Smoked Chopped Chicken and Swiss w/ Charred Broccolini Recipe:
Smoked Chicken and Swiss with Broccolini. Slow smoked, chopped chicken with melted swiss and rosemary mayo. Topped with charred broccolini and served on Texas toast.
Take a pack of chicken thighs and use a spog rub (salt, pepper, onion, garlic) and apply somewhat generously.
I put my thighs on the Lang when I’ve reached 250 degrees in my Lang smoker.
I cook the chicken until an internal temp of 165, mopping the chicken toward the end of the cook with a simple vinegar mop w/red pepper flakes, and a little brown sugar.
Broccolini- I drizzle a nice olive oil over the broccolini and season with salt and pepper.
Put in the smoker for 20 minutes.
When I take them off, I put them in a hot skillet to finish tenderizing and to get a little char.
My Rosemary Mayo: two tablespoons of minced garlic, a few sprigs of rosemary finely chopped after destemming. Then add to a cup of mayo and mix thoroughly. Better if it sits overnight.
Toast your favorite bun, add the chopped chicken to a skillet add two slices of swiss let it get nice and bubbly,
Add your rosemary mayo to the bottom of your toasted bun, add your chicken and swiss and then top it off with your smoked charred broccolini. Then stuff your face!
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