Honey Sriracha Chicken Wings
By: The BBQ Buddha
This post features one of my all time favorite recipes for chicken wings; I hope you enjoy this as much as I do. Now sit back, grab an ice cold Singha, and enjoy this post for Honey Sriracha Chicken Wings.
HONEY SRIRACHA CHICKEN WINGS
I use a stick of butter, 2/3 cup of sriracha, 1/2 cup of honey, 1 Tbls. of sesame oil, and lime juice for my glaze.
Put all of those ingredients in a saucepan and melted over medium heat stirring occasionally; once combined, turn the heat off and let the sauce cool a little.
Set the Big Green Egg up for indirect cooking at 300° using 2-3 hickory wood chunks. I placed the wings in the BGE and let them cook (turning once) until they hit 165°. This cook took me 45 minutes to get there.
Unfortunately, I was not able to get any further cooking shots yesterday as it started to pour down rain! So, I will describe the process I used to get the final dish shown below.
After the 45 minutes I pulled the wings and submerged them in to the Honey Sriracha glaze. I set the Big Green Egg for direct grilling and cranked the heat to 500°. I placed the wings back on and cooked them for 5 minutes turning occasionally. I served the wings with fresh cilantro and chopped coconut almonds. Delicious!!!