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Old 01-05-2019, 11:25 AM   #1
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Problem im having is cooking using the sittin chicken or any 300 - 400 degree cook. If I use the plate setter i use a drip pan. But the drippings fall in the pan and burn giving my food a funky taste. If i put liquid in the pan it solves the issue but then my food seems wet and slick - especially chicken. Solutions?
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Spatchcock and take the plate setter out.
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I do the beer butt chicken with the plate setter but no pan. They turn out perfect most times.
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I do the beer butt chicken with the plate setter but no pan. They turn out perfect most times.


Yeah. Mine wasnt bad - just wet in the cavity and around the legs from the steam. Last time i did it like you but the chicken grease dropped on the plate setter and burnt
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Try putting a layer of coarse salt in your drip pan. Should keep the drippings from burning.
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Spatchcock and take the plate setter out.
I second this motion!!
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I second this motion!!


I like it that way but its like cutting the crust off everyones sandwich. I prefer to let them do it themselves
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