Chicken legs on the Hasty

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by d-train, Mar 30, 2014.

  1. d-train

    d-train Fire Starter

    Smoked some chicken legs in a bath of sweet Asian sauce, the base of which was soy sauce. Pretty tasty
  2. Hey the color on that looks gorgeous! Very fun! Cheers! - Leah
  3. headfirst

    headfirst Newbie

    looks good, do you care to expand on the process? I'm thinking of smoking some chicken quarters this weekend as well. 
  4. mrmosh303

    mrmosh303 Smoke Blower

    love to smoke chicken...almost constantly...there is a Safeway where i live, that has these rubbed chicken wings, 3 flavors they do are carribean jerk, chipoltle brown sugar and buffalo style, and they are always in the clearance is impossible for me to see them and leave a grab all they have, smoke them for 3 hours at 225, cover them for about an hour or so while they settle...then seal them for use later...30 seconds in the micro-wave knocks the cold off, and set them next to a salad...i do this with everything i can find in the clearance area, everything i can smoke i mean!!
  5. newsmokeguy

    newsmokeguy Smoke Blower

    Do they even get much smoke in a tray like that? Id think it would block it.
  6. smoke slinger

    smoke slinger Smoking Fanatic

    Those look pretty good, something new to try and mmosh and getting the things and then saving them for later....
  7. d-train

    d-train Fire Starter

    They got plenty if smoke! So much that I would even back off the hickory or use a lighter wood like peach or cherry next time!

    I think it was:
    1 cup soy sauce
    1/2 cup evoo
    3/4 cup sugar, I used about 1/2 dark brown and 1/2 white
    1 onion, minced
    4 cloves garlic, minced
    Threw it all in the bullet blender to mix it up.threw the sauce and legs in a plastic bag to marinate for 1/2 day and then out the legs and sauce in the foil pan. Gave them a light dusting of rub (I think I used Jeff's run).Preheat the hasty to about 275 and pulled the when they hit about 170 degrees. Used fist sized hickory chunks throughout the cooking process.
  8. Sounds like you did a good job - nice smoke man  [​IMG]
  9. driedstick

    driedstick Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Looks great - nice job 
  10. soonersmokering

    soonersmokering Fire Starter

    Alright another Hasty aficionado!  I love smoking/baking wings on my hasty then tossing in wing sauce, a butter and tiger sauce mixture is great.
  11. waterinholebrew

    waterinholebrew Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Nice lookin smoke ! Thumbs Up
  12. d-train

    d-train Fire Starter

    There are very few things I love more than my hasty bake, STL Cardinal baseball being one of them. I am searching diligently for a vintage hasty to add to collection. My uncle has a like new unit from the 70's that hasn't been cooked in in probably 2 decades. It's sitting covered in his shed. He refuses to sell it to me!!!!
  13. Ye, I( saw that our Canadian Hardware Store, Home Hardware, had a Chicken Drum Stick rack, a device that hold chicken legs upside down so you can cook them. It was 5 bucks and change.  That is a good deal for something like this.

  14. Such a fabulous little apparatus!! Cheers! - Leah
  15. Oh my, that looks heavenly.  I have a Hasty Bake as well:  a late 70's suburban I got from the flea market last fall.  It's my favorite cooker to grill on.  I haven't smoked anything on it yet but am going to start doing that.  I usually use my Mini WSM, WSM, GMG Davy Crockett & recently acquired Bandera for smoking.

    Here is a photo of my Hasty along with my two WSM:

    Last edited: Apr 6, 2014
  16. Great looking chicken!! will have to try this recipe this weekend [​IMG]
  17. millerk0486

    millerk0486 Meat Mopper

    Looks good. Gonna have to give this a try!

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