Smoked Chicken – [Easy] Smoked Chicken Wings

In my opinion, smoked chicken is one of the easiest ways to add flavor to a meal. If you’re looking for something new and different to add to your next barbecue, look no further. This recipe is easy, and it’s a personal favorite.

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Smoked Chicken: We all love to eat Smoked chicken and it is far better than any rotisserie chicken you can easily get to purchase at the local stores. The meat is juicy & moist with a lovely smokey flavor.

Another reason we like smoked chicken is the quantity of leftovers we receive since we usually prepare extra when we cook anything, knowing that the meat would be delicious in sandwiches, wraps, or on pizza. You may use the carcass to create chicken broth for a soup, which has a lot of taste.


So, let’s get started on how I make and smoke my Smoked Chicken. First and foremost, I’d want to discuss my ailment. For this dish, I suggest using wood chunks instead of wood chips. I feel that the meat is more delicious and the pieces create more smoke when cooked this way. There are so many different rubs and wood kinds to choose from!

Smoked chicken is one of those dishes that makes you grin as you lick your fingers clean. This smoked chicken dish is very juicy, melt-in-your-mouth, and completely uncomplicated. The mild apple wood smoke, Sweet BBQ Chicken Rub, and sweet/tangy Kansas City BBQ Sauce provide a lot of flavor. However, in this recipe, I’m creating BBQ Chicken Wings with a Smoked Flavor, which you can find here.

Smoked Chicken: A Step-by-Step Guide


To prepare these wings, set the smoker to 225-250 degrees F, and it will take 35-45 minutes per pound of chicken to achieve 160 degrees F. Alternatively, push all of your coals to one side (don’t place your wings right over the coals). If using a grill, I prefer to take my smoked chicken out of the smoker and let it sit for 10 minutes until the temperature reaches 165 degrees F. Smoked Thigh and Smoked Breast may be found here.


To begin, prepare your wings by rubbing them. So you may purchase entire chicken wings and cut them between the joints to separate the drumette, wing, and tip. After draining the moisture, discard the tips and pat down the wings, drumettes, and place the wings in a large mixing bowl.

Mix the dry ingredients in a dish, then pour the oil over your wings. Mix it all over to coat all of the wings. Next, pour some of your rub over the wings and thoroughly mix it in. Make sure they’re evenly covered with the rub. Set them aside in the fridge for at least an hour.


Smoked Chicken Wings

This smoked chicken recipe is so juicy & moist with a lovely smokey flavor and it justs melt in your mouth and totally the opposite of complicated.

10 minutes Preparation Time

Cooking Time: 2 hour

Total Time: 2 hours, 10 minutes


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  1. Place the chicken wings in a large mixing basin. Pour in the olive oil and rub it in well with your hands. Coat evenly with the dry rub.
  2. Heat the smoker to between 77 and 93 degrees Celsius (170 and 200 degrees Fahrenheit) according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  3. Drain half of the wood chips and put them immediately on the charcoal. Spread your wings equally on the frying grate, skin-side down.
  4. Smoke the wings for 1 hour, or until they are aromatic.
  5. Add the remaining wood chips to the charcoal and flip your wings. Continue to smoke for another hour, or until the interior temperature reaches 165°F (74 degrees C).
  6. Serve your chicken wings with blue cheese dressing at the end.


Smoked Chicken – [Easy] Smoked Chicken Wings

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So, guys, I hope you like this Smoked Chicken Recipe, which I prepare once a week. This dish will appeal to all chicken lovers searching for smoked chicken. Don’t forget to share this recipe with your friends on Pinterest, Facebook, and other social media platforms if you enjoy it.

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I’m always on the lookout for new ways to smoke chicken. I was surprised when I came across a recipe for smoked chicken wings. I’m pretty sure I’ve tried chicken wings smoked every way possible, but just for kicks I decided to give this one a try. The recipe I used came from a food blog called “The Simple Gourmet”. The recipe was pretty simple, but I ended up having to make some minor modifications. I found that I needed to keep the smoker oil a little hotter than originally called for. It was still quite tender and juicy once it was cooked. However, the recipe did not say what temperature to use for the oil. I ended up using a smoked oil I had on hand, which was about 2/3. Read more about smoked chicken wings masterbuilt and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to smoke some wings?

It takes approximately one hour to smoke wings.

How long does it take to smoke chicken wings at 250 degrees?

It takes about 10 minutes to smoke chicken wings at 250 degrees.

Why are my Smoked Wings rubbery?

The wings are made of a rubbery material that is meant to be flexible. If you find that they are not flexible, then there may be something wrong with them. You can try cleaning them with soap and water or submerging them in boiling water for a few minutes.

Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.