Big Jim's BBQ Chicken - gas grill with side tables
Walter Sheb's younger son, Jim, ate a little fire in the food when he was very young.His favorite food is spicy chicken wings, spicy barbecue and a variety of chili sauce."He never really liked the sweetness of many commercial sauces, so my wife and I developed this rubbing sauce to suit his taste," Scheib said ."."It's a little hot and has enough sweetness to keep it balanced.Scheib said it is important to cook the chicken slowly with medium heat so that the chicken is fully cooked but not burnt outside, which will make the chicken taste bitter.Barbecue sauce can be made a week in advance.Spice friction: in a small, sealable plastic food container, mix all the ingredients together and mix them evenly.Refrigerate if not used immediately.Chicken: take a slice of chicken with a paper towel and put it in a large baking tray.Set aside 2 tablespoons of spice friction for the BBQ sauce and apply the remaining friction to the chicken nuggets.Place it for 2 to 3 hours at room temperature, or cool it overnight with a lid.BBQ sauce: In a small pan-Heat oil at high temperature.Add onions, garlic and jalapeno to cook until soft for 3 to 4 minutes.Add the remaining 2 tablespoons of spice friction and stir for 30 seconds.Add the remaining sauce, reduce the heat to medium, then break the surface with a bubble and cook for 15 minutes.Let it cool if it is not used immediately, cover it and refrigerate.Prepare the grill when preparing for cooking.If a gas grill is used, preheat the grill to medium temperature.If using a charcoal grill, start the charcoal or wooden coal ball.When the coal balls are ready, distribute them evenly under the cooking area for direct heating.Lightly oil the grate.Place the chicken nuggets on the grill with the bones facing down.Cook for 20 to 25 minutes and turn frequently until the chicken is cooked thoroughly (breast meat is cooked faster than dark meat ).Season the chicken with a roast meat sauce and cook for another 5 minutes, and turn each piece after roasting.Hot or hot with extra sauce on the table.