Firecracker BBQ Chicken
This is our always-famous Firecracker BBQ Chicken recipe! Very easy to make & delicious! Who doesn’t like chicken? 🙂
Firecracker BBQ Chicken
This is our always-famous Firecracker BBQ Chicken recipe! Very easy to make & delicious! Who doesn’t like chicken? 🙂
Servings Prep Time
2-8People 10Minutes
Cook Time
20Minutes
Servings Prep Time
2-8People 10Minutes
Cook Time
20Minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
Chicken Preparation
  1. Spread out all your thighs in a pan large enough where they fit snuggly together. Sometimes in the package they are compressed, so be sure & stretch them out so your seasoning & marinade gets full coverage.
  2. Start by adding the Worcestershire sauce to the pan covering the thighs. Use the same approach as when you marinade other things for the grill, such as steaks & burgers. You want the bottom of the pan to have enough marinade so the chicken will absorb some while you are preparing the grill.
  3. Add some Kick’N Chicken seasoning to the chicken liberally, evenly covering all pieces with a nice dusting.
  4. Flip the chicken thighs over, exposing the thick meat side. Apply some Stubb’s Sweet Heat BBQ sauce and spread evenly with a BBQ brush to fully lather all pieces with BBQ sauce.
  5. Finally, add another dusting of Kick’N Chicken seasoning to this side.
Cooking
  1. Prep your grill for direct heat @ 400 degrees F.
  2. Add smoking wood of your choice, not soaked, dry. Remember, the chicken will only be on the grill for 20 minutes tops, so no point in soaking the smoke chips/chunks, you want them smoking ASAP.
  3. Place the chicken evenly around your grill surface trying to avoid direct hot spots. i.e., if you place your charcoal in a mound in the center of your grill, place the chicken thighs around the outside of that ring to avoid burning.
  4. Remember these thighs are relatively thin pieces of chicken, so for best results, we recommend flipping them at least 4 times to assure proper doneness. Consider 20 minutes of total cook time, flip roughly every 5 minutes, four times throughout your cook. Once you notice thick grill char marks on the skin, consider them done. *If you prefer to use a meat probe, 165 degrees F is the ideal temp for chicken.
  5. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

We recommend using either Mesquite or Cherry wood for your smoke.
We recommend using a charcoal grill if at all possible; however, we have tested these on a gas grill, and yes, they are still phenomenal 🙂

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