Bloody Maria Grilled Wings

July 19, 2018

Bloody Maria Grilled Wings

What goes better with Beer than Wings?  Here's our perfectly marinated spicy wings to complement your Bloody Maria creations like Bloody Mary's, Micheladas and more recipes from our Mix It Up Cookbook! 

Bloody Maria Spicy Grilled Wings

Brining / Kosher Salt 1 cup
Chicken Wings 2 pounds 
Bloody Maria Mix 1 jar 
Agave Nectar 4 Tbsp 
Garlic Cloves 4
Cilantro 1 small bunch
Melted Butter 2 Tbsp

 

1. Mix salt and enough water to cover chicken, creating a brine bath. Brine chicken with or without skin 8 to 24 hours refrigerated then rinse in cold water before marinating.

2. Cut stems off cilantro. Combine all marinade ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.  Pour over wings in a large bowl and cover while coated completely. Marinate in cover bowl or in a large plastic bag 8 to 24 hours. 

3.  Remove from marinade and grill on an oiled grate on medium heat until internal temp is 165’. 






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