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Cornell Chicken

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Post Sun Jun 27, 2004 10:21 pm
McSherry rare
rare

Posts: 42
Location: Washington, Seattle (Kirkland)
I know this really belongs in testimonials, but I was so happy with the Cornell Chicken recipe in BBQ USA that I just had to mention it here as well.

If you haven't tried the Cornell Chicken Steven metions in his BBQ USA book, I highly recommend it. Probably the best barbecue chicken I've tasted and it even persuaded my wife to begin eating something other than boneless chicken breast!

There are two options - direct heat and indirect. I opted for the direct method and had no problems with burning before it got completely done on the inside.
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Post Wed Jun 30, 2004 9:28 pm
ryno23 medium-rare
medium-rare

Posts: 74
Location: Manitowoc,WI
I have also made this chicken and love it!!!!!!!!!! I've done both indirect on the gas grill and direct on the weber and both have turned out great.

Post Sat Feb 28, 2015 9:04 pm
ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
BBQ Deputy

Posts: 7749
Location: Stoughton, WI
Rather than start a new thread I thought I'd bring this one back just for grins. Because Cornell Chicken is really, really good. :wink:

Recently I used a family pack of chicken thighs for Cornell Chicken.
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If there's a downside it's that the chicken requires constant attention and for people with sensitive skin (like me) it's just asking for a breakout, but in the end it's worth it. Fortunately my first move after bringing something from the grill into the house is a dash for the bathroom or laundry room so I can wash up ASAP. :wink:
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Any direct-grilled chicken is likely to have crispy skin but it seems to turn out especially well with Cornell Chicken.
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I don't know why I don't make CC more often. Thanks, Dr. Bob! :thumbup:


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