Using a gas grill can be easier because you can control the fire with the turn of a button. The drawback is that you don’t get as good a smoked flavor. If your gas grill has a smoke box that sits on or between the burners, put wood chips or sawdust in it to give your chicken some smoky flavor. Or wrap some wood chips or sawdust envelope-style in heavy-duty foil. Poke holes in the top and set it on the grill’s lava rocks or burner to produce some smoke. Click the links below to get recipes for barbecue sauces that pair perfectly with the chicken.
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This does take a while, but it is the best grilled chicken I've ever had. My guests thought the same. So good. Just be prepared to put it on the grill EARLY!!
This is a fool proof method of grilling chicken!! It only takes an houron my barbie and the chicken is always moist and tender. The spice rubwith the Georgia Peach sauce has become a family favourite.
GREAT recipe. I usually ended up with overcooked, burnt barbequed chicken. The key is the low heat, which is somewhat of a challenge on my charcoal grill. This is definitely the most perfect grilled BBQ chicken I've made.
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