Chicken Wings Like Never Before: The Blackstone Griddle Way!

Discover the secret to making mouth-watering, perfectly cooked chicken wings on your Blackstone griddle. You won't believe how easy it is!

Ingredients for griddling chicken wings – Duck fat spray – Seasoning/rub (For this recipe, I use a mix of salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and adobo seasoning) – Baking powder

Start by rubbing the wings with the seasoning rub of your choice. Next, spray the wings with duck fat spray and mix the wings up with a large spoon.


Heat your griddle.Once the griddle has reached a high temperature, heat some oil on the surface.


Place your wings on the hot griddle and then once one side is cooked give them a flip and stir the other side


After the initial flip, and after a further two to three minutes have passed, I will lower the heat to medium/medium-low and cover the wings in a circular basting cover.


Remove the basting cover from the wings, wait 3-4 minutes, stir, and repeat as a few times. The wings will heat up quickly. Using an instant-read thermometer is useful, as griddle-cooked wings typically take 18-22 minutes.


After the internal temperature has reached 170-175°F, your chicken wings are done. Add them to the bowl with the sauce. Toss the wings and shake the bowl.


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