MAKES: 10 Pieces
PREP: 15 Min
COOK: 45 mins
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
- Lane's SPF53 Rub
- 10 Chicken Pieces (We used all legs)
- 2 Cups SR Flour
- 3 Tbsp baking powder
- Spray oil (Canola or vegetable is fine)
- 1/2 Cup Milk
- 1/2 Cup Buttermilk
- 2 Eggs
- Firstly, you need to create your wet and dry coating. in a large bowl combine your dry ingredients (Flour and baking powder) then add approx 2 Tbsp of Lane's SPF Rub.
- Combine the Milk, Buttermilk, and eggs in another bowl
- Dip your chicken in the wet coating then the dry coating and set on a wire rack. Repeat until all your chicken pieces are coated
- Start up a full chimney of charcoal and dump into the centre of your kettle in baskets or a kettle cone if you have one.
- Place a small chunk of wood on the coals (we used pecan)
- Spray the chicken with and even coat of spray oil and place around the outside of the cooking grate (indirect heat)
- For perfectly done chicken you want to aim for a temp of around 200c you may need to remove some fuel or tweak your vents depending on conditions.
- After 20 mins check the pieces, you may need to rotate to brown the outside evenly.
- after another 15 mins check the chicken for an internal temp of 80c if it needs to brown a little more leave for another 10 mins and check again.
- Once done. take off the kettle and give the pieces another generous dusting with SPF53 and serve.
- If you want to take it to the next level, drizzle with Lane's Sort White