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.
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!