Alabama White vs Carolina Red

CategoryDifficultyIntermediate

Inspired by tailgating parties, these tangy wings are perfect for gameday!

Alabama White v Carolina Red Chicken Wings with Grilled Corn

Prep Time30 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time1 hr
 Fresh chicken wings of your choice
 Ears of corn
Carolina Red Sauce
 1.50 cups Apple Cider Vinegar
 0.50 cup Ketchup
 1 tbsp Brown Sugar
 1 tsp Salt
 0.50 tsp Dried crushed red pepper
Alabama White Sauce
 2 Egg yolks
 0.25 cup Lemon juice
 3 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
 2 tsp Kosher salt
 0.50 tsp Garlic powder
 0.50 tsp Cayenne pepper
 2 tsp Ground black pepper
 1 cup Grape-seed oil
Carolina Red Sauce
1

Simply combine/stir ingredients.

Alabama White Sauce
2

In a food processor (w metal blade) combine egg yolks, lemon juice, vinegar, salt, garlic powder, cayenne and black pepper. Process for 30 seconds.

3

While processor runs, slowly drizzle in the oil.

Chicken Wings and Corn
4

Light your charcoal in the KUDU and let them burn to embers with a layer of white ash.

5

While the charcoal is prepping prepare your chicken wings and corn.

6

Lightly coat the chicken wings with olive oil, salt and pepper.

7

Pull the corn husk back, cleaning the ear of corn.

8

Take the longest leaves and tie a knot around the corn husk.

9

Lightly coat the corn with olive oil, salt and pepper.

10

Adjust your grill height over the embers at medium heat. To locate medium heat, place your hand over the embers and find the height you can count to 5 before having to remove your hand from the flame. This is the height for medium heat (approx 350 degrees).

11

Move your KUDU grill grate to that height. Place your chicken wings and corn on the grill.

12

Rotate the wings and corn every few minutes browning all sides.

13

Once the chicken skin has begun to char begin adding white sauce and red sauce to the wings separately. Allow the ember smoke to help coat the wings, turning every few minutes.

14

Use a meat thermometer to make sure the wings are 165 degrees or higher.

15

Remove and serve.

Ingredients

 Fresh chicken wings of your choice
 Ears of corn
Carolina Red Sauce
 1.50 cups Apple Cider Vinegar
 0.50 cup Ketchup
 1 tbsp Brown Sugar
 1 tsp Salt
 0.50 tsp Dried crushed red pepper
Alabama White Sauce
 2 Egg yolks
 0.25 cup Lemon juice
 3 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
 2 tsp Kosher salt
 0.50 tsp Garlic powder
 0.50 tsp Cayenne pepper
 2 tsp Ground black pepper
 1 cup Grape-seed oil

Directions

Carolina Red Sauce
1

Simply combine/stir ingredients.

Alabama White Sauce
2

In a food processor (w metal blade) combine egg yolks, lemon juice, vinegar, salt, garlic powder, cayenne and black pepper. Process for 30 seconds.

3

While processor runs, slowly drizzle in the oil.

Chicken Wings and Corn
4

Light your charcoal in the KUDU and let them burn to embers with a layer of white ash.

5

While the charcoal is prepping prepare your chicken wings and corn.

6

Lightly coat the chicken wings with olive oil, salt and pepper.

7

Pull the corn husk back, cleaning the ear of corn.

8

Take the longest leaves and tie a knot around the corn husk.

9

Lightly coat the corn with olive oil, salt and pepper.

10

Adjust your grill height over the embers at medium heat. To locate medium heat, place your hand over the embers and find the height you can count to 5 before having to remove your hand from the flame. This is the height for medium heat (approx 350 degrees).

11

Move your KUDU grill grate to that height. Place your chicken wings and corn on the grill.

12

Rotate the wings and corn every few minutes browning all sides.

13

Once the chicken skin has begun to char begin adding white sauce and red sauce to the wings separately. Allow the ember smoke to help coat the wings, turning every few minutes.

14

Use a meat thermometer to make sure the wings are 165 degrees or higher.

15

Remove and serve.

Alabama White vs Carolina Red

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