Super Easy Dutch Oven BBQ Chicken

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Super Easy Dutch Oven BBQ Chicken

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Post by toms » Sat Sep 06, 2008 11:34 am

After the Dutch Oven net on September 4, 2008, Montego sent me an email and asked me to put this recipe on the forum. I have seen him make this with chicken wings and drum sticks. It was very good. In fact I only manged to get 2 wings before the pot was empty ( turned around to find a place to set the lid down and when I came back all the chicken was gone!)

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This is one of the easiest recipes I know of. It works great in a Dutch Oven. I learned of it during a camping trip.

Super Easy Dutch Oven BBQ Chicken


Ingredients:
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Chicken, enough to almost fill your Dutch Oven
1 or 2 bottles of BBQ sauce - (whatever is on sale will be fine).
Salt & Pepper to taste

Very lightly oil the DO pot & lid inside. I use olive oil, but any oil is probably fine (Not WD40!) Put the chicken in the DO. Leave some room for sauce & room to stir.
Dump 1 or 2 bottles of BBQ sauce on & stir around a little to get the sauce all over.

Put the lid on and get that pot hot. Some people will say to put a certain number of coals on the top, and a certain number of coals on the bottom, but I just shovel "some" coals under the DO, and put slightly more on the top. Watch the pot & when it starts making sizzling noises or steams, you better get to stirring. Stir often while cooking to prevent the bottom from burning. Add coals if/when necessary. Use a knife to peek inside the chicken to check when it's done.
Montego

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Re: Super Easy Dutch Oven BBQ Chicken

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Post by cruiserlarry » Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:05 am

toms wrote:After the Dutch Oven net on September 4, 2008, Montego sent me an email and asked me to put this recipe on the forum. I have seen him make this with chicken wings and drum sticks. It was very good. In fact I only manged to get 2 wings before the pot was empty ( turned around to find a place to set the lid down and when I came back all the chicken was gone!)

Quote from Montego:
This is one of the easiest recipes I know of. It works great in a Dutch Oven. I learned of it during a camping trip.

Super Easy Dutch Oven BBQ Chicken


Ingredients:
--------------
Chicken, enough to almost fill your Dutch Oven
1 or 2 bottles of BBQ sauce - (whatever is on sale will be fine).
Salt & Pepper to taste

Very lightly oil the DO pot & lid inside. I use olive oil, but any oil is probably fine (Not WD40!) Put the chicken in the DO. Leave some room for sauce & room to stir.
Dump 1 or 2 bottles of BBQ sauce on & stir around a little to get the sauce all over.

Put the lid on and get that pot hot. Some people will say to put a certain number of coals on the top, and a certain number of coals on the bottom, but I just shovel "some" coals under the DO, and put slightly more on the top. Watch the pot & when it starts making sizzling noises or steams, you better get to stirring. Stir often while cooking to prevent the bottom from burning. Add coals if/when necessary. Use a knife to peek inside the chicken to check when it's done.
Montego

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Re: Super Easy Dutch Oven BBQ Chicken

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Post by big dave » Sun Sep 07, 2008 3:37 am

Can we just get to the eating part already?
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