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Unread 12-08-2011, 11:47 PM   #1
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Default Smoked chicken instead of smoked turkey?

Has anyone done a smoked chicken similar to a smoked turkey, or does everyone stick with the beer can method?
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Can't beat a beer can chicken!
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Whaddya mean similar to a turkey? Many ways to do both chicken and turkeys. And if you've only done beer can chicken you haven't lived my brother! Not saying BC chicken isn't good... I don't think I've ever done a beer can chicken & honestly I really don't feel the need to. There are so MANY ways to smoke a chicken. Look around the site. The main thing to remember is "hot smoke"

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Can't beat a beer can chicken!
I'm a spatchcock man myself...
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I do my chicken just like a turkey except no injection. Usually use the mini now as it does such a good job.
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Try either on a Rotisserie. Smoking Poultry is very easy, it takes on smoke very fast so go lite on the wood. I prefer to cook poultry at 325º-350º.
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Here's the tutorial I saved on spatchcocked chicken. Might want to try that.
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Rotisserie for me it's the "standard" way to cook chicken in my neck of the woods (works great for Turkeys too).
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awesome thanks guys!
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Smoke it like this....
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Here is a link to Chris Lilly's, Loaf Pan Chicken. It's a video on the today show. Also gives the recipe.

http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/306865...phis-dry-ribs/
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I've done smoked chicken "just like" my turkey. I also beer can it, spatchcock it, and do it any number of other ways.
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I'm one of those who doesn't like smoke on my chicken but I cook spatchcock or chicken halves indirect with lump I find it smokey enough with the charcoal. Mild woods would work I'm sure
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I smoked a whole chicken Beer can style low and slow @ 225 once, and only once. It tasted like a wet cigarette. So don't make that mistake, or make the mistake, and you'll never do it again. Stay higher around 350, and you'll be just fine. I'm a beer can chicken kinda guy, but I've never spatchcocked a chicken, so I can't comment.
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I smoked a whole chicken Beer can style low and slow @ 225 once, and only once. It tasted like a wet cigarette. So don't make that mistake, or make the mistake, and you'll never do it again. Stay higher around 350, and you'll be just fine. I'm a beer can chicken kinda guy, but I've never spatchcocked a chicken, so I can't comment.
Maybe you accidentally used a spit can I have injected chickens with peach nectar, butter, and rub and then used the peach nectar can instead of beer (however I did drink beer while smoking the chickens - don't know if that counts). Turned out very tasty.
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