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    Default Grilled Chicken Wings

    When the grill is ready, place the wing pieces on the side with indirect
    heat (no coals underneath) and close the lid. They will need 7 - 10
    minutes per side until golden brown. I usually put the drumettes closer
    to the direct heat as they are thicker.

    Mix up your sauce while the wings cook.

    Move the wings to the direct heat side and finish crisping up the skin
    over the higher heat. This will take only a couple of minutes. You want
    them to be dark and crispy, but not burned.

    Place in the sauce to coat. I then put them back over the direct heat
    for a minute or two to caramelize the sauce on the wings.

    ---------- Post Merged at 05:50 PM ----------

    Oops, I forgot the garlic powder. I also sprinkle garlic powder on the wings with the salt and pepper before cooking.

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    Yum! This sounds good!

    cheers,
    BD

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    Bruce,
    They are really good. I left one without sauce and it was also amazing. I am making them tomorrow (that's what made me think to post here), I'll try to remember to take pictures. I did leave the garlic powder off of the recipe. I do sprinkle a little garlic powder on the chicken when seasoning with salt and pepper. Garlic in the sauce would be good too.

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    Here's Thai style chicken Grill or "Kai-yang" ...http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XfiNeoPcynI

    Part2 http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qXJ3CF3YaLA

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