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Chicken Breast

Have done boneless breast before. Is the time and temp different with a bone in breast?
Thanks
Big Cat

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  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,400
    Big Cat,
    I cook b/s breasts direct at 400. Definitely cook much quicker than the bone-in. 4-5 minutes per side. I always use my polder when doing breast meat. 165 is always perfect and juicy. Anything over 175 will be dry.[p]Have fun!
    NB

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  • Sorry,
    The times I mentioned of 4-5 minutes a side, was the last ones I did on the small egg. They cook faster being close to the coals. Probably more like 5-10 minutes a side if further from the coals, like on the large.
    Cheers
    NB

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
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    <p />Big Cat, if time permits, check ou the link - Mustard Marinated and done indirect at 350 degrees for about 1.45 hours - cooked to an internal temp of 170 degrees.

    [ul][li]Mustard Marinated CB[/ul]
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