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Chicken with hay

Post  Treegje on Sat Jan 10, 2009 6:48 pm

All ingredients

Chicken
hay (dried grass )
pineapple
beer



My hay is green, Because I have it dried inside the house (Very quickly) 4 days

Wet rub

2 parts mustard
2 parts dried onions
2 parts paprika
2 parts salt
1 part garlic powder
1 part coriander
1 part cumin
1 part pepper
1 part olive oil



Hay mixture with beer and pineapple



stuffed chicken



It was cold



My bbq set up



http://proq.forumotion.com/member-s-mods-and-inventions-f16/smaller-water-pan-holder-t512.htm

ready to submit the grill



The chickens are ready
Beer can chicken for the children

v



Hot-packed



Ready





I am really sorry guys, But I have no further photographs
I was so excited That I forgot it

It was very nice .
I will certainly make it for friends

You should try it
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Re: Chicken with hay

Post  All Weather Griller on Mon Jan 12, 2009 1:38 pm

That looks superb Treegje.

Where did you get the grass, locally?
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Post  jenks_24 on Mon Jan 12, 2009 7:07 pm

Very good Treegje!

How long did it take and was the charcoal basket full?
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Re: Chicken with hay

Post  Treegje on Mon Jan 12, 2009 8:45 pm

All Weather Griller wrote:That looks superb Treegje.

Where did you get the grass, locally?

Hi All Weather Griller

The grass came from our own garden ,Behind our little garden house
It is not from a farm ,You never know which plants are able to sit between the hay


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Post  Treegje on Mon Jan 12, 2009 8:50 pm

jenks_24 wrote:Very good Treegje!

How long did it take and was the charcoal basket full?

Hi jenks

It take 1 and a half hours to be ready
and 1 and a half Charcoal Starter
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Post  ILBBQS.com on Fri Jan 16, 2009 4:04 pm

Hi Treegje,

I've never seen this done...interesting. Is the grass/hay a particular variety? i.e. Lemongrass or something of the sorts? The chicken looks great! Thanks.
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Post  Treegje on Fri Jan 16, 2009 7:35 pm

ILBBQS.com wrote:Hi Treegje,

I've never seen this done...interesting. Is the grass/hay a particular variety? i.e. Lemongrass or something of the sorts? The chicken looks great! Thanks.

Hi ILBBQS.com King of Q

It is that kind grass that in your garden grows ,or that the cows grazing
It was for my also the first time
A friend of mine has challenged me to do something with hay on the bbq/smoker( I love challenges )

scratch I have thought 2 months over it scratch ,and I that was outcome
Perhaps the next time ,I mix rosemary in the hay Very Happy
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Re: Chicken with hay

Post  Adam on Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:58 pm

Hey Treegje

There is a recipe for ham cooked in hay in this recipe book:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nose-Tail-Eating-British-Cooking/dp/0747572577

Its not a smoker recipe but I thought you might like it anyway.

And to save you the trouble of buying the book here is the recipe:

Ingredients:

lots of hay
10 juniper berries
14 peppercorns
10 cloves
6 bay leaves
a leg of uncooked ham

Method:
1. Make a base of hay in a large pot.
2. Sprinkle on all spices and bay leaves.
3. Put ham on top of hay.
4. Cover with another load of hay.
5. Fill with water to the top of the hay.
6. Simmer really low until the ham is tender. Should take about 3.5 to 4.5 hours.
7. Eat ham, don't eat hay.

It is a really good recipe book though too.

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Post  ILBBQS.com on Fri Jan 16, 2009 9:59 pm

Treegje wrote:
ILBBQS.com wrote:Hi Treegje,

I've never seen this done...interesting. Is the grass/hay a particular variety? i.e. Lemongrass or something of the sorts? The chicken looks great! Thanks.

Hi ILBBQS.com King of Q

It is that kind grass that in your garden grows ,or that the cows grazing
It was for my also the first time
A friend of mine has challenged me to do something with hay on the bbq/smoker( I love challenges )

scratch I have thought 2 months over it scratch ,and I that was outcome
Perhaps the next time ,I mix rosemary in the hay Very Happy
I've never thought to try hay. lol! I would guess adding some other herbs would make for some interesting flavors too.
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Re: Chicken with hay

Post  Treegje on Sat Jan 17, 2009 2:08 am

Adam wrote:Hey Treegje

There is a recipe for ham cooked in hay in this recipe book:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nose-Tail-Eating-British-Cooking/dp/0747572577

Its not a smoker recipe but I thought you might like it anyway.

And to save you the trouble of buying the book here is the recipe:

Ingredients:

lots of hay
10 juniper berries
14 peppercorns
10 cloves
6 bay leaves
a leg of uncooked ham

Method:
1. Make a base of hay in a large pot.
2. Sprinkle on all spices and bay leaves.
3. Put ham on top of hay.
4. Cover with another load of hay.
5. Fill with water to the top of the hay.
6. Simmer really low until the ham is tender. Should take about 3.5 to 4.5 hours.
7. Eat ham, don't eat hay.

It is a really good recipe book though too.

Thank you for the recipe Adam
you never know
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