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Old 03-05-2012, 04:19 PM   #1
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Learned this from a cajun buddy from Louisiana. Take your legs and thighs, and boil them in crab/shrimp boil until they float. Then put them on a grill and grill until a little charred on the outside for that grill charcoal flavor, sprinkling a little cajun seasoning on them when you put them on the grill. It is some of the juiciest chicken I've ever had because of boiling them and then grilling them. The cajun twist changes things up on grilled chicken too. It will literally be falling apart.
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Old 03-05-2012, 04:29 PM   #2
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Learned this from a cajun buddy from Louisiana. Take your legs and thighs, and boil them in crab/shrimp boil until they float. Then put them on a grill and grill until a little charred on the outside for that grill charcoal flavor, sprinkling a little cajun seasoning on them when you put them on the grill. It is some of the juiciest chicken I've ever had because of boiling them and then grilling them. The cajun twist changes things up on grilled chicken too. It will literally be falling apart.

Sounds like I'm trying this one. I'm all about cajun and chicken. Will Report Soon.
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Just dusted the grill off...gonna hav to tri me som cajun chicken dar boy!!
Thanks for the info.
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when we boil shrimp or crawfish we normally throw a chicken in the water after we pull the shrimp and let it boil and it is good. next time i will have to put it on the grill after it is boiled..
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Sounds tasty.... I wonder if you put Cajun seasoning in the beer can, how that would come out??? Hmmmmmm.....
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Oh Yeah! I am tryin this for sure. Thanks for sharing.
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I tried it last weekend. It was great! This will definately be on the repeat list.
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man that sounds GOOOOD! Hey i am allergic to shell fish, guess i am out on that recipe!! Dang sho sounds gooood!!
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Sounds tasty.... I wonder if you put Cajun seasoning in the beer can, how that would come out??? Hmmmmmm.....
When I make beer can chicken, I usually add crab boil to the beer and hit the chicken with a little Old Bay (amongst other seasonings). You can definitely get some flavor that way. Also, you can make your own injectable marinade with crab boil in it.

I tried the crab boil, then grill it method and it worked really well. I'll be doing it again.
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man that sounds GOOOOD! Hey i am allergic to shell fish, guess i am out on that recipe!! Dang sho sounds gooood!!

There are no shellfish involved? Haha you just boil the chicken in crab boil.
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