First time chicken wings

Discussion in 'Poultry' started by greenbomber, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. Well today was my first time ever using a smoker. I recently recieved a wsm for my birthday and couldnt be happier. After some internet browsing i finally lit up the smoker and threw a few chunks of apple wood on and came out with some awesome wings.

    The cook started around 1:30. I got the fire started and started making my own rub. By 2 the wings were on the smoker and the temp held steady around 210 to 230. I checked the temp oftenand never had an issue. After a few beers and 2hrs the wings were done according to the recipe i followed i then threw them on the grill fora few minutes on both sides. Mixed in with a glaze i read about and they were ready to eat. I couldnt believe the quality of the wings. I am really happy with the flavor and the fact they are not deepfried.
     
  2. adiochiro3

    adiochiro3 OTBS Member

    [​IMG]  to the SMF!  Glad to have you aboard.  Please head on over to Roll Call and introduce yourself so we can all give you a proper welcome.

    Do you have any pix of your smoke?
     
  3. smokinal

    smokinal Staff Member Moderator OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Sure would like to see some photo's of the wings!

    On your way over to roll call, would you update your profile info to include your location. Thanks!
     
  4. jrod62

    jrod62 Group Lead OTBS Member

    :welcome1:
    rule #1 around here is u have to take pictures of all the great food you smoke :biggrin:
     
  5. Hello and welcome to SMF! 

    and for the wings, pics are wanted!
     
  6. [​IMG]  and Do , go by the Roll Call section and tell us who and where you are ( or the vicinity)  so we can help you better in difficult situations.

    Give us some Q-view of your equipment and the area you cook in... ( I know , we sound nosey , Huh?) ; all in good fun , we will likely become acquainted or better yet , Friends [​IMG]

    [​IMG], Bomber and ...
     
  7. Well I don't have any pictures from my first official smoke but here are two pictures from my smoke last night and tonight.  I am going away for the weekend and as always eat good when I do.  I originally was only going to smoke one batch of wings but due to the amount of people I decided today during work that I needed to double the dosage of appetizer wings.  The first batch was made with a spicier rub while the second was a bit more mild.  Not sure what I am going to do for sauces yet but am definitely looking to make two different dipping sauces.

    I did struggle a bit with my second smoke (the first picture) in the smoker bringing it up to temp.  I am sort of glad this happened tho because I would love to make some jerky and think I have been able to find a way to keep my temps low.  The third smoke (second picture) I had no problems and was able to keep the temps where they needed to be.  Both batches came out great as I tasted them once done.  Can't wait for reactions this weekend.

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    (apple wood smoke 2)

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    (Apple and hickory smoke #3)

    I so far am having a great time with the WSM and can definitely see wings as a staple in my recipe book.  They are relatively quick and easy.  Can't wait till my next smoke.  Waiting to catch some fresh fish in the spring to really get creative.  Till then I am sure I will branch out a bit.......any suggestions?
     
  8. Them things look great!!!
     
  9. Awesome looking wings! Smoked wings is our favorite. I do wings every weekend.
     
  10. making me hungry .........great  job
     
  11. sprky

    sprky OTBS Member

    [​IMG]  NIce job on them wings
     
  12. looking good what was the rub you used?  and [​IMG]
     

  13. Me too? What rub?
     

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