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New Smoked Chicken Breast Recipe

February 13th, 2012

Smoked Chicken, Potatoes, and Salad

It’s a dream come true to be able to post new recipes and tips in my recipe library and here on my blog. Last week I finally got around to writing down my tips for smoking split bone-in chicken breasts. We’ve been cooking them about as long as we’ve been into low and slow barbecue, and I’ve learned a few tips and tricks that can help you crank out amazing barbecue very quickly and get raving reviews from your friends and customers.

Cooking outrageous barbecue is very easy if you listen to people with experience or follow their advice. On the other hand, making dog food is also very easy. I’m here to help you cut through trial and error and get right down to awesomeness.

Here is my recipe for bone-in chicken breasts. Check it out and give me a comment at the bottom of the page.

Have fun!

Lavern

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2 Responses to “New Smoked Chicken Breast Recipe”

  1. Leo Grigsby Says:

    My intrest’s are whole pig’s on my pr42. Also I would like to get some tip’s on smoking chicken, pork butt’s, smoking and or bar-b-queing rib’s.I built a pit in my back yard, to do pig’s . It was pretty good for 3 yr’s , I had no complaint’s from the the neighbor’s. They would come over every 4th of july and devour a 120# pig.Then I got serious in 2011 and purchased the pr42,now I want to get ready for july 4th 2012. So with that said, I would welcome any and all tip’s and or just plain instruction’s on how best to use my pr42.From how much charcoal to use so that I do not need to get up and tend the smoker over night. To can I smoke butt’s and chicken and or rib’s at the same time? ( I did get the 2nd tier ss grate) Thank’s for any and all help….. Grizz

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    Lavern Reply:

    @Leo Grigsby, thanks for asking. Yes, you can absolutely do butts, chicken, and ribs at the same time. Please check my recipe library and feel free to ask if you have more questions:

    http://www.smokymtbarbecue.com/recipes/

    Thanks,
    Lavern

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