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Unread 04-14-2013, 04:48 PM   #1
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I just seen a show where this guy smokes his chicken and then throws in the deep fryer to crisp it up. Has any one ever tried this and if so is it any good? I would definitely give this a try if it's worth it.
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Smoked and fried...how can this be bad?
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Smoked and fried...how can this be bad?
What he said
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I have always wanted to try it.
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Never tried it, saw it on Diners Drive In's and Dives once.
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I would just smoke the chicken at 350+ to get crisp skin.
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I would just smoke the chicken at 350+ to get crisp skin.
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sounds like a lot of work for a fuggin chicken
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sounds like a lot of work for a fuggin chicken
hay you got to do what you got to do. I have deep fried avacado. AND HOT DOGS . We have a deep fry party once a year . We have a big pot of oil and everybody brings some thing to put in the pot . (not all at once )
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This is how I do my chicken wings when I make them up. I usually just drop them in for about a minute and a half, as they are already cooked. I think it's great, I've tried just smoking at 350, but I prefer the smoke/fry combo.
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I usually SMOKE before I fry.....just sayin
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