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Grilled BBQ Wings is one of my husbands favorite foods!!! Attempting to do them at home has always made me too nervous to try, but I am so excited that I made these. His eating wings at the restaurants adds up fast and gets to be very expensive!! This combination was a hit with the kids as well, they loved how they were not at all spicy like the ones he will typically get at the restaurants.
I was still slightly clueless after surfing Pinterest I was overwhelmed how many complicated spice combinations that are in some of the recipes, when I just wanted something basic. I called a friend and I was really surprised when she suggested soy sauce to marinate the wings right before throwing on the bbq then the BBQ sauce after they had cooked. I trust her opinion so we gave it a go and my husband found these wingettes at Walmart for us to use. I have to say I am in love with the wingettes they are like the wings you get at a restaurant and were so easy to cook with!!
We threw all the wings in a Ziploc bag with some soy sauce to coat them while I got the grill ready. The prep was less then 10 minutes and most of it was waiting for the BBQ to reach a cooking heat. The wings took about 10 minutes to cook and then a couple minutes to let the sauce caramelize on the wings. My husband is already begging for me to make these again!!
Grilled BBQ Wings 3 Ingredient Recipe:
- Soy Sauce
- KC Master Piece Original BBQ Sauce
- 1 Pour soy sauce into a gallon ziploc bag and put your wingettes in the bag and mix it around to cover it. Leave them sit while you get the grill ready.
- 2 Spray your grill with non stick spray and fire it up. Watch for your grill to warm mine hit 300 fairly quickly
- 3 Use tongs to pull the wingettes out of the bag. I shock them in the bag to get excess soy sauce off the wings and place on the grill.
- 4 Let them cook about 8-10 minutes and flip them. The will turn slightly golden even with the soy sauce.
- 5 While the other side is browning grab a brush and put your bbq sauce in a bowl or container.
- 6 Once your wings are browned coat both sides in bbq sauce heavily with your brush and let them sit on the grill for a couple minutes to allow the sauce to almost carmelize. You won't want to leave them there to long or the sauce will blacken. I flipped mine to make sure both sides had the chance to thicken.
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