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This was the first time I used my new smoker to smoke a chicken. The chicken was very flavorful, juicy and tender. The only thing I did different was to use pineapple juice instead of apple. Great

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GregV March 06, 2005

A-MAZ-ING! I made this for a work potluck, and used all chicken legs. I just dumped all the marinade ingredients in a zip-lock bag and added the chicken. Marinaded overnight and then smoked in my smoker with a mix of apple and hickory chips. In the water pan i used a mix of apple juice, water and black cherry whiskey. Received nothing by rave reviews. Thanks for posting

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911spatcher June 23, 2012

This was absolutely fantastically delicious!! I used a whole chicken, cut up. I injected with the marinade the night before and applied the rub the next morning. I also used the Kansas City Dry Rub (#52711 - Which is also fantastic, btw) My only regret is that I only made ONE chicken. There were no leftovers.

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HeatherN April 30, 2011

I did this on my gas smoker and it was so simple and turned out wonderful,the apple juice raelly added a great flavor. Archie

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archiejulie February 04, 2007

First off let me tell you this smoked chicken turned out perfect and was so delicious. I followed your recipe exactly using legs and thighs and misting with apple juice every 30 minutes. My DH and I smoked three different recipes and we prefered this one overall. I used Kansas City Dry Rub (#52711) for the barbeque spice. Oh yeh this was the first time I ever injected a marinade into meat; and that was quite fun and it really made a world of difference in taste. Thanks a whole whole lots KC_Cooker....

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Sheri-BDB March 17, 2006

This was an excellent recipe. I used Chicken legs with back attached. Ted Reader's "Bone Dust" bbq rub was used. finished chicken on bbq with apple juice basting instead of doing it on the smoker.

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Bngstr August 22, 2005
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