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The overall objective of this recipe is a little different than what we usually do. Gone are the low and slow methods and instead, we will be using a hot and fast technique. This recipe will be sure to please anyone who loves a good chicken wing!

This wing recipe is perfect for any type of event where you can quickly cater for a good amount of people. With the AFL and NRL grand finals as well as summer around the corner, now is the perfect time to try out this amazing chicken wing recipe!


  • Chicken Wings
  • Olive Oil


  1. First step - pick yourself a pack of good quality chicken wings. Don’t cheap out as you are only short changing yourself in the end with less meat being on bones
  2. Lay the chicken out and cover with a binder, olive oil is good. If you don't want to use a binder that is fine too!
  3. Cover the chicken wings in Meat Lab Chicken Thunder
  4. Let the rub adhere to the wings for 15 - 30 minutes. Whilst this is happening, it’s a great time to fire up your grill.
  5. You want to make sure that your grill is set up for hot and fast grilling. We recommend using a charcoal grill for best results.
  6. When setting up your grill you want to be cooking indirectly. This method is where the grill has the fuel source centred in the middle of the grill with the wings placed around the outside of the heat source. You can use a vortex, slow and sear cone, charcoal baskets or even pile up your charcoal in the middle of your grill.
  7. Let the chicken wings cook for roughly 45 minutes. Ensure you reach an internal temperature of 165F/73C
  8. Once the wings are cooked, lay them out on a tray and cover them with Kosmos ‘Q” Buffalo Wing Dust. Let the wing dust adhere for 5-10 minutes. This also gives the wings and opportunity to rest.
  9. Now that your wings are rested apply the Angus & Oink Impressive Rooster, Buffalo Sriracha Sauce.
  10. Crack open your favourite beer, grab a wing and enjoy!!!!


The Angus and Oink sauce does have a heat element so use sporadically and ensure you don’t overpower the chicken wings.