Hawaiian Hot Wings On A Weber Grill

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For this recipe we are giving these wings a taste of the islands and a kick of the volcano. We combine our Tiki Tiki Rub with some bacon grease, marinate the wings, grill them, and toss with butter and fire honey.

Hawaiian Hot Wings On A Weber Grill

Chef Jason, Ace's Grilling Expert, has cooked up this recipe on the Weber and is ready for you to give it a try.

Yield: Serves 10-12
Prep time: 10 Minutes
Cook time: 20-25 minutes


Measure   Ingredient                                                     Prep Notes      
2 Pounds      Chicken Wings, Jumbo                         Drums and Flaps
4 tbsp           Bacon Up, Bacon Grease                                        
4-6 tbsp        Tiki Tiki Rub, 5280 Culinary                or season to Taste
½ Cup           Fire Honey, 5280 Culinary        
½ Stick         Butter, Salted                                              cut into cubes                            


Cooking Directions:

  • Season wings with melted Bacon-Up and Tiki Tiki Rub – allow to sit for 5-10 minutes
  • Load Weber Crafted Sear Grate (meat side facing up) into your grill and heat to 450˚ F
  • Arrange the wings on the grill grate – close the lid
  • Cook the wings on the first side for 5 minutes
  • Turn the wings and cook on the second side for 5 minutes
  • Turn the grill to HIGH heat (500˚ F)
  • Cook the wings on both sides again to produce a crispy skin
  • Cook the wings to 165 degrees internal temperature
    • Use thermometer to check doneness
  • Remove from the grill, Place into a medium sized mixing bowl and drizzle with fire honey and add the butter
  • Toss well to combine and until butter has melted and glazed the wings
  • ** Add fresh chopped parsley for a nice granish
  • Remove from the sauce and place on a platter
  • Sprinkle some Tiki Tiki on the wings to finish them off
  • Serve with plenty of napkins

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Published on 1/6/2023
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