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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 5:13 pm 
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Hey guys, new to the game, this is my first post preparing for my first cook.

I really enjoyed some wings done by a travelling BBQ business so I inquired about the recipe and the guys were kind enough to give me a rough list but did not include everything, such as measurements.

In general I usually stick pretty close to the recipe so I am a bit lost without accurate quantities when making a marinade, I'll share the list of ingredients I have been given and if any of you know a similar recipe or can recommend appropriate quantities that would be awesome.


Ingredients: tomato based w lime, pepper, sea salt, pimento, sweet paprika, coriander seed, brown sugar, cider vinegar, garlic and Spanish onion.

I plan to cook the wings in my ProQ Frontier at approx 100 until they reach the right internal temp and then maybe charcoal them for a bit to crisp them up.

Cheers,
Jd


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2016 8:07 pm 
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Welcome to the forum.

Your plan sounds OK to me.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:28 pm 
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Jd_ wrote:
Hey guys, new to the game, this is my first post preparing for my first cook.

I really enjoyed some wings done by a travelling BBQ business so I inquired about the recipe and the guys were kind enough to give me a rough list but did not include everything, such as measurements.

In general I usually stick pretty close to the recipe so I am a bit lost without accurate quantities when making a marinade, I'll share the list of ingredients I have been given and if any of you know a similar recipe or can recommend appropriate quantities that would be awesome.


Ingredients: tomato based w lime, pepper, sea salt, pimento, sweet paprika, coriander seed, brown sugar, cider vinegar, garlic and Spanish onion.

I plan to cook the wings in my ProQ Frontier at approx 100 until they reach the right internal temp and then maybe charcoal them for a bit to crisp them up.

Cheers,
Jd



Hi, JD! This might be late but hope your plan turned out great. :) Some best cook normally do not give out exact measurements because as they say, recipes are secret. :) But I am sure you have finally figured out. Congratulations on your first cook!


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