Game Day Recipes: Week 1 - Wild Fire Wings

College football fans rejoice! The game that we love has returned. After an off season of scandal and turmoil, we finally get some on the field action to talk about. The dawn of the 2011 season also marks the beginning of a new series on The "Q" Review; Game Day Recipes. Our week 1 recipe features one of the ultimate football foods, wings. Our wings are grilled, using much less oil than conventional fried wings, and tossed in Big Dave's Wild Fire Sauce.
I started with four pounds of  thawed chicken wings (about 3 dozen).
Drizzle the wings with a couple table spoons of olive oil. Season them liberally with a good all purpose seasoning blend. I used Bone Suckin's Original Rub.
Spread the wings out on a clean, pre-heated grill. Be sure to set the gauge to medium-low. Cooking the wings on high heat will prematurely char the skin.
After 20-25 minutes, the wings should be cooked through and the skin should be crisp.
Toss the wings in a 1/2 cup of your favorite sauce. If you can get your hands on a bottle, I highly recommend Big Dave's Wild Fire Sauce. It's a perfect blend of sweet BBQ and hot buffalo sauces.

No food says football quite like wings. They're spicy, portable and delicious. Though done on the grill, these are every bit as good as the fried wings you get from your local bar and grill. They're also a whole lot cheaper. A typical wing joint will charge close to 75 cents per wing. If you include the cost of a quality bottle of sauce, these homemade wings will only cost you about 30 cents each. Fire up the grill and enjoy.

3 Response to "Game Day Recipes: Week 1 - Wild Fire Wings"

  1. Anonymous says:

    I will try these for sure.

    Looks so attractive! Love to try it so much!

    Rebecca says:

    The buffalo wings are delicious and a good value for the price of ten dollars.

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