Basic Recipe For A Tea Smoke
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Basic Recipe For A Tea Smoke
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:52:00 AM. Recipe ID 13682. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Basic recipe for a tea smoke
 Categories: Info
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
           --- ENOUGH SMOKE FOR 4 ----
           ---- CHICKEN BREAST ------
      2 tb Raw brown rice
      1 tb Brown sugar
      4    Whole cloves
           Tea leaves from 2 earl Grey
           - tea bags, removed from
           - packets
    1/4 ts Olive oil
      2    6oz boneless skinless
           - chicken breasts
 
  Take 3 sheets of heavy-duty aluminum foil 15 inches square and start
  rolling the edges under to from a circle that fits in the bottom of
  your Dutch oven -- in our case, a foil saucer approximately 5 inches
  in diamerter.  When the edge is rolled to about 1 inch high, stop and
  flatten it. Then, depress the center to hold the smoke ingredients.
  
  In the depression of the aluminum foil saucer first sprinkle the
  rice, then the sugar, cloves and the contents of the tea bags. The
  order of ingredients is very important. Place the foil dish in Dutch
  oven, cover tightly and cook over high heat until ingredients in the
  foil start smoking ~- about 5 minutes.
  
  Brush a steamer platform with the olive oil.  Place the chicken on
  platform, skinned side up.  Put into Dutch oven over the smoke
  ingredients, cover and continue smoking over high heat until done --
  about 11 minutes.
  
  Graham Kerrs Mini-Max cookbook, page 74 > Submitted By
  WCRAFT@IX.NETCOM.COM (WILLIAM CRAFT)  On   06-22-95; 0609
 




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Recipe ID 13682 (Apr 03, 2005)

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