Asian Inspired Wings
Prep Time: 45 - 50 minutes
- 1 lb. chicken wings (disjointed)
- 8 oz. Jar Sambal Chili Sauce (found in the Asian food isle)
- 2 whole limes
- 2 tbsp. raosted minced garlic
- 8 oz. favorite wing sauce (Texas Pete Wing sauce is recommended)
- 2 tbsp. butter melted
- Asian Five Spice or your favorite spice rub
- sugar or honey if too spicy
Wash wings and pat dry. If not cut apart wings into sections. Take the Asian Five Spice and dust the wings generously put in zip lock bag and let sit for 15-20 minutes then add 6 oz. of wing sauce to the wings in the zip lock bag and let sit for about for at least 30 minutes.
Asian Wing Sauce
Now mix the entire 8 oz. jar of Sambal, 2 tbsp. roasted garlic (may need a little more for your taste), 2 oz. of the wing sauce and squeeze one lime into your mixing bowl mix together in a microwaveable dish. Added 2 tbsp. of butter and heat covered for 30-45 seconds. Add salt and pepper to taste. Optional add a couple of table spoons of honey to balance and tone down the heat if you think it is too spicy.
Prepare the grill for direct grilling of the wings. After getting a good char on the wings check temp should be about 160°F. Start to baste the wings with the Asian Wing sauce! Adding layers of the sauce every few minutes until the wings temp 180°F or more. Pull off the grill, baste one more time and let rest. They are ready to eat.
Recipe from County Line Smokers.