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First Spatchcock Chicken
edited September 2012
Doing my first spatchcock chicken. Which do you measure doneness, in the breast or the thigh? It probably doesn't matter but some might prefer one over the other. Thanks for any tips!
From my understanding the breast gets done before the thigh, so I would say test in the thigh.
HD is right. They say you should cook the breast to an internal temperature of 165, and the thigh to 185. I usually check the thigh but mainly because my wife likes the dark meat and only if its cooked to 195. I need to start quartering my chickens.
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Do double grate...chicken on top, pan of veggies underneath. I use evo, salt and pepper and a little chicken broth in the bottom. Found the recipe here....awesome. Just cut the veggies big or they get mushy.
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Checkout the Naked Whiz website, I use his exact method
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try spatchcocking it the day before throwing your favorite rub on it putting it on a baking sheet uncovered overnight in the fridge. It helps the skin crisp up and there is no need to flip it over during the cook. If I use my DigitQ I'll put the thermometer in the thigh and pull at 180° but check with a instant read thermometer for 160° in the breast. Take it inside and let it relax 10-15 mins under some foil slice and have some of the best chicken you've ever had! Its one of my favorite things on the Egg!
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