This is the result of the first smoke on my new Kamado.
Not sure this step went exactly the way i had envisioned.
The end result was exactly what i expected. Thick and bold flavored.
Oh, and the next night my first Kamado chicken.
Looks great. Care to share any more info on ingredients and what you didn't expect in that one step?
3/4 of a lg. onion
4 jalapenos seeded
3 green peppers
what i had done, was add about ¼ can of beer and foiled at 170* and cooked until 205*.
the veggies obviously steamed, and it ended up with way to much juice in the bottom of the pan.
i was hoping for more a roasting affect. my dumb oversight in foiling the pan.
Ah. Yeah, that is pretty close to the method for making pepper stout beef. Eventually you have to remove the foil to let the liquid cook off.
"Kamado Chicken" sounds like a feathered up ninja or sorts.
Food looks great!!
Looks great, I'm envisioning some chuckie chili in my near future. :thumb:
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