I created this marinade/rub for chicken on a whim and boy was it a HIT! We didn't have a big enough grill for chicken in a beer can, but this recipe knocked off everyone's socks. Give it a try tonight.
Everyone has their favorite method for grilling veggies, this is mine.
This basic method works for other vegetables too, including green onions and halved bell peppers. A bit of black pepper, fresh herbs, or parmesan cheese all make delicious finishing touches.
You will need 2 (15 x 6-inch) cedar grilling planks, and plan ahead the planks must be soaked in water for a minimum of 9 hours! This is a never fail recipe with complete instructions for the best tasting cedar-plank salmon you will ever have! Try to use seasoned salt for this, it really brings out tons of flavor! This salmon is even delicious without the lemon topping, adjust all ingredients to taste for the topping.
This recipe's roots are with Pacific coast indian tribes who would cook and smoke their fish and seafood tied to wooden boards and placed near an open fire. This version is done on your barbecue and produces results that will have you running to the lumberyard and fish market regularly
This is simply the best beer can chicken I have ever had. You first rub a spice mixture over the chicken, then baste it with a delicious glaze. We've had it many times this summer. Winter's coming, and I can't wait to try it in the oven! This recipe makes two chickens; simply cut it in half if you prefer just one.