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Chicken and ribs indirect same day????

markdmarkd Posts: 3
edited 4:52AM in EggHead Forum
Hi...I just got my egg and am so fired up...I was thinking after reading all the forum posts....If I wanted to indirect cook both chicken and ribs on the same day...could I cook them all together until the ribs are done at 250 degress and then take off the ribs and crank up the heat to 400 and cook the chicken for another 30 mins or so???? if this doesnt work any other suggestions how I could do both same day?

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  • JCOJCO Posts: 49
    Using the 3-2-1 method on the ribs, they'll take about 5 hours. A whole chicken takes about 7 hours (smoked). So, you can either start the chicken earlier to end them both at the same time, or just eat the ribs and save the smoked chicken for later (like a Jambalaya or something).
  • Here is something to consider - when you cook chicken at low temps - the skin can get rubbery. I like to cook chicken in-direct - but at about 300 to 325 at dome temperature. Ribs - not so hot, at 250 degrees.

    But the other, more **practical** concern should be - cooking things that are similar in temperature and time to doneness.

    For example, do a rack or 2 of ribs and a tritip roast at the same time......

    OR - do something that can use the same temps and technique with radically different times, like - direct grilling chicken and corn at the same time.


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    Corn takes a while, but depending on the cut of the chicken, the meat will go faster......

    Not sure if this helps or complicates things.

    Good luck, practice and experiments will be the way to discover how to do things.

    Post pictures of what you're cooking!!
  • markdmarkd Posts: 3
    thanks alot everyone...gonna try tomorrow so we'll see how it goes!
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