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Pellet Grill Smoke Roasted Wings


  • Author: Robyn
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Ingredients

Preparation for smoke roasted wings is as simple as can be. I prepare mine with:

  • a dash of salt,
  • a dash of pepper
  • Garlic Mix: consists of 4 parts Kosher salt, 2 parts restaurant grind black pepper and 1 part granulated garlic.

Instructions

  • (30 minutes at 225 degrees)
  • (30-50 minuts at 350 – roast until internal temp is at least 165 degrees)

Get your pellet smoker running and up to 225°F. Use whatever flavor wood pellets you enjoy.

Load up your wings.  This is the smoking part. Your pellet grill will impart more smoke flavor at a lower temp.

Smoke these wings at 225° for about 30 minutes.

Take your pellet grill temperature up to 350°F for the roasting step.  This high temperature will crisp up the skin and render out the fat that’s in the wings.  This step will take 30-50 minutes.  I know that’s a wide gap but BBQ and grilling is more by temperature than time.  You will want to cook these wings until they have an internal temperature of at least 165°f.  Be sure you use a good instant read thermometer like a Themapen or thermopop from ThermoWorks!  I like to take my wings up to 170°-180°.  The added temp really helps give a nice texture to the skin.

As your wings start to approach your finish temperature be ready to take them off as they finish.  There’s a good chance some will finish before others due to their inconsistent size.

Place them in a pan and keep that covered in foil.

Once done you wings are ready to enjoy as is or dressed up with a multitude of sauces.  BBQ, teriyaki, Buffalo style and on and on. The only limit is your imagination.  Now go get yourself some wings and get that pellet grill started!

 


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