Garlic Lemon Beer Can Chicken Recipe

Time: 2 hrs 20 mins

Prep: 20 mins, Cook: 2 hrs

Yield: Serves 4 to 6

This beer can chicken has a phenomenal garlic and lemon enhance. Keep in mind, you can utilize the beer can or you can utilize a glass jug to hold the fluid. In either case the jug or can necessities to stay no less than 1/3 full.

What You’ll Need

1 entire chicken (4-5 pounds/1.8-2.3 kg)

1 12-ounce/350 mL can beer

1 lemon, cut down the middle

1 head garlic, cut down the middle

1 tablespoon/15 mL olive oil

For Rub:

2 teaspoons/10 mL sweet paprika

2 teaspoons/10 mL ocean salt

2 teaspoons/10 mL ground coriander

2 teaspoons/10 mL ground cumin

1 teaspoon/5 mL ground ginger

1 teaspoon/5 mL crisply ground pepper

How to Make It

1. Join all rub fixings in a little blending dish. Put aside.

2. Wash and evacuate giblets and the neck (if pertinent), from chicken. Pat dry all around with paper towels. Rub chicken with half of the garlic, half of lemon, and olive oil. Apply a part of the rub onto chicken all around. Make a point to get a portion of the rub under the bosom skin. This will season the bosom meat.

3. Preheat barbecue.

4. Open the can of beer and dispose of half of it. Place remaining rub into the can and delicately whirl a couple of times to consolidate. Try to penetrate two more gaps on the highest point of the beer can to discharge steam amid the cooking procedure.

5. Place chicken over can ensuring it is all around upheld. Place onto barbecue adjusted by the beer can. Flame broil over circuitous medium warmth for 2 hours, or until the point that inner temperature of thigh is 180 degrees F/82 degrees C.

6. Evacuate chicken (utilizing heat resistance gloves) when got done with cooking and let sit with the beer can at present in place, for 10 minutes before cutting. Tenderly expel beer can and dispose of. Cut and serve.

7. A great many people make 2-3 winged animals at once. Essentially twofold or triple the recipe in light of what number chickens will be utilized and take after the directions as recorded previously.