Chicken Wings… One of my favorite food items that my husband smokes on his Traeger Grill. It is a fairly easy process, only takes a few hours, and renders the most mouth-watering wings you’ll ever eat! I am going to share with you below how he smokes/cooks his so you can try it out for yourself and see what the hype is all about!
So without further to do, Let’s dig in!
Step 1: Gather Ingredients
This recipe is easy as it only requires two ingredients…chicken wings and Meat Church “Holy Voodoo” seasoning. Of course, you can use your own seasoning, but this is what we prefer!
Step 2: Unpack and Season Wings
Unpack each wing onto a cookie sheet and generously coat them with the Meat Church “Holy Voodoo” seasoning. Making sure to get both sides, top and bottom. (Optional: For extra crispiness place in refrigerator overnight to dry out the skin the day before you plan to cook).
Step 3: Place in Grill
Place your wings into your Traeger Grill (or other smoker) evenly spaced out so they can cook throughly. If you have a smaller grill, or are grilling a large batch (like we did here for our neighborhood hangout) try to evenly space them as much as possible with the limited space you have. It doesn’t have to be perfect!
Step 4: Smoke for 1 Hour
Once loaded up into the grill, you will want to smoke (165-185 degrees) the wings for one hour first before cranking up the heat. This step helps give the wings an additional layer of flavor you wouldn’t normally get on a regular grill.
Step 5: Cook at 300 for 1 Hour
After 1 hour of smoking is done, crank up the heat to 300 degrees and cook for an hour.
Step 6: Flip and Cook at 300 for Another Hour
After cooking at 300 for an hour, gently using tongs, flip each wing over trying not to detach the skin from the meat of the wing. This can be harder is you have a packed grill like we did here.
Step 7: Enjoy!
After that second hour of cooking is up, you can now take your wings off the grill and enjoy!
I love this recipe because it is just so simple and easy to do! We always get compliments on these wings whenever we cook them for friends and family. If you have Instagram and want to follow my Husband for more of his amazing cooks, his handle is @BBQwithShu he would love for you to follow along! Of course, I will try to add his cooks here on my blog when I can too!
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