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Rub Ingredients
1/2 cup Turbinado Sugar
1/2 cup Kosher Salt
1/4 cup Fine Grind Black Pepper
1/4 cup Hungarian Paprika
1/4 cup Chili Powder
1/8 cup Garlic Granules
1/8 cup Onion Granules
1/8 cup Celery salt
1/8 cup Seasoning salt
1/8 cup MSG
1 teaspoon Dry mustard
1/4 teaspoon Cumin
1 pinch disodium inosinate5 and disodium guanylate5 (I+G)

Blend together
Marinade Ingredients
1 quart Distilled Water
1/4 cup Sugar
1/4 cup Kosher Salt
3 tablespoon Trisodium phosphate
2 tablespoon MSG or HVP
1 tablespoon Chipotle Powder
1 tablespoon Garlic Granules
1 teaspoon Onion Granules
1 pinch disodium inosinate5 and disodium guanylate5 (I+G)

Blend together and maintain temperature at or below 40°F

Glaze Ingredients
10.5 oz Cranberry/Habanero Jelly (other types of pepper jelly work)
10.5 oz Apple Juice
1 Tablespoon Pressed garlic

Blend together and bring to a simmer

1. Remove wing tips and skin membrane between the 2nd and 3rd joint and separate wings into 2 bone and drummies.
2. Rinse
3. Vacuum tumble wing sections in marinade ingredients for 20 minutes. Remove to zip lock with marinade and refrigerate for at least 4 hours but no more than 12 hours.
4. Remove from marinade and rinse
5. Apply a good coat of cheap yellow mustard
6. Apply a generous coat of rub
7. Cook on grill with indirect method at 275°F to 300°F for approximately 1 hour
8. Place wings in glaze for good coat and return to grill to set glaze.
9. Serve and enjoy

Smoke’n Ice
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The I+G adds the umami or savory taste. Google it and there are loads of info. It also enhances the MSG/HVP and reduces the amount needed. It is difficult to find as it is a commercial product that is used by large manufacturers and not readily available to the consumer. Read some of the lables and you will find it used in a majority of products.
Originally posted by nysmoke:
Trisodium Phosphate? I think I use that to get oil stains off my garage floor Razzer

And it does a good job Smiler

Another of it's uses is to retain moisture in cooked products or sausages. It is tastless and odorless and if used properly, judges cannot detect it use as most of the products they buy and cook at home also have this product.

Reading of lables is a good idea. As an example, if it says enhanced with with a 10% solution, then don't use it or marinate the meat.

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