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4 Chickens

MickeyTMickeyT Posts: 607
edited 5:05PM in EggHead Forum
<p />Just in case anyone wanted to cook 4 chickens at the same time.............[p]This is how I did it.[p]Mick


  • MickeyT,
    Is that a large or medium Egg? Thanks.nde

  • MickeyT,[p]I trick that I've discovered is putting the chickens on the vertical roaster with the legs up and breasts down. This allows the juices from the dark meat to flow down over the breasts and keep them moist. Also, the grill temp is always a little lower than the dome temp so you'd be cooking the dark meat at a slightly higher temp than the breast (which has a tendency to dry out more easily).[p]Bill
  • MickeyTMickeyT Posts: 607
    Strm2Smoke,[p]that's a large.[p]Mick

  • Grill With Bill,[p]I've heard of standing on one's head to get the blood to flow up there. [p]never thought of it for dead chickens. It'll look funny, but I gotta try it.[p]cb
  • djm5x9djm5x9 Posts: 1,342
    char buddy:[p]Works with turkeys also . . . Plus the breast and legs seem to get done at about the same time.
  • djm5x9,[p]and this is not some 'sky hook' boy scout camp kinda thing - right?[p]Will a neck fit over a Willie's chicken sitter?[p]

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