Grill Master Chicken Wings
This grilled wing recipe is always a hit! I grill them up before a party and keep them hot in a low oven. I always use Frank's RedHot sauce. It's got lots of flavor and isn't too spicy.
This grilled wing recipe is always a hit! I grill them up before a party and keep them hot in a low oven. I always use Frank's RedHot sauce. It's got lots of flavor and isn't too spicy.
We made these wings today for the NFC championship game. Perfect football food! It was pouring rain, so we baked them at 400 degrees for 45 minutes instead of grilling, and they were perfect. The soy sauce in the marinade caramelizes and makes these wings a gorgeous golden brown. They are mouthwatering-lick-the-bones-clean-and-fight-for-the-last wing good. Can't wait for the Super Bowl so that we can try them on the grill. Thanks PartyFilRead More
We made these wings today for the NFC championship game. Perfect football food! It was pouring rain, so we baked them at 400 degrees for 45 minutes instead of grilling, and they were perfect. The soy sauce in the marinade caramelizes and makes these wings a gorgeous golden brown. They are mouthwatering-lick-the-bones-clean-and-fight-for-the-last wing good. Can't wait for the Super Bowl so that we can try them on the grill. Thanks PartyFil
This is a great dish. It even surprised my wife. The only real change that I would make is -- NOTHING. Leave it alone. It is a nice and easy change from just chicken with a hot sauce on it. Sneaky mix. This cook is to be watched for other recipes that are this tasty and simple. Thanks for your recipe!
I tried these wings for the Super Bowl, and they were fantastic! I doubled the marinade I made 6 pounds of wings, and marinated for 24 hours, I grilled them over Kingsford hickory charcoal, for about 20 to 25 mins to get a nice crisp and a little char on them, then popped them in a 325 degree oven for about 20 mins since I used some large wings, then served half with my own garlic buffalo sauce, and half plain and they both were wonderful, great marinade, thanks for the recipe!
I usually bake my wings without the marinade and just serve tossed with Franks and melted butter, but it's worth it to try this marinade - very tasty and it makes a difference! And I had to laugh at the post that said they won't serve this too often due to "adding fat to an already fatty meat" Hahaha - THAT'S BC IT'S A BUFFALO WING!! It's a snack meant for serving while watching a football game - not as a formal entree. Some people and most all restaurants actually DEEP FRY them before adding the sauce and butter, so definitely not "health food." It's a good thing the author didn't mention that they are traditionally served with Bleu Cheese Dressing for dipping!!
Its 7 degrees here today, so I baked these in the oven for 45 minutes at 400 degrees. Served them with brown rice and a salad. Perfect! Will definately make these again.
so gooood! i used boneless chicken tenders and drummettes. they had a great flavor. even my kids ate them w/o the hot sauce of course. they still tasted good when they were cold. thanks for the recipe. will definately make again!
I am very critical of food usually, but these wings are AMAZING! When I marinated the chicken in the soy sauce and italian dressing, I also added chopped garlic and it was so good. Also, if you are cooking larger pieces of chicken, grill for a bit and then finish in the oven to avoid charring.
I've used this receipe several times and it's a definate keeper. Remember to use "Frank's Hot Sauce" I put that #%!@ on everything, and it's wonderful!!!
SO goood. Give this a try. The flavor is so great!
POSITIVELY YUMMY!!! I have been searching for a chicken wing recipe and this is the one. First of all it uses easy ingrediants and you can prep it ahead of time. I marinaded overnight and cooked in the afternoon. I flipped the plastic bag a few times last night and a few this morning. The second point is that you can cook them on the grill or in the oven depending on the weather/season. I cooked them per a previous recommendaton at 400 degrees for 40 minutes (lining pan with non stick foil). They browned beautifullyand looked just awesome. They were cooked just right. Make sure that wings are facing up. Third point is that they are delicious and the sauce gives it the perfect spice. The house smells great, too!! Thank you Grillmaster!!
First off thank you to whoever posted this recipe. These wings are incredible- I cook them for about 40 minutes on my Weber charcoal grill over indirect heat using lump charcoal (not Kingsford junk). After they come off the grill they sit in a large bowl with foil over them for about 10 minutes to make them fall off the bone tender. While these are foiling you'll want make up the sauce. Toss the wings/sauce in the same bowl used to foil and let sit for another 5 minutes and then throw back on the grill for 5-10 minutes and you're good to go. These never last longer than 15 minutes whenever theres a game on.
Really easy and really good. Replaced the hot sauce with honey (same measurements) for a sweet alternative to the hot. Worked great.
this is soo great! I also tried it on steaks and a roast beef. Perfect recipe and so versitile.
