Spatchcock Chicken

My husband has been going crazy with his "Big Green Egg".  
He has been doing ALL of the cooking, lately. 
 I'm not complaining-when it's hot I really don't like spending all of my time in the kitchen being cooked by a hot oven and stove.  
I'm more of a spring, fall, and winter cooking girl.

I am also not much of a butcher.  
 I guess it's a man thing--he is always watching "You Tube" videos on how to cut meat a certain way.

I really thought he was making something up when he told me that we were having 
Spatchcock Chicken for dinner.

I asked him what it was and he showed me this--


So, I was intrigued--I've never had or even heard of spatchcock chicken before.
I do really like saying it, though

Here is what our chicken looked like after they had been spatchcocked--


Well, there is no way in the world that my cookin' hubby is going to make any type of marinade, so he went to the store and came home with this--


I think that he went a little CRAZY!!

Then he decided to pull out the marinader (is that a word??--another man thing).


I hope that y'all don't think that I'm making fun of him, because I am not.

Because even with all of his marinades and videos we had chicken that looked like this--


 
 and tasted even better.

To cook the chicken:

Heat the grill to 400 degrees and grill for approximately 1 1/2 hours or until internal temperature reaches 165 degrees.


Enjoy,

1 comment:

  1. He went crazy for spatchcock! Sabrina the chicken looks so delectable send me some :) I hope everyone is safe and secure in New Orleans.

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