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Old 01-22-2013, 07:23 PM   #1
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So I had some boneless, skinless chicken things I had to cook before they went bad so I decided to fire up the smoker again tonight... Just a quick rub with EVOO and some homemade spice rub and in the the smoker they went. 225 for 3 hours and over the hot coals for a quick minute to finish the outside. Very moist and very good!
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:45 PM   #2
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Looks Yummy? Did you brine it as well?
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nope, no brine. pulled them from the package, rubbed with EVOO and coated with rub. Then straight to the smoker. At 1 and 2 hours I brushed some apple cider vinegar on them and that was it. After 3 hours at 225, I put them over the remaining hot coals for a few minutes on each side and they were done.

Just a quick cook so they didn't go to waste.
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nope, no brine. pulled them from the package, rubbed with EVOO and coated with rub. Then straight to the smoker. At 1 and 2 hours I brushed some apple cider vinegar on them and that was it. After 3 hours at 225, I put them over the remaining hot coals for a few minutes on each side and they were done.

Just a quick cook so they didn't go to waste.

Thanks for sharing....
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Looks good to Me !
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