My husband went nuts for these. I didn't have any wings, so I used drummies, and cooked them at 425 for 40 minutes. After marinading, I didn't drain the marinade and pat the chicken like the recipe states. I cooked the drummies in the marinade then drained the pan and added the sauce mix. I also read the recipe incorrectly and only added italian dressing mix instead of actual Italian dressing to the soy sauce, and it still worked out great. These never even made it to the table, my husband ate them all standing over the pan. He loves wings and said these have the best flavor he's had. I only used a few table spoons of Frank's instead of 1/4 cup, but other than that I made exactly as written and they got rave reviews.
These are awesome Buffalo style wings. I served them with home made Buttermilk Blue Cheese dressing. There were none left, and everyone was licking their fingers. Cooks note: Don't discard the wing tips, throw them in a ziploc bag and freeze for the next batch of home made stock!
This has become the "only way" to make wings at our house! Very tasty! I prebake (@375) my wings after marinading to cook off some of the fat (about 20-25 minutes, turning half way through) before grilling. I've made the buffalo sauce to recipe as well as adding a 1/2 tsp. of garlic powder. We have also used this for barbeque wings or any other sauce. Thank you for sharing this recipe!
I was so surprised at how amazing these turned out. I will be making this for the rest of my life. We demolished them all!
These wings were amazing. I let them sit in freezer bags in marinade over night, and added a little red hot sauce to the Italian dressing and Soy Sauce. SO good... will definitely be making again!
I did not care for this recipe. Maybe I did something wrong? followed to a T. Way too salty, and I have never said that before
In a word, awesome! I couldn't resist tweaking just a bit - I added 1/4 cup of light brown sugar to the marinade and about 1/8 cup of Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce to the sauce...cooked as per directions. The brown sugar gave the wings a nice caramelized quality while only producing just a slight hint of sweet. When combined with the sauce, the result was really spectacular. Some of the best wings I've had, bar none.
I'm from Buffalo and these were the best wings I've ever had. I didn't change anything about the recipe. They were perfectly spicy (they didn't burn your mouth, but had a nice kick).
Pretty good. My husband would like them more spicy, and my daughter less spicy, but that's not the recipe's fault. I would hesitate to serve this too often because of the fat added to an already fatty cut of meat. Thanks!
Are you kidding me.........these were awesome!! I didn't even have Franks hot sauce at home, I had Tobascco sauce so I never got to do the second part of the recipe. If these wings taste better after using the Franks than from just from being marinated, I may have to make them weekly. My DH was lovin' them too!!!!
Would have given 5 stars, but I have never understood how anyone thinks butter on chicken wings makes them better.
Two thumbs up on this one! Substituted skinless chicken breast, low sodium soy sauce, light Italian dressing, cut the butter in half and after coating with sauce, put on a foil lined cookie sheet and broiled 5 minutes on each side. A little healthier but still full of flavor. I will make it again!
Excellent simple marainade! Great just off the bbq w/o the added buffalo sauce (5 stars for just this part)...Not as great with the buffalo sauce - pretty greasy. I'm going to try step 1 thru the bbq process...then toss into a crock wiith a bit of buffalo sauce -- or something with an asian flair -- to keep warm. The wings produced by the first part of the recipe are just too good to give up on!!
Grilled with charcoal and a bit of hickory. Excellent.
I made these in the oven....sooooooo good my whole family loved them! thanks for sharing a winner!
I marinated the wings for a day and a half. Based on other comments I basted the wings on the grill with the sauce after they were fully cooked (once on each side and one flip on the grill). I used a pre-made buffalo wing sauce instead of the hot sauce recommended and they were wonderful and really did need the sauce at the end.
These wings are just STUPID good! We all loved them! I marinated them overnight and the flavor was great! My advice is to use a charcoal grill if you can. I push all the coals to one side, creating a hot & cool zone. Get the widest spatula you can (think mini shovel). Constantly turning 30-50 chicken wings can get old FAST! I throw the wings onto the hot side of the grill for a little bit. Then shovel them back to the cool side. Place lid on grill & let them cook indirectly for a while. Repeat this process..eventually the wings will be perfectly browned & crispy!
These were perfect! I only put the hot sauce on half so that people that did not like spicy could have some. Great either way!
