Easy Smoked Sweet Thai Wings are the perfect snack, appetizer, or even a meal. I love using my smoker for beef, but chicken wings also turn out amazing on a smoker.
If you love a smoky, sweet, with a little heat wing, then this is the recipe for you!
Below you’ll find directions for both a charcoal smoker and an electric smoker.
A great smokey wing with tons of flavor.
- 1 4lb bag of wingettes thawed
- 1 bottle sweet thai sauce
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- spring onions or green onions
- seasame seeds
- applewood chips
- charcoal if using a charcoal smoker
If you're using a charcoal smoker, place charcoal into the chimney and light. Let set for 20 minutes then add to the smoker. Add some applewood chunks.
If using electric smoker, preheat to 250 degrees, add applewood chips when preheated.
Toss wings with salt and pepper to coat.
Place wings on grill in the center. Smoke for about 2 hours or until wings internal temperature 175 F.
After internal temp is 175 degrees, glaze the top of the wings with sweet thai sauce.
After 5 minutes flip, and glaze again. Let sit another 5 minutes.
Remove from grill. and top with sesame seeds and spring onions.
Here is a affiliate link to the sweet Thai sauce used: Thai Sauce
I hope you get a chance to make these Smoked Sweet Thai Wings this summer!