Is there anyone alive who doesn’t absolutely love a good plate of chicken wings? They’re a treat that seems to be reserved for game day or a night out with friends, but buffalo wings are something that rarely get made at home, and even less often are they made on a grill.
Luckily for you, grilling up some tasty buffalo chicken is even easier that you might think. Better yet is that it’s the latest recipe we’re bringing to our readers in the “Buy a Propane Tank and Start Cooking” series! So if you’ve been craving some hot wings, now is the time to swing by the grocery store, fire up the grill, and get started. Keep reading to get our recipe.
The Shopping List
- Chicken breast cutlets
- A stick of butter
- Apple cider vinegar
- Garlic powder
- Hot sauce
- Worcestershire sauce
- Salt and pepper
It’s as simple as that. Of course, you may also want to grab your blue cheese or ranch dressing of choice to take the edge off of this dish! These spicy chicken wings pair incredibly well with your favorite grilled potato recipe and we’ve found that they perfectly complement everything from grilled baked potatoes to wedges to tater tots, so pick a potato you like as well.
Trust us when we say that this is one recipe that your friends and family will be talking about for quite some time (and it’s even likely that they’ll be requesting that you make it on a regular basis). This dish is anything but bland we think you’ll agree that it will find a spot in your family’s regular rotation of dishes.
Let’s Start Grilling!
Now the fun part. Preheat your propane grill to a nice medium-high heat and give it about 20 minutes to get nice and hot. While you’re doing that, go ahead and season your chicken with a little bit of salt and pepper and as much garlic powder as you like. In our opinion, it’s hard to overdo it on the garlic, so go crazy if you like.
Next up is our buffalo sauce. This one’s pretty simple, so all you need is your hot sauce (we’re big fans of Frank’s Redhot mixed with a bit of Pepper Plant’s Chunky Garlic Hot Sauce mixed in for good measure). The best way to do this is just to eyeball everything. Trust your taste buds and if you feel you need a bit more of something, go ahead and add it!
Mix your hot sauce with a dash of apple cider vinegar and worcestershire sauce and warm up over medium-low heat, then add a few tablespoons of butter. Stir frequently and adjust your ingredients as necessary.
Wrapping It Up
One quick note: we’ve left this recipe fairly simple to allow you to add ingredients to your liking. Prefer paprika? Add a dash! How about cayenne pepper? Toss some in! Like we said, your taste buds know best.
You’ll want to start by cooking your chicken all the way through to ensure that it’s nice and done. This should only take about five minutes per side, but keep your grilling thermometer handy. Once the chicken is done, brush your sauce mixture over the top and cook for another minute or so before flipping, reapplying your sauce, and finishing things off for another minute.
And that, friends and neighbors, is it.
Serve hot and bask in the appreciation and compliments from your friends and family, because you just made yourself some spicy chicken that rivals anything you could get at the bar.
Wondering Where to Buy a Propane Tank?
We hope that you’ve enjoyed this recipe. If you love it as much as we do, stick around because we’ll continue to bring our readers the best recipes that are such a breeze to make that anyone can do it whether they’ve been grilling for days or decades.
If you need to buy a propane tank, take advantage of our map to find a propane tank exchange location near you and then swing by and pick one up. Our tanks are always clean and freshly painted, ensuring that they’re ready for you to use as soon as you get home whether you make a burger or our spicy chicken.