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De-boned stuffed chicken (step by step q-view)

post #1 of 12
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Well I saw the video and it had to be done. I kept a sink full of hot clean water so I could clean my hands.  I had to start and stop the video a bunch lol.

 

I started out with a small chicken.

 

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I made the little lollipops.  Going to get a pack of wings and make a crap load these where great.

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Then the fun began

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Looks like a little monster tearing out LMAO.  At this point I am half done about 15 min in.  Not as fast as dude in video but not to bad.

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Onto the legs

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De-boned and ready for the stuffing.

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The missus wanted me to try a spinach stuffing.  I used 2tbsp of mushroom soup, fresh spinach, chopped onion and diced up some mushrooms

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Here it is with the stuffing

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Wrapped and ready

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Next onto the grill

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Threw on so sliced taters mmmmmmmm so good

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I wrapped it and let it rest in microwave for about half an hour.

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And here is the wifes plate.  I decided to stick with the spinach theme and sauted spinach, onions and mushrooms.

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This turned out to be a fantastic meal I will do again.  Next time I will have a drip pan under my bird between the stuffing and the bird the liquid was pouring (and I mean pouring out) or it.  Cut up all parts were super juicy and tasted great.  Oh yeah I hit this with a simple rub of Thyme, oregano, sage, salt and pepper.  It was smoked using hickory and one small chunk of birch.

 

Thanks for looking.

post #2 of 12

Dennis - huge thumbs up for the pictures and tasty looking meal you shared. I'd be intimidated to de-bone a chicken but you made it look pretty easy.

post #3 of 12

So how hard was it to de-bone the bird? That video made it look easy but I am guessing it was a little harder being your first time and all.

post #4 of 12

Very nice - how long did the deboning process take? That looks very tasty for sure

post #5 of 12

That looks great, and I want to try it.  The lolliepop things have me wanting to do them too.  Good Job

post #6 of 12

vn bird, very anxious to try it. let me say i love this site im becoming addicted to it, checking it everyday for awesome stuff like this.

post #7 of 12

Looks really good!What did you season those taters with they look awsome?

post #8 of 12

Wow that looks awesome    very nice meal

post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by rbranstner View Post

So how hard was it to de-bone the bird? That video made it look easy but I am guessing it was a little harder being your first time and all.


I was actually just as easy as he makes it look in the video.  It just took me alot longer

 

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Originally Posted by Scarbelly View Post

Very nice - how long did the deboning process take? That looks very tasty for sure


From start to finish about 45 minutes including starting and stopping video.

 

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Originally Posted by jlmacc View Post

Looks really good!What did you season those taters with they look awsome?

The tater's are evoo with some salt and pepper they turned out fantastic
 

post #10 of 12

Hey smokind,

I was wondering how you were doing. Looks like you're doing pretty darn good!

 

Nice job!

 

Bear

post #11 of 12

Now you are the Deboning Man. Dennis yyou did a great job and I would have to say that Jacques Peppin would be very proud of you. I also saw that video and I will also have to de-bone me a chicken. I used to buy stuffed chickens from a Cajun Deli here in town. They were charging 18-22 dollars for stuffed birds that were stuffed with boudan or jambalia and other cajun goodies. Now I think I will be stuffing my own here shortly. Great Job my Friend and you have to get some  for this bird or just a great big Thumbs up thingy now days.

post #12 of 12

That sir is one mighty fine looking meal and has made my stomach start growling. Great job on the presentation.

 

~Joe

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