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    Chicken Parts?

    Has anyone ever tried to smoke chicken livers, gizzards and hearts? Thinking about using skewers and doing a quick smoke then grilling, just don’t know how they would turn out?

    #2
    Some things are better served fried... actually had gizzards at lunch today.

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    • Dadof3Illinois
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      Yea, love all three of these battered and fried. Just trying to think about something different. Have this idea of par boiling the hearts and gizzards then smoking. I figure this will be a bust but these are pretty cheep to experiment with.

    • Nate
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      Awesome man! Go for it and let us know what the results are... is it odd that I don’t care for the heart or liver but do greatly enjoy the gizzards?

    • Dadof3Illinois
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      I know.... just something about that chewy little piece of goodness...ha.

    #3
    Texas De Brazil serves chicken hearts on skewers...

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    • Dadof3Illinois
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      That’s what gave me the idea. I ate at a Brazilian restaurant who served these. They were good but lacked some flavor.

    • RonB
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      Dadof3Illinois - Add a little rub, a little smoke, and maybe a little sauce and ya got lots o' flavor.

    #4
    I would be more apt to grill than smoke.

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      #5
      Use to go to a Yakitori bar years ago. Teba (wing joint), Tuskune (ground chicken meat balls) and Hatsu (chicken heart) were my favorites. I don’t know how much smoke you’d get on them since they’d cook so quickly.

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        #6
        Liver....…...good

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          #7
          Hmmm. If they come by with the chicken gizzards on a stick at Texas de Brazil, I'll waive them on past...

          However, I made a U-turn about 10 years ago to snap this picture on the side of the road...

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            #8
            My personal favorite gizzard.
            https://www.wisconsinmade.com/pickle...s-2-jars-1655/

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