Monday, June 14, 2010

More Cookin' & Smokin'

Just an addendum to my post of a few weeks ago on stovetop smoking in the wok. I tried a chicken today--rubbed with a simple rub--salt, fresh crushed garlic, pepper, marjoram, and Indian paprika which is a little hot, but not excessively so--then two hours in the wok with hickory chips. I started it on a medium-high flame and turned it down to medium-low. It was about 170-deg. F when I opened the foil, and then I finished it off under the broiler for about 5 minutes on a side to crisp up the skin, and it's about the closest I've gotten to a grilled flavor indoors.

4 comments:

Family of Food said...

Sounds delicious. We grilled outside yesterday making some kabobs and corn.

Husband of Food said...

I was surprised how well the melon we put in the skewers grilled up. I think some of the water evaporated, concentrating and cooking its flavor. Several others complemented it as well.

MandiCrocker said...

Oh to own a grill!! Or to be closer to the Colberts!!! ;)

Yum! Yum! Yum!!!

Family of Food said...

IxNay on the OlbertKay, si vous plait.

No nombres, per favore.

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