Red, White, and Blue Wings

Wings photo by roboppy

Serve these wings at your Memorial Day, July 4, or Labor Day cookout. They’ll be nice for your guests to snack on while they’re waiting for the main course to get done. Why are these wings red, white, and blue? The sauce is red, the chicken flesh is white, and you dip them in blue cheese dressing!

Holle’s Red-White-and-Blue Wings recipe

What you’ll need:

  • 3-4 pounds wing sections
  • Garlic salt
  • Pepper
  • 2 cups sweet bottled BBQ sauce (Bull’s Eye, Sweet Baby Ray’s, etc.)
  • ¼ cup Louisiana Hot Sauce (or more!)

Directions: Place wings on medium grill. Sprinkle with garlic salt and pepper.

Combine BBQ sauce and hot sauce in a large pot and boil on the stove for two minutes. Place pot on the grill.

Cook wings for about 8 minutes per side. Larger wings might take a little longer.

After wings have cooked on both sides, place them in the sauce pot. Coat each wing with the sauce and return to grill. Cook over hot part of grill until sauce caramelizes. Serve with cold blue cheese dressing.