Hickory Saucy Chicken
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- Brush cut-up fryers with Open Pit Smoky Barbecye Sauce - about ½ cup to 2 lbs. chicken. (Open Pit Smoky is perfect for basting. Thick. Tomato-y. Won't dribble off like thin, watery sauces.)
- Grill about 30 minutes, turning often.
- Brush frequently with more Open Pit Smoky Barbecye Sauce. (Open Pit Smoky is a rich, hearty blend. Watch it bubble and simmer into the chicken.)
- Serve tempting, tender Hickory-Saucy Chicken, deliciously flavored with tomatoes, gentle spices, and real hickory smoke. (Open Pit Smoky gives that great old-time taste to ribs and burgers, too.)