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Unread 11-08-2009, 06:05 PM   #1
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Sunday night dinner. Don't know why I made two whole chickens for just Courtney and myself... any ideas on what to do with the leftovers?
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Unread 11-08-2009, 06:14 PM   #2
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There's leftovers?

Looks pretty awesome. How about some details on how you did them?
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There's leftovers?

Looks pretty awesome. How about some details on how you did them?

I butterflied the chickens by cutting out the backbone and removing the kale bone. Dry rubbed them on both sides and threw em on the WSM w/ a couple chunks of apple wood. After about an hour at 275-300 I glazed them with a spicy habanero bbq sauce mixed with pineapple preserves and brown sugar. Let them cook for about 20 more minutes then finished over direct heat to crisp up the skin a bit.
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Send the left overs to me. I will make...
Chicken tacos
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Chicken corn chowder
Or
Chicken pot pie
Search this site for more ideas. Those look great.
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They look delicious. My mouth is watering.

If I had a bird left over I would be making a brunswick stew!

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I butterflied the chickens by cutting out the backbone and removing the kale bone.
I think that is keel bone as in the keel of a ship.
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Looks Great!
How bout some chicken noodle salad, with extra peas.....
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I'll vote for chicken pot pie. i think Larry did chicken pot pie recently that looked great (or was it someone else?). Also, how about chicken salad?
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tacos, egg rolls, chicken salad
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Nice looking chic's, I rarley cook chicken, I like to eat them, just don't cook them.
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looks delicious, i have a habit of cooking too much as well!

definitely agree with the taco suggestion... some bbq sauce, hot sauce, caramelized onions, all in a skillet then tossed in some tortillas with cheese, superb
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I say chicken pot pies like two of the previous brethren.
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Well after a sixer I was suddenly hungry again so here is my first leftover pron. Planning pot pie and maybe brunswick stew this week.
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Chickens look great. The skin is always tricky. How'd your skin turn out?

Smoking an extra chicken is pretty standard fare at my house. We try to keep shredded chicken in the freezer for some of the very same quick recipes you have mentioned already. However, our favorite is Tortilla Soup.
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You did good by making that extra chicken,you gotta have enough leftovers.
Smoked 2 pieces of pork for my Moms church last weekend,I knew that 1 was enough but like I said....you gotta have enough leftovers!
Nice birds BTW!
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