Excellent chicken. I used light soya sauce as I like a lighter taste. After marinading over night....I cooked the chicken in the oven in the marinade @ 400 for an hour then I grilled it on the bbq. untill crispy and added the final sauce. My family loved it and because it was cooked in the oven in the marinade the chicken fell off the bone. Thanks for the yummy recipe
For just two items in the marinade, they were fantastic. Cooked them in the oven and they turned out great! Used Franks Extra Hot Sauce in the sauce. Many compliments.
a nice change in taste from your traditional wing...we don't think we will even use the butter sauce next time because the marinade was more than delicious!
I've been wanting a deep fryer for a long time now just so I could make some good wings. With this recipe I no longer feel the need. I've made it twice now and it is spectacular. The second time around I only made a minor change and that was using slightly less soy sauce. I'm a salt fan, but I found that the extra teaspoon in the sauce was unnecessary. It could be because I use the high test soy sauce. Also, I used frozen, pre-cut wings simply to save time. But, either way, both attempts came out great. These are easily the best tasting wings I've ever had. Thanks PartyFil-Grillmaster for sharing this recipe.
pretty tasty.I found the sauce made the wings a little soggy.I think a very quick kiss back on the que would have helped that.
Follow the recipe exactly and you can't go wrong! I did cook them at 400 degrees for 45min since it's winter here though. They were still excellent!
Dont touch a thing.... This recipe is perfect ... Nice way to avoid breaking out the Deep Fryer. the only thing i did do is make a little extra sauce to toss the wings in other than that this is GOLD
After reading all the reviews about this recipe, I must admit I wasn't that impressed. I followed the recipe almost to a T..only changes made were in the time I marinated the chicken (about 6 hours). Flavor wise they were OK..nothing spectacular.
Bake at 400 for 50 minutes. I use a large baking pan with a grill that fits inside and I flip them half way. If you do this they will be somewhat crispy on both sides and you won’t even need the hot sauce, trust me.... Perfect
Excellent recipe! Made these for an appetizer at a bbq... Marinated the wings for 36 plus hours... Yum! After grilling I decided to do a 60/40 split of saucing... 60% sauced with the "Buffalo" and 40% unsauced... They were both a big hit! Who knew that some people don't like buffalo wings as much as we do? The flavors of both versions are outstanding! Have made this a least 4 times now, always leaving at least a few unsauced. Fantastic change from the standard buffalo wings, an unexpected pleasure!!! Thanks for the post!!!
I thought these were very good even without sauce. Because of personal tastes, I made two sauces for these. The one exactly as directed and one the same except for switching out honey for the Frank's. And they are great without sauce too. Perfect footballl food. Oh, and I baked at 400 for 45 minutes, turning once.
These got RAVE reviews at my superbowl party! What a great recipe! The only thing I added was a bit of cayanne pepper to spice up. I put the wings on the smoker for about 20 minutes (at 375 degrees with Cherry wood), then covered with sauce and placed in oven at 375 degrees for about 10 minutes. I covered in sauce again before serving. I made a batch of honey garlic wings which didn't have the marinade and they weren't even close in amount of flavor! Thanks PartyFil-Grillmaster, this is a definite keeper.
Simple, easy and delicious!
have made these 2x now......LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these! Thank you for sharing!
Great recipe, loved it!!!
wow these were terrific! not too spicy I love spicy it doesn't love me! Hubby liked them but even though he denied, they could have been ramped up for him. Also with 9 in of snow on the ground I did cook them in the oven, and following oven reviews, baked them, didn't wipe off marinade and then set them to broil for a couple of mins to get the "char" love them love them
Ok, this was really good according to the wing connoisseurs. I should have read the directions before offering to make this for the Rose Bowl party (love you Badgers!). Why? Well, revving up the outdoor grill the month of Jan in Wisconsin is DESPERATE :) Oh well, the guys NEVER complained and ate every single wing. I used FRANKS RED HOT BUFFALO WING sauce (regular heat) as recommended by other reviewers. I made NO changes. I would definitely make this again but next time...a football game before it's below zero.
AWESOME!! The family loved, even the kids were eating them! My nephew said it was the best wings he had ever had!! Definteley a keeper and followed recipe exactly, except only marinated for about 7 hours!!
We had a grill out and made 4 different flavors of wings...everyone loved these the best!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!
Delish!! I made these tonight to go with a BBQ dinner; didn't put the pepper sauce on them because kids were dining with us, and the marinated wings were just as good as the ones we dipped into the hot sauce! The only change I made was baking them on a rack above a drip pan at 425 degrees for 40 minutes to free up grill space. Thanks for a keeper!
I made this with chicken thighs and it was great. I just used the sauce as a dipping sauce, cause some didn't want any on theirs but it still tasted great. Simple recipe but tasted great.
