Crispy Chicken Wings & a Grilled Paloma Cocktail
Football season is here again and what better way to usher in game day than with some tasty, crispy wings and a good grilled cocktail??? Our friend, Grill Girl Robyn joined us this week to show us how to make these incredible wings and one heck of a tasty cocktail. 21 and up please! The spicy wings are backed up with a kick of sweetness from the rub, the honey, and the cocktail just had everybody wanting more. Check out the video and see how Captain Ron was temporarily tied up while Robyn prepared the wings…. literally!
- Fill your grill with FOGO Premium Charcoal and prepare it for indirect grilling at 375°.
- Using the shears, carefully separate the wings into 3 sections, the flat, the drum and the tip. Dispose of the tips or save them to make stock.
- Spray the wings with Duck Fat Spray to coat.
- Sprinkle the wings with the baking powder, then coat lightly with the rub.
- Place the wings on the grill around the outside of the grate, making sure that they are still over the deflector.
- Cook the wings for 45 minutes. Combine all of the sauce ingredients into the pan and add the saucepan to the center of the grill for the last 15 minutes.
- When the wings are done, place them in a large bowl and pour the sauce over them and toss to coat.
- Fill your grill with FOGO Premium Charcoal and prepare the grill for direct grilling over medium high heat.
- Dip the cut side of the grapefruits into the rub and place them face down on the hot grates. Continue to cook until the face of the grapefruits have charred grill marks.
- Allow the grapefruit to chill for a bit, then juice them.
- Place a few ice cubes in your cocktail glasses. Add half of the tequila to each glass.
- Add the juice from one entire grapefruit to each glass. Next, add soda water, 1 TBSP honey, (or to taste) and use the rosemary as a swizzle stick to stir in the honey.
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