Our biggest recipe roundup yet! We did the work for you and combed through our archives of chicken recipes to rope and wrangle the cream of the crop. Our best, most favorite, flavor-packed, planked, wrapped, and smoked chicken dinners that we’ve ever posted about. Time to dust off those riding boots and git along now.
A double dose of maple and a touch of crispy onion adds a new dimension to these delicious chicken wings!
Cooking chicken on the grill can be tricky because it dries out so quickly. That’s why for this recipe, we decided to cook the chicken in a cast iron skillet with an orange juice mixture. We also used Cherry wood smoking chips, which are the perfect flavor combination for chicken.
Traditional Filipino Adobo is as much a cooking technique as it is a style. We mimicked the flavors by marinating our chicken in the adobo ingredients before grilling.
This is a classy meal. In our opinion, spatchcocking is the best technique to cook any whole bird as it reduces the cooking time and keeps your bird both crispier and juicier. Winning all around!
Our most popular recipe we’ve ever posted and for good reason! This recipe for Cedar Planked Buffalo Chicken Bites is truly a game changer. Spicy and smoky, it’s the perfect flavor combination while keeping the ingredients and prep work simple.
This recipe is full of flavor! The Cherry planked chicken wings are prepared with a chili dry rub (you can adjust how spicy it is, depending on your preference) and then infused with a sweet, smoky flavor from the plank.
A new twist on grilled chicken. Surround your grilled chicken in smoky flavor with these cedar wraps. Wake up your Tex-Mex side with the taste of the old Southwest. Red onion, cilantro and bbq sauce unite to create an explosion of flavors.
We said party wings and we meant it! Doesn’t matter what the party is for, these are tasty. Instead of a sauce we used a tasty dry rub here to reduce mess and make grilling this large quantity easier.
This twist on the classic is sure to make you love grilling chicken breasts again. The addition of Cedar skewed grilled broccolini makes for a simple but delicious side.
These chicken skewers cook in just a few minutes, making them a great appetizer when you’re serving a crowd. You won’t regret making your own peanut sauce. Serve alone as an appetizer, or as a meal with rice and grilled vegetables.
Smoky and saucy. Cherry smoke is sweet and fruity and complements barbecue chicken *perfectly*. These are sure to be some of the most tender and flavorful chicken thighs you’ve ever tasted.