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Vortex Grilled Chicken Wings | Chicken Wings Grilled On Weber Kettle with Vortex

Vortex Grilled Wings | Spicy Grilled Chicken Wings with the Vortex For more barbecue and grilling recipes visit: If you’re a fan of grilled wings and you’ve never heard of a Charcoal Vortex, then you really need to check this out. The Vortex will change your wing game. It creates a two zone, high heat grill that perfectly cooks wings every time. The skin is crispy and the meat is juicy and tender, plus you can add a piece of wood directly over the vortex for even more flavor. In this recipe I season a family pack of whole chicken wings with Swine Life – Mississippi Grind rub. Let the wings air dry for 20-30 minutes while the coals get blazing hot. The vortex increases the heat in the kettle grill and forces it around the chicken wings without burning the outside. The result is a perfectly cooked wing. It takes about 30 minutes to fully cook these wings and I flip them half way through for even cooking. I always use my Thermapen - to verify the internal temp. I'm shooting for 165 - but with these whole wings you can take them up to 170-175 without loosing much moisture. While the wings are on the grill melt 1 stick of butter over medium heat in a small sauce pan; add 1 bottle of your favorite Hot Sauce along with ¼ cup of Killer Hogs Vinegar Sauce and reduce the heat to a simmer until the wings are ready. Place the wings in a large bowl and toss in the sauce (it’s easier to work in small batches). I serve them with a creamy ranch dressing along with plenty of celery and carrot sticks to soak up some of the heat. For Killer Hogs BBQ Sauce, Rub and Competition BBQ equipment, visit:
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