# How Long To Smoke Chicken Leg Quarters?

Feb 7, 2022

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## How long does it take to smoke quartered chicken thighs at 225 degrees?

Set your smoker to around 225-240°F.

Place the chicken directly on the grill, leaving about 1 inch between them to allow the smoke to fully access the meat.

Leave the chicken quarters in the smoker, using indirect heat, for about 1 hour, during which time the interior will reach about 140°F.

four hours

## How long does it take a smoker to boil a quarter of his legs?

Put the chicken skin on it and smoke for 1 hour. Reduce the heat to 350 degrees F and cook for 30-60 minutes, depending on how many chickens you are smoking and the size of the pieces.

## How long does it take to cook charcoal grilled quarter chicken thighs?

Heat a charcoal grill to 300 degrees F. Place the thigh quarters skin side up on the grill. Boil under a lid for 15-18 minutes. Flip the chicken and continue cooking for another 15 to 18 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches at least 165 degrees F.

165°F

## At what temperature do you smoke a quarter of your feet?

Fry the chicken quarters in two portions, about 2 minutes apart or until the skin turns golden brown. Transfer the chicken to the smoker skin side up. Smoke at 275 F for about 1.5 hours or until internal temperature reaches 185 F to 190 F.

## How long do you smoke quartered chicken thighs in an electric smoker?

Smoke the chicken quarters for four hours or until they reach 165°F in the thickest part of the leg or thigh.

## How to make smoked chicken skin crispy?

Try to raise your temperature to at least 350 when you smoke. OR you can throw it under the broiler 2-4 minutes after removing it from the smoker. I smoke my chickens at 250 and only use rubs or salt/pepper on the skin. You never have a big problem with crispy skin.

## How long does it take to cook chicken at 225 degrees?

Place the chicken in the smoker and smoke, keeping the smoker temperature between 200° and 225°F, topping up the pieces or fries if necessary until the instant thermometer placed in the center of the thigh registers 165°F for 3 to 5 hours . Transfer the chicken to a cutting board and let rest for 10 minutes.