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Old 10-09-2011, 09:32 PM   #1
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Default Buttermilk Brined Chicken Thighs




8 Chicken thighs brined in buttermilk for 24 hrs.



On the Egg @350* on a raised grid



Flipped @ 30-min.





Pulled @ 175*

Served with String Beans and mashed potatoes. This was a very tasty and wonderful meal that I well do again soon

Recipe: Buttermilk-Brined Chicken


Ingredients

3 C. buttermilk
¼ C. kosher salt
¼ C Franks Red-Hot Original
¼ C Worcestershire Sauce
1 t garlic powder
1 t ground cumin
1 t ground black pepper
1 t rubbed sage
½ t ground cayenne pepper
2 packages Chicken Thighs

Combine the buttermilk, salt, hot sauce, Worcestershire, and spices. Mix well. Add the chicken and turn to coat. Marinate in the refrigerator over night, turning occasionally.

Set up your Egg for direct on a raised grid @ 350*. Turn @ 30 min. Pull @ 175* internal.

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Old 10-09-2011, 09:46 PM   #2
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Love a buttermilk brine for chicken!! Yours looks tasty!

The standard brine we used has a decent amount of brown sugar and Old Bay. Recently replaced the oOld Bay with some Death Dust...that was some good eats, for sure!!
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I could go for a big plate of that right now...............YUM
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Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing
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Looks great Ross.....as usual!
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I always use a buttermilk drench when frying chicken. Gotta try this for the grill.
BTW... would a plate setter eliminate that hot side of the BGE?
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Man, that looks great!



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Ok... that looks awesome. It's now on my to-do list.... thanks!
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I always use a buttermilk drench when frying chicken. Gotta try this for the grill.
BTW... would a plate setter eliminate that hot side of the BGE?
Yes, it does with mine. I do chicken the same, but with a plate setter in. At the end I take it out, WITH REALLY THICK GLOVES, and go to 450ish to finish if anyone likes some of the crispy char.

The buttermilk is a great idea. I have done it with fried chicken too, but not on the grill.
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I always use a buttermilk drench when frying chicken. Gotta try this for the grill.
BTW... would a plate setter eliminate that hot side of the BGE?
I just like to grill direct

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Awesome Bossz!
Still have try out the buttermilk brine.
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Well, I've learnt something today! Thanks Ross. I will definately try that!

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Oooh, buttermilk brine, that is on my to do soon list! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
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I like that!
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