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Smoked Chicken Quarters - This recipe begins with a brine in order to suck moisture into the meat and keep it tender while cooking. Warm a pot of water and mix your salt and sugar until dissolved. Let the mixture cool and add your chicken quarters to the water. Let the chicken brine in the salty sweet mixture for at least 6 hours. Light your smoker to 220 degrees and mix oil and remaining dry rub seasoning ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Rub olive oil and seasoning mixture to fully coat…

Smoked Chicken Quarters - This recipe begins with a brine in order to suck moisture into the meat and keep it tender while cooking. Warm a pot of water and mix your salt and sugar until dissolved. Let the mixture cool and add your chicken quarters to the water. Let the chicken brine in the salty sweet mixture for at least 6 hours. Light your smoker to 220 degrees and mix oil and remaining dry rub seasoning ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Rub olive oil and seasoning mixture to fully coat…

Here's a collection of smoked chicken quarter recipes for tender skin and also a faster hybrid smoke and grill combo for crisp skin. Happy Q-ing!

Here's a collection of smoked chicken quarter recipes for tender skin and also a faster hybrid smoke and grill combo for crisp skin. Happy Q-ing!

Smoked Chicken Quarters - This recipe begins with a brine in order to suck moisture into the meat and keep it tender while cooking. Warm a pot of water and mix your salt and sugar until dissolved. Let the mixture cool and add your chicken quarters to the water. Let the chicken brine in the salty sweet mixture for at least 6 hours. Light your smoker to 220 degrees and mix oil and remaining dry rub seasoning ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Rub olive oil and seasoning mixture to fully coat…

Smoked Chicken Quarters - This recipe begins with a brine in order to suck moisture into the meat and keep it tender while cooking. Warm a pot of water and mix your salt and sugar until dissolved. Let the mixture cool and add your chicken quarters to the water. Let the chicken brine in the salty sweet mixture for at least 6 hours. Light your smoker to 220 degrees and mix oil and remaining dry rub seasoning ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Rub olive oil and seasoning mixture to fully coat…

Smoked Chicken Quarters - This recipe begins with a brine in order to suck moisture into the meat and keep it tender while cooking. Warm a pot of water and mix your salt and sugar until dissolved. Let the mixture cool and add your chicken quarters to the water. Let the chicken brine in the salty sweet mixture for at least 6 hours. Light your smoker to 220 degrees and mix oil and remaining dry rub seasoning ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Rub olive oil and seasoning mixture to fully coat…

Smoked Chicken Quarters - This recipe begins with a brine in order to suck moisture into the meat and keep it tender while cooking. Warm a pot of water and mix your salt and sugar until dissolved. Let the mixture cool and add your chicken quarters to the water. Let the chicken brine in the salty sweet mixture for at least 6 hours. Light your smoker to 220 degrees and mix oil and remaining dry rub seasoning ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Rub olive oil and seasoning mixture to fully coat…

Sweet, spicy, slow smoked Chicken Leg Quarters

Smoked Chicken Leg Quarters with Heinz BBQ Texas Bold & Spicy BBQ Sauce

Rub Seasoning Mix for Grilled or Smoked Pork or Chicken

Rub Seasoning Mix for Grilled or Smoked Pork or Chicken

Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Applewood Smoked Chicken recipe from Patrick and Gina Neely

Applewood Smoked Chicken

Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Applewood Smoked Chicken recipe from Patrick and Gina Neely

How to Smoke a Hickory Chicken Hickory wood is a dense and hard wood that promotes a bold flavor. Since some people think hickory by itself can be overwhelming to the light chicken meat, we recommend using a combination of a fruit wood like apple, cherry or pecan and burn half and half for a balance of smoky flavor that pairs great with chicken.

How to Smoke a Hickory Chicken Hickory wood is a dense and hard wood that promotes a bold flavor. Since some people think hickory by itself can be overwhelming to the light chicken meat, we recommend using a combination of a fruit wood like apple, cherry or pecan and burn half and half for a balance of smoky flavor that pairs great with chicken.