Tequila Lime Wings

Take a Shot then Grab a Wing!

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Wings & brats ready to be eaten!

Wings & brats ready to be eaten!


Sometimes our food needs to have a little alcohol in it...
 

As a major college football fan, I know all too well  that our favorite teams have given us huge highs & depressing lows at this point in the season. From winning the big game too almost losing the easy one, this is the moment in the season that we could all use a shot.
 

But instead of breaking out the alcohol, why not just add it to what we have on the grill?
 

Introducing my new Tequila Lime Wings recipe! Cook these bad boys over some hot Cowboy Charcoal and you will be able to enjoy next Saturday whether your team wins or loses.
 

Because in the end, good food and great drinks make us all winners!


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The finished product!

The finished product!


Cooking Details

Yields: 1-2 Servings
Cook: 1 hour
Prep: 25 minutes


 

Tequila Lime Wings Ingredients
 

  • 1lbs of Wingettes
  • 1/4 cup of tequila
  • 2 tbsp agave nectar
  • 1 tbsp ancho chili powder
  • 1 tbsp chili flakes
  • 1 tbsp cummin
  • 2 fresh limes (juiced)
  • Salt & Pepper (Season to preference)

 

Instructions
 

  • In a plastic bag, mix tequila, agave nectar, ancho chili powder, chili flakes, cummin, salt, pepper and lime juice. Add wings to bag and mix thoroughly. Place in refrigerator for 4-6 hours.
  • Using some Cowboy Hardwood Lump Charcoal, light fire and let burn for 15-20 minutes. Add 3-4 pieces of apple wood to the top of the fire every 30 minutes for added flavor.
  • When grills reach medium heat, rake coals to one side of grilling area and place wings on opposite side. (Optional) Do not throw away tequila lime brine.
  • Grill wings for 20-25 minutes flipping around the 10-12 minute mark. Wings are ready when internal temperature is at 165F.
  • (Optional) In a separate pan, pour in tequila lime brine and let simmer over fire for 10 minutes. Toss wings in brine, serve & enjoy!

 


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