How to Cook Wood Fired Wings

Wanna cook some wood-fired wings? Trying to find the recipe for making Anthony’s Coal Fired Wings? I’ve got you covered. Today we’ll be cooking wood fired chicken wings using a combo of lump charcoal and wood chunks – I’ll show it to you all in video form on this site and give you a link to get the full recipe with detailed cooking instructions from our grilling site if you want to do this cook yourself.

As you’ll see in the vid, I’ll be making my wood fired wings in an Ooni Pro Pizza Oven, but you can use this recipe for any brick oven, kamado, or even your regular oven. Grab a beer and let’s cook wood fired chicken wings!

Wood Fired Chicken Wings

Wood Fired Wings Cooking Notes

For the full recipe that I used in the video along with detailed cooking instructions please visit my grilling site: LordoftheGrills.com

About this recipe: This recipe is a 3-step process

  1. The marinade (6-24 hours)
  2. Cooking the Wings (20-30 minutes)
  3. Making the caramelized onions. (20-30 minutes cooked at same time as wings)

Actually there is a 4th step – EATING the wings!!

Again for the full recipe with detailed cooking instructions visit my grilling site: LordoftheGrills.com


About the Products used:

I used Costco Party wings and the other spices & fresh ingredients noted in the recipe on this page: https://lordofthegrills.com/wood-fire…

Meanwhile, here are all the cooking products mentioned or shown in this vid


Wood Fired Wings – The Result

wood fired wings

The result: I felt pretty good about this cook – the process was easy, my family loved the flavor, and I believe I can repeat this cook again and again with ease.

If you try this cook, let me know how it turns out. As always, please remember, I’m just an Average Joe so if you have any tips to share, I’d love to hear them so I can learn too.

Cheers!


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