Pulled chicken is one of the most delicious smoked meats you’re going to get your taste buds on. It’s also one of the healthiest. It is far superior to grilling chicken. It requires more patience as it takes on average 3-4 hours to do, not counting prep time. The end product is the most juicy, succulent, and tasty chicken you will ever eat. It is well worth the wait. Today, I am going to demonstrate just how easy it is to make pulled chicken from a whole chicken (using techniques bestowed upon me by the Chicken King of the Midwest, pitmaster Matt Frampton, a fellow author on this site.
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Here is a rub that I came up with that I’m hoping to use in a contest this year. It’s only 4 degrees outside, so I’m going to try this rub, along with a method I learned about for making chicken skin perfect when cooking, low and slow in the oven at the temps I want on the cooker. I realize this is sac-relig, but it will give me a good idea of the results for both the skin technique and the rub (and a good dinner!). I’ll link this to that recipe…but here’s this if it’s all you need!
This recipe took 8th Place in the Springfield Days BBQ Comp
- 1 Family Pack of Chicken Thighs (Hy-Vee)
- Marinade thighs
- Heat Smoker using favorite rig and fuel source
- Season Chicken, recipe follows
- Pan Chicken, recipe follows
- Season Chicken again, recipe follows
- Sauce Chicken, recipe follows
Smoke @ 300 degrees F on Weber Kettle grill
Place the thighs in an extra-large re-sealable plastic bag (or divide between two smaller bags) and pour the dressing over the top. Squeeze out any excess air from the bag, and roll to coat all of the meat. Refrigerate for 3 hours