Grilled Chicken

Discussion in 'Outdoor Cooking and BBQs' started by detroitdad, Mar 7, 2018.

  1. detroitdad

    detroitdad Senior Member

    Location:
    Ypsilanti, MI.
    I'm in Michigan. Its 35 degrees. The news is calling for a couple of inches of snow this afternoon. Damnt, I don't care. I have an unexpected day off today. I'm planning on firing up the Charcoal grill and slow cooking me some fat, bone in chicken breasts!!!! Unknown sides at this time. Maybe some baked potatoes :)

    I'll post pictures once I fire up the grill and get this baby going (in a few hours).
     
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  2. flyinglentris

    flyinglentris Well-Known Member

    Yeah!
     
  3. CraigC

    CraigC Senior Member

    Location:
    SE Florida
    Thats the spirit! Just don't hurt yourself shoveling a path to the grill!:whistling:
     
  4. rascal

    rascal Senior Member

    New Zealand it's 24 deg Celsius here. Look forward to pics brother.

    Russ
     
  5. buckytom

    buckytom Senior Member

    Just plain grilled chicken?

    Battle the elements, the wind and snow,
    the deep freeze, the tundra (ok, that's a bit much) for plain chicken breasts?
    C'mon now.
     
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  6. detroitdad

    detroitdad Senior Member

    Location:
    Ypsilanti, MI.
    Not plain chicken breasts. Homemade dry rub that is fantastic. Slow cooked chicken that is the juiciest piece of meat on the planet. Oh, and I did a Bone in Rib-eye with it :)
     
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  7. buckytom

    buckytom Senior Member

    Mind sharing the rub recipe? I love bone-in grilled breasts. They're so much juicier than boneless.
    My mom made them often when I was a kid. TIA. :chef:
     
  8. detroitdad

    detroitdad Senior Member

    Location:
    Ypsilanti, MI.
    Same here. I use indirect heat when I cook mine. It usually takes about 80-90 minutes to bring to temp. When they get close I sear them over the coals.

    Here is a simple Cajun seasoning that I use http://www.cookingbites.com/threads/cajun-seasoning.12201/

    Here is my dry rub recipe.

    2 TBS Kosher Salt
    2 TBS black pepper
    2 tsp cayenne pepper
    3TBS brown sugar
    1 TBBS ground cumin
    2 tsp ground allspice
    2 TBS chili powder
    3 TBS paprika
    2 tsp garlic powder
    1 tsp dry mustard

    Here are a couple of my homemade BBQ sauces that I make.

    Blueberry Jalapeno

    http://www.cookingbites.com/threads/blue-berry-bbq-sauce.11943/

    Bourbon BBQ
    http://www.cookingbites.com/threads/bourbon-bbq-sauce.11944/
     
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