Slow Grilled Chicken Thighs

  • , by Amber Chase
  • 1 min reading time
Pat Martin's Chicken ThighsFor Pat Martin, chicken breasts aren't worth the hype. He's committed to the dark meat and holds a special place in his heart for chicken thighs. Chicken thighs pack a lot of flavor and are far easier to grill, cooking a little more slowly than white meat, which allows enough time for a glaze to slowly build. 

These chicken thighs are simple and straightforward: chicken, salt, oil, and Pat Martin's signature Jack's Creek Sauce. This sweet-and-spicy vinegar sauce is a go-to companion for summer cookouts: balanced, viscous enough to reduce into a glaze, and a good canvas for customizing a smoky and tangy flavor profile. Martin strongly suggests eating these with your bare hands. 

Recipe and image re-published from Life of Fire: Mastering the Arts of Pit-Cooked Barbecue, The Grill, and The Smokehouse (Clarkson Potter 2022). 




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