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6 pound chicken question

Harris BuckHarris Buck Posts: 45
edited 12:05AM in EggHead Forum
Is 350 too high to cook? Avg time per pound?

Also, I'm assuming around 165-170 temp to complete?

Thanks for any help.
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  • SlotmercenarySlotmercenary Posts: 1,071
    350 is fine, 15-20 mpp, don't worrry about the time as much as the internal temp and that will work out fine. you can kick up the temp at the end for a crisper skin
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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 7,821
    Spatchcocked a 6#er a few weeks back. 375F indirect high in large on grid extender. Took about 1 hour and change breasts were around 160, thighs 170F. Iced breasts for 15 minutes per mad max's turkey recipe.
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  • Thank you!
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  • DaleDale Posts: 41
    with that big of a chicken, the breast will tend to be done way before the dark meat, so ice on the breast (the chicken, that is)is a great idea.
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