P-lo Grilled Smoked Chicken🍗. While the grill preheats, remove the chicken from the brine and pat dry. Rub with the minced garlic and Traeger Big Game Rub. Whatever you choose to use, I recommend you pick something with a red color or paprika content, because it'll help.
Pulling smoked chicken is easy, affordable, and can be prepared ahead of time. We have tried using a whole chicken for this meal, but we have found that Plus, using chicken thighs allows you to smoke at a little higher temperature than normally since the thighs retain so much moisture compared to the. Nadie puede resistirse a un delicioso 🍗 con 🍟. You can cook P-lo Grilled Smoked Chicken🍗 using 5 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of P-lo Grilled Smoked Chicken🍗
- You need 1 family pack of chicken legs.
- You need 4 of chicken breasts.
- It’s of Montreal chicken seasoning.
- Prepare of Montreal steak season (little).
- It’s of Garlic powder.
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P-lo Grilled Smoked Chicken🍗 instructions
- Season chicken..
- Use layer of instant light charcoal and wood, let it get good and hot (perfect about 325°F) wood will still most likely have flames. You can see my wood and charcoal in picture in next step.
- Once hot, place breast and chicken on grill (I put breast on top layer, rack legs on bottom, bones toward fire and close rack)..
- About 20 minutes in, I put breast in middle with grill open and let the fire flame them about 5 min, 2-3 minutes each side then return to top layer).
- Flip and move around occasionally for even heating… I do reseason with garlic powder a little.
- Keep cover and flipping.
- Making sure temperature maintains a 275 to 300 heat.
- Keeping chicken leg bone in and making sure over heat and flip and rotate.
- Flip n rotate breast as well just less frequent.
- An hour later I close vents on side NO VENTS OPEN… Gives good smoke flavor.
- At this point don't worry about temp on grill…about 5-10 minutes after I check and flip. They should be done by this point but I cover and let go …continue like this approximately 20-30 minutes total from closing vents… Will look like this..
- If want to add bbq sauce, add about 15 minutes before closing vents. Have a bowl with sauce ready, throw all the chicken in and flip it together fast to put back on the grill..
We are no strangers to the smoker and slow & low BBQ. We've spent many hours with the mesquite Yet we just didn't think about smoking a chicken in the smoker. However that thought did creep into our minds recently as we had the BBQ craving. Grill-smoking a chicken is similar to grill-roasting it, but with the addition of wood chunks or chips to the fire and a drip pan with water to promote smoke. Choose the wood according to the degree and kind of smoky flavor desired.