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Unread 05-05-2013, 02:21 PM   #1
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Hey Everyone,

I prepared ABTs with the intention of cooking them on my UDS for a friends party. We ended up going to the party much earlier than I thought so I didn't get to smoke them. I am about to try to cook them on a gas grill on the top rack at my buddies house. I am planning to just cook them at low on the top rack for as long as possible. Should I do anything differently cooking them on a gas grill?
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Unread 05-05-2013, 03:50 PM   #2
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make sure you cook them in a pan to reduce flare ups, other than that, you should be good to go!
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If the grill is capable cook 'em indirect...put them on one side with burners off and crank the other side up. should also help to avoid flareups
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Hey,

Thanks for the info. I ended up putting them on the top rack only using two of the 4 burners on at their lowest setting. I then put my slotted stainless steel vegetable grilling pan upside down over the grate as a heat diffuser. That keep the top rack temp at around 230. They were cooked for about 2 hours and turned out perfect. They actually may have been better than the smoked version.
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Glad they turned out!
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