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Smoked Maple BBQ Spatchcocked Chicken

Bummed

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This was another first for me, first full chicken and spatchcocked. I took this off Jeff's recipe. I got a heck of deal and couldn't pass it up.


First I spatchcocked it and brined it overnight in water, kosher salt and dark brown sugar. I definitely need to get some good shears.


Took it out in the morning and rinsed it off and let it air dry in the fridge for a couple hours. Applied the pure maple syrup and sprinkled it with bourbon brown sugar seasoning.


Got the smoker ready at 250 and filled the chip tray with Maple and a bit of Pecan.


Let it smoke for an hour and put my new iGrill2 to use, 1 in the breast and 1 in the thigh. Applied my first basting of maple syrup and spice. It ended up taking 4 hours but it was so worth it.



Pictures really don't show just how juicy it was. Can't wait to have leftovers!
 

pit 4 brains

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Nice work, great lookin bird!
 
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b-one

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Looks great! If you try brining I put a quarter cup of syrup in brine once it came threw on the chicken really well.
 

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Great looking chicken!

It looks delicious!

Point!

Al
 

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