If you've got a little time on your hands, this is one of my favorite ways to cook wings at home, on the boat. Being second only to "Smoked Wings".
Just be careful that your grill isn't too hot, and that you remember to put your wing sauce on about 1/2 way through cooking.
For a different flavor, try using our "Jaimacan Jerk" spice blend. This will give you a great unique flavor that you can't get anywhere other than YOUR house.
1. I use a charcoal grill with "Match-Lite charcoal, and when the flames are out, the grill is really cranking. therefore I have to sprinkle a little water on the coals to cool them down a little before I put the meat on. I'll also place the lid on to keep it from getting too hot again.
2. While the grill is starting, make up the rub, by mixing together the sugar, blacken, cocoa powder, and salt.
3. Separate the joints of the wings, making "Flappers" and "Drumettes".
4. Rinse the wings in cold water, then dry them.
5. Place the wings in a bowl and work the rub into them real well.
6. Place the wings on the grill and baste with you favorite BBQ sauce. Put the lid on. Keep turning and basting every 10 minutes, or so for a total of 3/4 to 1 hour, or, until they're done.
7. Place them in a big bowl, toss them with your favorite wing sauce, and serve immediately.