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Chicken thighs on a bed of Rosemary

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  • Chicken thighs on a bed of Rosemary

    Like the Pulled Pork, this is done at a low fire but not a lot of smoke. Oven temp was at 370 floor and 500 roof. A low oak fire was maintained on one side behind my homemade barrier - this prevents scorching.

    The thighs are placed on an aluminium foil covered jelly roll pan (medium) for ease of cleaning. I put about 1/3 pound of fresh cut rosemary tips (about 6 in long) under all of the thighs.

    The fat trimmed thighs are salted and peppered on the meat side only.

    Pack the thighs tight on the pan over the rosemary. Rub with a little olive oil only.

    Place in oven opposing the lit fire and toward the middle.

    Door is left open. Fire should be maintained with about 6 inches of flame.

    Rotate thighs every 1/2 hour - done in 45 min.

    To finish - turn thighs over and give the meat side about 10 min of heat, then turn back over for 10 min to crisp the skin.

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    Re: Chicken thighs on a bed of Rosemary

    They look delicious. How much rosemary flavor made it to the chicken? Bruce
    Link to my build here:
    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f6/3...lly-19181.html

    Check out my pictures here:

    Selected pictures of the build.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/1168565...g&noredirect=1





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