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Unread 03-22-2008, 06:20 PM   #1
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Default Almost fried BBQ chix

Ok, trying the cornstarch thing with some chix. Here it is almost done b4 the sauce. I put Stubbs rub and then mixed some with cornstarch in a ziplock.

Hey, who put that fatty in there, Honey?

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I am drawn to that fatty. Chicken looks good. Waiting to see how it tastes.
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Dude! The chicken looks good, but the fatty looks lonely. Remember, never cook just one fatty.
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Looks good, brother Jeff.
How did it taste?
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I picked up some Corn Starch. How was the chicken?
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It was great, my son thought it was fried then put on the grill. I put some finishing sauce on it and it was gone in a flash.

I just put some rub on the chix and then mixed some with cornstarch in a baggie. It was easy and came out great, even on my 10 dollar wally world grill.

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Are you saying you added the cornstarch as if it were "shake and bake"?
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Yes, just washed the chicken, then applied the rub, put the cornstarch in a bag with some rub, put the chicken in the bag and shake and grill.

I wish I had a better camera but that is another off topic thread.
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