Smoked Chicken

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Amanda

Smoked Chicken

Last night I had a starter which was smoked chicken, salami, parma ham, olives and chutney and it was fabulous.

I am going to try and recreate the dish, however I have no idea how to make smoked chicken.

Can anyone help or point me in the right direction of a recipe please.

Many thanks,

Amanda



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TLS

Smoked Chicken

I have bought whole smoked chicken breast in Waitrose but I'm sure you can buy it in other places too. I wouldn't want to make my own.

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Amanda

Smoked Chicken

Thanks for the info. Why wouldn't you make it?

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Ruth Kelly

Smoked chicken

Hi there,

I have smoked both chicken and salmon at college this year and its fairly simple.

You could purchase a smoker if you wanted but if you have 2 deep oven trays with a wire rack you can smoke anything!

Basically you take one deep tray and cover the base with smoking chips or if you dont have them, dry rice and teabags of your choice will work. I always add a tiny amount of water to this as well. you then place the wire rack on top, ensuring it doesnt touch the rice/smoking chips, put your chicken on top and then cover with the other deep tray, make sure there are no gaps around the side, you can seal with foil.

You then just put it onto the cooker to start it smoking and can transfer it to the oven once started.

you just need to check the chicken after 25 min or so with a probe to ensure its cooked, if not obviously leave it for longer.

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Queen of Puds

smoked chicken

I bought a smoking bag once. Food tasted normal (i.e. it didn't really work) but the kitchen smelt odd for over a week.
How do you stop the pong infusing the whole house????

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sam from worthing

smoked chicken


do you have a bbq? lots of cheap smoking what nots adaptions available on ebay and amazon and lakeland.

and the chinese steam chicken portions under the bamboo steamer using gree tea leaves and a wok. saturday kitchen and james martin/ken hom have done this.

 
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