Smoke Grilled Mustard BBQ Wings Video with Country Chef Grilling Sauce
Week of Wings III – Day 3 – Smoke Grilled Mustard Wings with Country Chef Grilling Sauce Mustard
Update: 2015.07.02 – Happy 4th of July!
Wings, grilled and slathered in a bbq sauce are a classic backyard recipe for celebrating the Fourth of July! Simply substitute your favorite mustard-based BBQ sauce – mop on generously, and enjoy a new and different tangy take on grilled wings.
The mustard based BBQ sauce will add some new zing to your wings, and taste delicious. And for those new to this “game”, the wings will NOT taste like mustard. Rather they well be tangy, zingy, vingegary, and savory. You’ll be surprised!
(This original post featured the Country Chef Grilling Sauce Mustard, but any mustard-based sauce will wow your taste buds!)
What are smoke grilled wings? It’s simple, you are slowly grilling your wings with the addition of smoke by adding chips or chunks of your favorite wood. Not only do these wings work great with your everyday buffalo style sauces, but this method excels when coating your wings with any barbecue sauces.
In this case, we are using a superb mustard based BBQ sauce from Chef Mike Espey’s Country Chef Grilling Sauce line.
We originally created this video for our friend Robyn Medlin and her GrillGirl.com blog.
You will also get a great look at the Craycort Cast Iron Grill Grates for a Weber Kettle in this video. Available for Webers, Big Green Eggs, and Kamado style grills and smokers… our full review of the Craycort will be coming up this Spring.
There are other great mustard based BBQ sauces out there – some better than others. We loved the Country chef Grilling Sauce blend. We also really liked the first mustard based BBQ sauce we tried from Reverend Marvin’s.
You can contact Mike Espey of Country Chef Grilling Sauce at [email protected] or visit his Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/CountryChefGrillingSauce
Here’s the complete Week of Wings III series:
Week of Wings III – Day 1 – Kramer’s Wing Rubs
Week of Wings III – Day 2 – Tabasco Game Day Wing recipes from Top Chef Floyd Cardoz
Week of Wings III – Day 3 – Grilled Mustard BBQ Wings – Country Chef Grilling Sauce
Week of Wings III – Day 4 – Wing Sauces from your Grocery Store
Week of Wings III – Day 5 – Jerk Lokia Ghost Chile Jamaican Jerk Sauce Wings
Week of Wings III – Day 6 – AlbuKirky Southwest BBQ Rub and Sauce on Wings
Week of Wings III – Day 7 – Fast Food Hot Wings Roundup
The “other related posts” below are from our first Week of Wings I
Very good video, Brian. The Craycort grates are one of my favorite BBQ tools. I like to sauce my wings and put them back on just to crisp the sauce up a little, otherwise are techniques are very close. Ain’t no thing but a chicken wing, right?
Mine weren’t thawed tonight. Bummed but they’ll be good tomorrow.
I’m grilling more wings today, and will toss them back on the grill after saucing.
We’re doing some jerk wings, and some BBQ wings to finish up the series.
I’m a huge fan of the Country Chef line of sauces. Very unique and fresh flavors! I bet those were some tasty wings!
They were with out a doubt some of the best, tangy, mustardy wings I’ve ever cooked.
Country Chef’s sauces are delicious. We have more reviews up our sleeves.
Those look really simple and delicious! The grates looked handy too. Definitely wish I had a set!
Thanks Liz! You can order the Craycort Cast Iron Grates for many grills here:
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