How To Make BBQ Chicken Wings – Honey Bourbon BBQ Grilled Wing Recipe

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The Wolfe Pit shows you how to make BBQ Grilled Chicken Wings with a Honey Bourbon Barbecue Sauce. Perfect appetizer recipe.

Print Recipe – http://wolfepit.blogspot.com/2015/04/honey-bourbon-bbq-chicken-wings.html

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47 replies
  1. texasb01
    texasb01 says:

    I love your videos! I'm definitely going to try these tomorrow.. I've made your bbq drumsticks with Applewood smoke and it came out delicious. Keep up the good work !

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  2. StormLaker1975
    StormLaker1975 says:

    Looks great! I just happen to have enough bourbon in my cabinet to make this. I'm smoking up 8lbs of wings on my Weber for me and my coworkers for our Christmas potluck on Tuesday. Kinda doing a half and half. The other 4 lbs are going to be the traditional wing sauce made with Frank's. I needed another one that wasn't packing heat for those who may not like heat.

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  3. Coconutty
    Coconutty says:

    Could I leave the wings marinated in the sauce over night? Then take them out the next day grill them and re apply the marinade after the first 20 mins, like in the video?

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  4. Mike Veliz
    Mike Veliz says:

    Ive worked at wingstop for more than 5 plus years and the best way to cook wings is by deep frying them the crispy skin soaks in all the flavor and gives it extra texture.

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