Some Spatchcocked Chicken

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Some Spatchcocked Chicken

Postby Toast » 18 Oct 2013, 02:20

Cut the breastbone out of two birds and smoked them with Pecan wood on the WSM. Hope the pic links work. The Wife went to makin Pinto beans and chunk taters along with skillet cornbread. Thanks for lookin'. :D

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Re: Some Spatchcocked Chicken

Postby keith157 » 18 Oct 2013, 05:23

Spatchcocking is taking the BACKBONE out, try that next time, the chicken lies flatter on the grill and you won't run the risks of losing meat on the breasts. So saying they look very nice, great grill marks :D
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Re: Some Spatchcocked Chicken

Postby noxskuses » 18 Oct 2013, 15:28

Looks gud.

I've become a real fan of chicken and waffles (I don't do the syrup thing. I like gravy).

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In fact waffles and anything to be honest ;)
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Re: Some Spatchcocked Chicken

Postby Toast » 18 Oct 2013, 22:01

Thanks for the replies. I did cut out the wrong bone. I cut out the breastbone. It was still pretty tasty. :D
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Re: Some Spatchcocked Chicken

Postby keith157 » 19 Oct 2013, 07:49

noxskuses wrote:Looks gud.

I've become a real fan of chicken and waffles (I don't do the syrup thing. I like gravy).

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In fact waffles and anything to be honest ;)


Fried chicken for me then;):|
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Re: Some Spatchcocked Chicken

Postby noxskuses » 20 Oct 2013, 10:59

Picture for illustrative purposes only, but you can make a mean KFC style chicken in a GMG DB that looks just like this. Got recipe from the cookbook that came with the grill. Dip and coat chicken as normal. Place in pan and brush with melted butter. Cook at 375 for 30 mins. Turn, baste and cook for another 30 mins at 325. I eat with waffles and chicken gravy. It's really delicious :)
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Re: Some Spatchcocked Chicken

Postby grillfisher » 08 Nov 2013, 17:13

Looks good, even with the wrong bone!
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