Hot wings have to be one of my most favorite foods of all time. Sometimes it’s a real pain to make them when you have a summer cookout. Here in Texas we are already starting to feel it warm up enough outside that you can feel the humidity. Cooking inside almost becomes just not an option. For summer cookouts I will be definitely making Tyson Grillin Wings along with Salt and Pepper Asparagus.
It’s probably one of the simplest meals to make for a summer cookout. These Tyson Grillin’ wings cook in about 12 minutes. Perfect for simple grilling ideas. That’s pretty fast if you ask me. I just picked up two packages at Sam’s Club along with some Country Time Lemonade for cold drinks. My teens like to drink lemonade and it makes it that much easier for me. The containers are so large that they make plenty for a crowd.
The Tyson Grillin wings are pretty easy to find in the frozen section. They are easy to put up in the freeze and just pull them out for a spur of the moment summer cookout. How about some salt and pepper asparagus to pair with your wings? I love it because it is a simple side dish that is packed full of nutrition and protein. What is your favorite summer cookout meal? Do you have an easy go to recipe? I would love to hear about it!
ITEMS TO MAKE SALT AND PEPPER ASPARAGUS
- 2 bundles of asparagus
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon cracked pepper
- Make a foil boat. Wash asparagus and layer into boat. Add salt and pepper. Cover boat with more foil and cook on medium heat for about thirty minutes on the grill. Once asparagus is tender add your wings to the grill. Once wings are complete pull both and serve!
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