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Smoking two chickens in old style green egg

WoogerooWoogeroo Posts: 43
edited 12:33PM in EggHead Forum
Heya folks... [p]I am currently smoking two chickens in our old style green egg... one chicken in laying on a rack on the grill and the other is on the upright chicken holder rack thingee... I forget the proper name... anyhoo, I guess havin' two upright racks would prolly be better... I was just curious as to what you folks do when smokin' two chickens at once, that is, if you do. [p]weeeeeeeee.[p]Just thought I would ask... [p]happy smokin' [p]-Woogeroo

Comments

  • Woogeroo,[p]Try putting those chickens on the vertical roaster upside down (legs in the air). It makes for a juicier breast since the fat drips down from the dark meat over the breast. And if you cook at 350* you'll get a nice crisp skin.[p]Bill
  • nikkignikkig Posts: 514
    Woogeroo,
    We always do two spatchcocked chickens. We just did a couple the other night. One with Dizzy Pigs Tsumani Spin, and the other with Ken Stones Red Rooster. Both turned out very good.[p]~nikki

  • BlueSmokeBlueSmoke Posts: 1,678
    nikkig,
    Thanks for the compliment. Tsunami Spin is "a tough act to follow." I'm glad my little red rooster was up to it.[p]Ken

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