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I made so many changes, but had happy diners. Isn't that what counts? <br/>I made a half batch of the spice mix (minus the cayenne) and liberally applied it to country pork ribs. Then I cooked them on high in the crockpot. When tender they were removed, slathered with BBQ sauce, and glazed in the oven. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I really liked the rub for this chicken, gave BBQ chicken a whole new dimension. Only thing I changed was to use drumsticks. Made for ZWT9
5 Stars without a doubt! I used my own home made bbq sauce because I can't have the store bought ones, but that's the only change I made to the ingredients. Also I grilled it in the oven which worked perfectly. I'll definitely make this again and put the bird on the real grill, too ;-) Thanks for posting this excellent recipe!
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I thought this recipe was great. I cut it down for 2 servings. I used bone in breast. Very simple and the spices just made the recipe. My neighbors thought I was crazy grilling on my deck in snow and 10 degree weather but, that was the key to making this recipe taste great. Made for your win in Football Pool- Super bowl 11. Thanks for sharing.
I used boneless skinless chicken breasts, and wish I had used skin on chicken pieces. I think this recipe would be much better with the skin, or even using boneless skinless thighs. I made this exactly as posted, and my boneless skinless breasts were a little overcooked, even though they were huge. This is my fault and not the recipes....I enjoyed the hint of cinnamon in the spice mix. Barely noticeable in the finished product, but every now and then you catch a hint of it. Made for your win in Football tag, Week 14 2010!
This is a very tasty and simple recipe for BBQ chicken I believe the cinnamon and the combination of seasonings gave it a delicious and unique taste!!!:) We barbequed it and served with a coconut mango rice and stuffed zucchini.
What a lovely suprise, I made this dish with my kitchen grill and wasn't sure how it would turn out...but it was awesome. We enjoyed this dish very much. It was quick and so easy to make. We loved the flavor and the texture of the chicken. I used boneless, skinless breasts. Served this with Creole Cornbread stuffing they complimented each other beautifully. We had the leftovers the next day as a lovely spicy sandwich. I can't wait to make this again. Thank you for sharing. :)
Originally rated on 8/25/09 - This recipe made it into my book#266453. There is nothing better than bbq chicken in the summer and this recipe was fantastic and packed with flavor. We all really loved this. There is just a little kick due to the cayenne (use more if you like a lot of kick). I assumed that the 1/2 cup of brown sugar was to be added to 1/2 cup of bbq sauce.? At any rate, that's what I did and it tasted fantastic. Thanks for an excellent recipe to add to our grilling cookbook. This will definitely be made again and again!
Great flavors! I used a homemade bbq sauce with sweet and smoky flavors. Thanks for sharing!
Absolutely delicious chicken! I used boneless skinless breasts, otherwise made as specified and wouldn't change a thing. The spices in the rub were outstanding and went so well with the sweet and smoky bbq sauce. Loved this chicken - thanks for posting the recipe!