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After a heart attack Doc told me to try skinning chicken and coating it with mayo before grilling. It worked! It worked really well. One of the few things he said I actually tried and son-of-a-gun if he wasn't right.......LOL

 

Anyone ever try it smoking vice grilling using a mayo coating?? We use mustard as a binder.

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I used mayo as a binder once when I was out of mustard and oil.. seemed to be fine. I used it when I garlic parn crusted chickeb vreast in the oven.. its great. Never thought to try the garkic parm coated breast on the smoker though! Hmmmmm...
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I have used mayo a few times it kind of melts away, usually use helman's. I had left the skin on though.

I like to spread a thin coat on corn on the cob sprinkle with salt, pepper and a bit of cayenne and grated parm cheese, wrap in foil and grill turning a few times so it doesn't burn.

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I just smoked 2 chickens and used Kraft mayo with the peppercorns in it. Nobody really liked it on sandwiches so I figured I'd try it to help get rid of it. It just melted away and couldn't tell it was there but it spread good and the rub stuck very well.
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Originally Posted by MeatSmokin View Post

I just smoked 2 chickens and used Kraft mayo with the peppercorns in it. Nobody really liked it on sandwiches so I figured I'd try it to help get rid of it. It just melted away and couldn't tell it was there but it spread good and the rub stuck very well.

 

As long as it isn't Miracle Whip :wink:

post #6 of 7
Good on Smoked Corn too. :)-
post #7 of 7
Good on fish too. Especially salmon.
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