Whole smoked chicken by Dennis the Prescott

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This is a recipe from the Traeger app that I did tonight on my Pro 575. It was the best thing I have ever made on my Traeger and the tastiest, juiciest chicken I have ever eaten! It was absolutely amazing!!
 

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Looks great. I spatchcocked one yesterday. I found it just a juicy as when I do a whole bird but it was much faster so great for a weeknight. Cheers!
 

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I just got my Traeger not long ago. Haven't done chicken yet. What time/temp do you find works the best? Is it different for a whole vs. a spatchocked? Thanks for any info.
 
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I just got my Traeger not long ago. Haven't done chicken yet. What time/temp do you find works the best? Is it different for a whole vs. a spatchocked? Thanks for any info.
This recipe called for three hours at 225 but I did it at 350 for 75 minutes.
 

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I believe I grilled my chicken which I spatchcocked at 375° for about an hour until an instant read thermometer hit 165°. Exact time depends on the weight of the bird. Cheers
 

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Did you cook the chickens on that grill pan or directly on the grates?
 
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Did you cook the chickens on that grill pan or directly on the grates?
I did them on ceramic chicken stands with a cookie sheet underneath.
 

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