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Crispy, grilled chicken wings and grilled tender chicken breasts with a sticky, sweet and spicy wing sauce made with apple butter and hot sauce.
Mix together the apple butter, hot sauce, ketchup and celery salt in a medium bowl. Reserve 3/4 cup of the hot sauce as a dip. (Makes 2 cups.)
To make the chicken wings, spray grill with cooking spray and preheat grill over medium-high heat. Add chicken wings, brush the top with wing sauce. Turn after about 3 minutes; brush with more wing sauce. Continue to turn the chicken wings every few minutes until the meat is not pink and juice runs clear. This will usually take about 16–18 minutes total.
You’ll know the wings are close to being done when you see bubbles forming underneath the skin. These bubbles are formed from the steam coming off of the meat as it cooks through. Also, keep the grill closed as much as you can to speed up the cooking and cut down on the flare-ups. You can be pretty sure they are done when they have a nice brown or charred layer (some charring is fine, the sauce will take care of it).
Toss the chicken wings in remaining sauce immediately after removing from the grill while they are nice and hot. Leave them in the sauce for a few minutes to soak in the goodness.
Serve with reserved sauce.
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