According to my son, I'm now the "Best Chicken Wing Cooker, EVER," thanks to this recipe. We used 5lbs of wings and there wasn't a single one left! Everyone enjoyed them. We didn't toss them in the sauce, but left it out for those who wanted it to drizzle over their own wings. And we used Franks BBQ Wing Sauce for it rather than hot pepper sauce b/c there were kids eating it. We did cook them in an oven and while they turned out GREAT, I'd love to try them on a grill. THANK YOU!
Best wings I've ever had...LOVE THEM! Thanks for th recipe.
Awesome!!! No changes at all!
Everyone raved about these wings! Easy to prepare and grill.
These wings are AWESOME! Threw 6 wings in 2 ziplock bags, and squished out as much air and laid it flat in the fridge. Flipped as often as I remembered, around 4-5 times. Cooked 2 batches and found that the second batch - we cooked it longer, and the first marinade carmelized and crusted on the wings, then the second coating was another level of flavor. Served with some ranch dressing, but these wings could easily stand on their own. Awesome!!!
Excellent sauce but next time I am going to fried to chickens.
These are amazing, my husband had his doubts but was blown away. Note, don't use Franks Chicken wing sauce, like we did,it is 2 1/2 times saltier than regular Franks, which we didn't realize. But they were still amazing, a keeper for sure, as is. Thank you.
Wonderful!!! I LOVE wings and am so glad I can make them at home and them turn out to be as tasty as a restaurant. I followed recipe to a "T" but only was able to let them sit in marinade for 4-5 hours. (I would have liked to have them sit over night.) I also put them in the oven because it's about 30 degrees outside and I didn't want the wings bad enough to freeze while making them on the grill lol. The only thing I DIDN'T do was pat the wings dry after taking out of the marinade. I will do next time because it caused the wings to get a little crisp where the marinade stuck to the cookie sheet I had them on, in the oven. Husband and guests were VERY pleased with them and I WILL make them many times in the future.
Absolutely delish! I marinaded my chicken wings for 2 hrs and baked them for 40 mins at 400 degrees. I only used 2 tbsp of butter, but it honestly didn't need it. I also used franks hot buffalo sauce and it was perfect. Will make again!
This is truly a delicious recipe, though I made my own additions: added about 1 T of garlic powder to the hot sauce as well as about 2-3 T of honey. Came out FABO!!
I have made these a few times now and everyone loves them. Did not change a thing. Marinade the night before leaving for a comping trip and grilled a few days later. Made these for my mom and step-dad who do not like anything hot and they loved them. Great chicken wings just the right amount of heat.
These were delicious. I live in an apartment, so I don't have a grill. I used a grill rack and baked them for 45 minutes at 425. They were definitely cooked, but when I make them again I'll cook them slower for a couple of hours. It was taking too long to properly caramelize them in the oven, so we just ate them. They were delicious, and I would make this again.
I baked the wings for 30 minutes in a 350 degree oven after removing from the marinade and before placing on the grill. This expedited the grilling time to under ten minutes with excellent results.
These were great!!! Made a double batch these wings for our SuperBowl party. We tasted the wings after grilling and the taste from the marinade was so good we decided to put sauce on only half of them and to serve the other half as is. The only thing that I changed was that I didn't pat them completely dry before grilling them. Left some of the marinade on them.
Fantastic! We grilled on a gas grill. Couldn't stop eating them!
The wings were awesome! As it was storming when I made these I put them in the oven at 400 degrees for about 35-40 minutes as a couple of reviewers suggested. I couldn't find Frank's sauce so used my favorite, Sriracha chili sauce, which is the wonderful hot sauce used in Chinese cooking. In the interest of cholesterol management I did some substituting and used only one tablespoon of butter and 3 of Smart Balance, olive oil variety. Even with the substitution I think the sauce had a really nice texture and consistency.
Cant have a Superbowl Party without wings and this super easy recipe takes it up a notch - excellent wings!
First off, let me say that I cooked the chicken too long. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts and cut them into smallish tenders. Browned them in a hot skillet on the stove then added them along with the sauce to a baking dish, covered it with foil and kept warm in the oven at 200 degrees. Even with the marinade they were a tad dry and a bit tough. But that was my fault, I need to prepare them better next time. I really want to comment on the sauce. It was excellent! Both hubby and I really enjoyed the taste and as a matter of fact, this Texas girl just found a new favorite hot sauce in Frank's Red Hot from New Jersey!! Who knew? lol!!! Spicy and tasty but not burning hot. Thanks Grillmaster!
