How to Prevent Burning of Chicken Wings on the Grill?

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Serve them with a creamy dipping sauce and some crisp celery and carrot sticks, and you have the perfect game day snack: chicken wings.

Chicken wings are quite adaptable in the kitchen. You can them baked. But, Chicken wings grilled on the grill are ideal for cool autumn evenings.

Incorrect grilling can be a chicken wing's worst enemy. Finesse is needed to avoid scorched, burned meat. However, that begs the question: how?

For perfectly cooked wings, have a "cool and hot side of the grill." The hot zone should be between 350 and 400 degrees Fahrenheit, while the cool zone should be unlit.

Cover the wings in vegetable oil, salt, and pepper before you throw them on the grill. Oiling the chicken before grilling it helps it from sticking.

The wings should be grilled for 15 minutes per side on the cool side of the grill with the lid closed. Once the chicken has cooked evenly, place the wings on the grill's hottest side.

Cover the wings with foil and cook them for 10–12 minutes. To achieve even browning, turn the wings over every 2–3 minutes.

When done, transfer the wings to a bowl and combine with your preferred dipping sauce. Further, the covering for the wings can be anything at all.

BBQ sauce, Nashville spicy sauce, or Vietnamese-style wings go great with grilled wings. Whatever sauce you use, as long as the wings are ideally grilled, you're set.

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