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Smoked Bacon Chicken Sticks

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Was hunting around the inter-webs for something interesting to make for the kids and found this recipe on the BBQ Pit Boys site.  It was really easy. Just marinade/rub chicken breasts any way you want, cut into strips, load onto skewer, and wrap in bacon.  Nothing fancy but the kids loved them.  I smoked them for about 3 hours in the mid to low 200's then cranked it up to 280 so the bacon would crisp.

 

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post #2 of 19
Looks great, would make a good party appetizer. We wrap whole breasts quite often, tasty!
post #3 of 19

Hmmm, like chicken candy. Did some 'pig peckers' a while back....bacon wrapped link sausage then grilled

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Originally Posted by jeffed76 View Post

Was hunting around the inter-webs for something interesting to make for the kids and found this recipe on the BBQ Pit Boys site.  It was really easy. Just marinade/rub chicken breasts any way you want, cut into strips, load onto skewer, and wrap in bacon.  Nothing fancy but the kids loved them.  I smoked them for about 3 hours in the mid to low 200's then cranked it up to 280 so the bacon would crisp.

 

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very nice..bbq pit boys huh?..lol. i thought i saw that somewhere... i make their potato bombs all the time.
post #5 of 19

Mmm...those look great! And so easy too. Thanks for posting!

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An hour into smoking these bad boys. Stuffed with cheddar cream cheese grilled diced jalapeños. Rubbed with America yeah rub and wrapped. Took pic from hammock. Currently winning.
post #7 of 19
Jeff those look great!

Hammocksmoker, how about dropping by roll call and introducing yourself. This is a family forum, so I edited the unsavory word from you post.
post #8 of 19
Family, no thanks not till I am in my 40s. About to see the most bro'd out intro ever
post #9 of 19

That looks great! I bet it even tastes better! I will have to try it. Thanks for sharing.

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post #11 of 19

Those look great.

post #12 of 19

Great and a cool twist on Tandoori style , Mmmmm,Bacon.

post #13 of 19
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Who doesn't like chicken on a stick? It's the universal common denominator :)
post #14 of 19

Made these last weekend and took them to a friend's house as appetizers. Pretty tasty. They were gone in a flash, and may have upstaged the main course.

 

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Made these last weekend and took them to a friend's house as appetizers. Pretty tasty. They were gone in a flash, and may have upstaged the main course.


Chicken and bacon for the win!
post #16 of 19

Made these last weekend.  Never saw anything disappear so fast.

post #17 of 19
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Made these last weekend.  Never saw anything disappear so fast.
I hear you! My kids love them. I got lazy and made them with chicken tenderloins. They were still tasty. One peice of bacon per chicken loin, yummy.
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Originally Posted by jeffed76 View Post

Was huntingreatund the inter-webs for something interesting to make for the kids and found this recipe on the BBQ Pit Boys site.  It was really easy. Just marinade/rub chicken breasts any way you want, cut into strips, load onto skewer, and wrap in bacon.  Nothing fancy but the kids loved them.  I smoked them for about 3 hours in the mid to low 200's then cranked it up to 280 so the bacon would crisp.

 

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How long did you have them at 280 for?  They look great.  I need to try them.

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How long did you have them at 280 for?  They look great.  I need to try them.
Once I cranked the heat up I checked them every 15 or 20 minutes. I have a hot side to my smoker and have to shuffle them around a bunch. I smoked them recently and I just kept them in the smoker until my chicken thigh temps were ready to pull, then cranked the temps. Not sure how long it was, but is was less than 3 hours.
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