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Buttermilk hot sauce marinade.

post #1 of 10
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I did a whole bird on the weekend with this marinade that turned out amazing. I find sometimes a salt brine changes the texture of the meat, this marinade produced a amazing bird.
4 cups buttermilk
1 cup Tabasco or equivalent
1tbs each pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and salt.
1/2 tbs cayenne pepper.
Mix everything up, soak the bird over night.
Rinse the bird before cooking and cook.
Really good. Enjoy
post #2 of 10

I'm going to dig a hole under your fence

post #3 of 10

If it's as good as when done with Frying the Bird , it'll be phenomenal . I do my Pan Fried Chicken in a soak like this and love it...only I go from wet to dry mix (no patting dry) , then in hot oil... YUMMO :icon_exclaim:

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Originally Posted by isaac View Post

I did a whole bird on the weekend with this marinade that turned out amazing. I find sometimes a salt brine changes the texture of the meat, this marinade produced a amazing bird.
4 cups buttermilk
1 cup Tabasco or equivalent
1tbs each pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and salt.
1/2 tbs cayenne pepper.
Mix everything up, soak the bird over night.
Rinse the bird before cooking and cook.
Really good. Enjoy

Is that really not a missprint 1 cup tobasco? How many bottles of tobasco is that?

post #5 of 10
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no that is no Misprint . It's one cup of Tabasco sauce or equivalent i.e. Frank's hot sauce or something like that. I'm in Canada and at Costco we get big bottles of Tabasco sauce probably about a cup and a half per bottle.
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Originally Posted by isaac View Post

no that is no Misprint . It's one cup of Tabasco sauce or equivalent i.e. Frank's hot sauce or something like that. I'm in Canada and at Costco we get big bottles of Tabasco sauce probably about a cup and a half per bottle.

I love me some heat. If that's the deal then I'm in! 

post #7 of 10
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You could accually put more in. My 9year old son loved it and he's not to keen on hot stuff. With the one cup it's pretty mild. I was 250f in the smoker I just built until I hit 170f. Then let rest. I recomend it, it's really good chicken.
post #8 of 10

sounds very tasty - I'm going to try this on my next bird.  Thanks

post #9 of 10

that buttermilk and hot sauce chicken sounds great, i wish the misses would eat that. t would love to cook a whole that way, i just will have to stick to a few pieces for myself and smoke her a few of just rubbed ones. thanks for the recipe.

dannylang

post #10 of 10
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Originally Posted by oldschoolbbq View Post
 

If it's as good as when done with Frying the Bird , it'll be phenomenal . I do my Pan Fried Chicken in a soak like this and love it...only I go from wet to dry mix (no patting dry) , then in hot oil... YUMMO :icon_exclaim:

I do mine the same old school , except I go from the soak to dry mix , then thru some fresh buttermilk , back to the dry mix then into the cast iron skillet . So good . 

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