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Smoked chicken pieces

post #1 of 5
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OK, so here's my first post of something I smoked. I usually cook something for family dinner on Sunday. My better 5/8ths asked me yesterday what I was going to make for dinner tonight. I had no idea and since my oldest daughter is getting married in 2 weeks we are watching our spending. so I said something cheap, she said smoke a couple chickens. Well, I thought about chicken pieces...


 I brined them which is something I have never ever done before, but will probably do quite a lot after finding out the great flavor and moistness it gave the pieces. Hers how they turned out...


Very tasty!

post #2 of 5
Looks great. I brine all my chicken now too. And I do boneless pork chops as well. There are so many inexpensive meats that taste great when smoked. It's really great. What kind of smoker do you have? grilling_smilie.gif
post #3 of 5
Looking tasty, better get some hot sauce out!
post #4 of 5
Tasty looking chicken! Brining is great for adding another level if flavor. But just to clarify, it's not necessary to get nice moist juicy meat.
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Just your standard double barrel smoker (firebox on the side), nuthin too fancy. I've made a couple of after market mods on it like real thermometers down low where the meat is at for better temperature monitoring. I have an oven door gasket that I got from a buddy who used to own an appliance repair shop, this dudes a smoking fanatic (I traded him a pump that he uses for a cold smoking contraption he made for smoking cheeses and spices and whatever) that I am planning on putting around the smoker lid to prevent as much heat/smoke loss as possible. Maybe I'll put some pneumatic tires on it for ease of rolling from here to there.

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