I made these for dinner last night and just had some for lunch today...these are some of the best hot wings! My husband had seconds for dinner last night and that is always a compliment! At the last minute I decided to bake mine in the oven. I looked at other reviewers and they suggested 400 F for 45 minutes and they came out so good. I stuck to the recipe, which is so simple, and I will definitely be making these again and for company too. Thanks for the recipe!
It wasn't bad, but I guess we just prefer the traditional buffalo wings. We probably won't be making this again.
My teenage boys loooooved this! Thanks so much for the recipe. :)
Turned out really good but not very spice. Next time I make it I will be adding more hot pepper sauce.
Just love this recipe. Use it on boneless tenderloin chicken. Thanks for sharing:)
These are so good. Everyone loves them
The reviews are correct, these wings are amazing!!! I followed the recipe to a T the first time, but now, I omit the butter part and just toss the wings in Frank's Buffalo wing sauce after I take them off the grill. They are fantastic!
We are loving these wings! Added a couple minced cloves of garlic to the marinade. I fail at grilling raw, on the bone chicken so I baked them in the oven at 375 degrees for just over 20 minutes before I put them on the flame for the good grilled taste. Five Stars!
WOW! Best wings ever! Since we don't like hot, I used mild wing sauce in place of the hot pepper sauce - other than that followed to a T. This is the only way we will eat wings from now on! Delicious!
I LOVE CHICKEN WINGS...and thought I would try this recipe. I usually make my wings by either grilling or deep frying, adding the hot sauce & butter. But this marinade just adds a nice flavor! Really liked them. Will make again...and followed the recipe just as it is.
Excellent, I will definately make them again.
So easy - and made easier in the slow cooker. I threw frozen wings in at noon on high along with the sauces. I added a bit of sugar as it had a teriyaki taste that needed a bit of sweetening (Splenda works, too). They were crisped up in the oven but would be awesome on the BBQ. I didn't use the dipping sauce. These were really tasty and easy.
OMG! 5-lb wings on sale for $5.00 and while looking for new & different recipes, came across this one. Lucky us :) These are one of the most delicious wings we've ever BBQ'd!! ONLY change, cut the soy sauce in half for the marinating part due to the salt factor and left in bag all day. The marination time is important (at least 5 hours) and "babysat" them on the grill, turning often...WOW!! Thanks PartyFil..THE Grillmaster :)
I've always been intimidated by wings because my husband loves them so much I never wanted to try to make them. But this recipe he is crazy over. Loves them!!! This comes up in our summer rotation often!
made this for the last bbq. it is super easy for an amature like me. and the greatest compliment is my family finished them :-D although a few n me felt its a bit salty. next time i will add 1/4 cup of water. and i did poked all the wings with fork
These were great! I halved the recipe for 1.5 pounds of wings, marinated them in mojo and soy sauce for 30 minutes, cooked them in a 9x9 glass dish uncovered for 60 minutes at 400 degrees in the marinade, rearranged them halfway through, brought them out and added the wing sauce to the whole thing. Mmmm so yummy! Just the right amount of hotness!
These are a big hit in my family. I make them all the time now. You must,must try them. So easy to make too!
Wow, I looked at the ingredients and was a little concerned but went ahead based on reviews. So glad I did my entire family loved and requests this in the future. Thanks
Delicious and fast and simple. Will def be making again and again. I did put them in the oven, since chicago has been raining... :( but still great. 30min, flip and continue for 20min at 350.
A sure fire winner. Easy, grilled insteaded of fried, easily adjustable on heat flavor, the perfect wing recipe.
Everyone devoured these!!! So good! I baked them in the oven until crispy.
Excellent wing recipe. For people worried about over charring just grill these indirect medium and then there's no need to finish in the oven. If you have a charcoal grill just pile coals to one side and put meat on the other. Gas grills just leave the middle burner off.Huge hit and worth a try if you are skeptical.
This has turned into one of my family favorites! And easy to make!!!!
Great! But you MUST use a good hot sauce, not Crystal, as it does not have enough heat to come through.
Great!!! I won't share this receipe. I tell everyone it is a secret!!! Making them tonight using boneless frsh chicken stips instead of wings.
I wanted a quick and easy recipe for doing wings on the grill and came upon this one. Boy did I strike it rich! Not only is this a great wing recipe but have since used the same when preparing bone in breasts and thighs. Just adjust the amount of hot sauce to taste. This one is a keeper.
These were excellent and easy to prepare. Instead of chicken wings, I used chicken drumsticks to feed a crowd. Got many compliments on the sauce -- I used Frank's hot sauce as recommended with a few dashes of Trader Joe's jalapeno pepper hot sauce. You will not be disappointed if you make this recipe.