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Unread 04-02-2012, 07:27 PM   #1
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Tasted excellent but I think I made my batter to thick. Didn't get real crisp but I threw on the kettle to soon also. Next time I wont use boneless skinless chicken breast. Great recipe. Can't wait to try again.

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Unread 04-02-2012, 07:28 PM   #2
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Looks good!
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It looks Great! Where can I get that recipe?
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Thanks. I wanted to cook longer but got worried since I was using skinless boneless breast I would dry it out. Temp wise I cooked to 175 in one spot but was still really tender.
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It looks Great! Where can I get that recipe?
Here you go.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=95412
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Very nice.

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What temp did you cook it at? Looks good to me!
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What temp did you cook it at? Looks good to me!
I think 350 or so. I put a cast iron skillet on the grill after the grill was at 350. I was worried about losing the batter using skinless chicken. I should have let the cast iron heat more.
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Have faith - you would have done fine -
When I cooked mine yesterday I used a dry dredge and wasn't sure about it because when I made it before I used a batter - the dry worked great too. I want to try skinless next time.
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I'm a chicken man so I have to try this
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Nice job!
Phun thing is to practice with this experiment.
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Did you use the butter dip? Or spray with cooking spray mid-cook?

Assuming the weather holds out, I'm gonna try this out on Saturday.

And I'd eat that for sure....
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I think I've been talked into trying this tonight. I do like the idea of boneless/skinless chicken breasts since my wife doesn't like eating off the bone, and of course the kids like chicken strips etc.
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Missed this the first time around. Looks like something to go on my to-do list for sure.
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I use skinless chicken myself and put it directly on the grates. I've used both thin and thick batter. With a thick batter, it shouldn't be a problem getting it to set. You do need a hot fire. I've never done it in cast iron, but if it wasn't up to temp then that batter is not going to crisp. It looks good from here though.
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