Sriracha Chicken Wings

PUBLISHED ON: 01.07.2010

I discovered this wonderful recipe for chicken wings while perusing, as I often do, Chris’s Nibble Me This If you are looking for a great chicken wing recipe, then you need not go any further. This is a perfect party food, that is so tasty and delicious that you should be prepared to make a double batch. These wings will disappear fast. We recently made a large batch of these wings to enjoy with friends while watching the Florida Gators vs. The Cincinnatti Bear Cats go helmet to helmet in the Sugar Bowl. Go Gators!

Sriracha Chicken Wings
Recipe from Nibble Me this

12 each of chicken wingettes, and drumettes
2-3 tablespoons of a good seasoning rub (I used Emeril’s Essence) Chris uses his Poultry Perfect Rub
1 cup Apricot-Pineapple Preserves
1 ounce brown sugar
1 ounce honey
1 ounce sriracha sauce (easily found in the Asian section of your grocery store)
1 tablespoon finely diced green onion

Season drumettes and wingettes with the poultry rub.

The “cooking part” is easy. You’re using a 30-20-10 method for fire roasting wings. Indirect heat set up on a grill cooking at 350-375 degrees F. Cook at 30 minutes, flip the chicken. Cook 20 more minutes.

While the wings are cooking, mix the preserves, sugar, honey, green onion and sriracha sauce over medium heat until blended. Remove the chicken from the grill and toss into sauce. Return the chicken back to the grill and cook 10 more minutes until it crisps.


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