I have been chomping at the bit to try this particular seasoning from Miners Mix, seeing as I make so much chicken, you’d think that my husband and I cluck!
The wind died down a bit and gave me a small window to grill up some boneless/skinless Chicken thighs along with some veggies. The prep was simple. I dried the meat with some paper towels and sprinkled on some Miners Mix Poultry Perfection Seasoning and Rub.
For the Zucchini this time around, I used Miners Mix Wholly Chipotle seasoning along with some Olive Oil and then to the gas grill we went.
What a great combo! That kiss of smokiness from the grill set everything off perfectly!
A recipe or should I say technique that I’ve heard so much about over the years is Beer Can Chicken. Let’s give this a whirl.
I washed and patted this whole chicken down with paper towels and then applied some softened butter and a generous amount of Miners Mix Poultry Perfection seasoning. Over a half can of beer this went, butt side down in a roasting pan, with the other half of the can of beer in it. It got windy here in the middle of the desert again, so I slide this birdie into the oven at 350⁰ for, oh, about 45 minutes to an hour or so, until the internal temp got to 165⁰.
Look at how pretty this came out will ya?!
I loosely tented the chicken with tin foil and let it rest for 30 before carving, to let all of the juices redistribute back into the meat.
This came out so moist and yummy! I roasted some Fingerling Potatoes the last 30 minutes with the Beer Can Chicken, and served it all up with some steamed Green Beans.
Two delicious meals courtesy of Miners Mix, thanks Ole’ Miner!