Smoked Chicken Breast

Chicken breast takes incredibly well to smoke flavor over fresh coals and makes for amazing platters to serve all of your friends!

Chicken breast is great so many ways though, and unless you’re serving it with a bacon salad, is healthy grilled, smoked, or made into fajitas.


- Boneless skinless chicken breast - Olive oil - Salt - Pepper - Sweet and spicy poultry for the platter: - Ears corn - Olive oil - Cumin - Pineapple - Avocados - Cherry tomatoes


Pat the chicken dry and prep the grill for offset smoking aiming for a temperature of 225 to 250 by stacking the coals one side of the grill.

While the smoker comes to temperature, rub the chicken with the olive oil and season liberally with salt, pepper, and your favorite spicy poultry blend.

Once the smoker is ready, to lay wood chips over the embers and arrange the chicken on the cooler side of the grill.

Close the lid and allow the chicken to smoke, opening minimally to avoid letting smoke and heat out, until the chicken is cooked through.

Add the corn the last 20 minutes or so, to allow the corn to pick up smoke flavor. When the chicken is cooked, remove from heat and rest in foil.

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