Wicked Wings

GrillGrates grill great wings. Go for longer grills at lower temps. Set up your tailgate and tend to the wings every 5-10 minutes. Drink your first couple of beers and when you are ready to settle down you’ll have great grilled wings to compliment your next few beers. Great for TAILGATING! Wings can be pre-seasoned in a big ziploc and ready for the grill the moment you have the grill set up and warmed up to LOW.
Grilled Wicked Wings

Wicked Wings

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January 15, 2016

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 1 hr
  • Yields: Serves 6
Grilled Wicked Wings


48 chicken wings, with tips removed

Your favorite wing sauce OR make your own glaze

salt and pepper


4 tbsp ketchup

2 tsp honey

2 tsp chili powder

3 tbsp soy sauce

2 cloves fresh garlic minced or pressed

1 tbsp melted butter

1 tsp prepared spicy mustard

1 tsp red pepper flakes

1-2 tsp Frank's original red hot sauce


1Salt and pepper each wing to taste.


1Add Glaze ingredients (ketchup, honey, chili powder, soy sauce, fresh garlic, butter, spicy mustard, red pepper flakes, and hot sauce) to bowl

2Whisk together

3Generously glaze the chicken wings


1Place chicken wings on preheated GrillGrates on Low/Medium low heat, with the lid down. For charcoal, preheat your GrillGrates after the red hot peak, gray coals only (takes 8-10 minutes) with the lid closed.

2Grill glazed wings for 45-60 minutes total on low heat with the lid down -- the longer the better! Use the GrateTool to turn wings often. Turn and rotate every 5 minutes or so to help get the skin crispy.

3When using just seasoning like Old Bay - aim for a minimum of an hour and low - then apply sauce for final 15 minutes.

Wicked Wings Version #2

1You will need: Chicken Wings, Old Bay, and your favorite wing sauce.

2Place thawed wings in ziploc bag.

3Season and shake!

4Paint or pour your favorite BBQ sauce at the end turning once and re-apply.