Quarters Chicken Recipe on a Pit Boss Pellet Grill

Quarters Chicken Recipe on a Pit Boss Pellet Grill

You can use this Quarters Chicken Recipe on a Pit Boss Pellet Grill for a rich, tangy, and creamy meal.

It is an amazing recipe to cook anytime you want a great meal full of unique flavors.

There are many things that you can cook when you have chicken as the main ingredient.

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There are also different parts of the chicken that you can use and create a new type of recipe with.

While the meat itself is versatile, you can even go further, especially if you have a Pit Boss grill ready to cook for you. You can get versatile with a Pit Boss grill with its power and control.

 While chicken quarters have a lot of meat in them, there are also bones that you need to consider to know if it cooks or not. We will get to that as well as other details about the food.

 So stick around and read on as we look at how well you can do this recipe and see how you should do it.

This recipe is a Pit Boss’ original recipe and I made it and loved the results so you can refer to this to see what changes I made if any.


What You Will Need

 First, you will need to purchase the ingredients you will need to season or cook with the chicken.

However, you need to concentrate more on the chicken quarter itself when buying.

 If there are butcher shops near you, I recommend going there and getting fresh chicken quarters instead of going to the supermarket and grabbing a pack of frozen chicken quarters from there. 

 There’s nothing wrong with frozen chicken quarters but I recommend getting fresh ones, especially if you plan on cooking them right away. You can then do the freezing after.

 Selecting the chicken quarters is not that hard, but you might get some bad ones if you do not look carefully.

Make sure to look for signs that the chicken quarters are still good to eat.

 It is one of the reasons why I discourage getting chopped and packed chicken quarters as you will not be able to see the ones inside or the quarters in the middle of the package.

 Make sure to look for the chicken quarters with a little bit of fat between the skin and the meat itself.

There should be yellow spots of fats under the skin, which is a great sign.

 Avoid chicken quarters that have blood clots on the muscles or bruises on the meat.

That means that the part of the chicken with bruises has been in some trauma and is not good.

 As for the seasonings, you will need to get mayonnaise, sour cream, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, mustard, horseradish, lemon juice, sea salt, cayenne pepper, and white ground pepper.


Chicken Quarters On A Pit Boss Grill


Step 1: Prepare Your Tools

 First off, go get your tools and make sure that they are near the grill.

There is no reason for you to go back and forth into the house to get the tools you need when you are already cooking.

 There are the basics such as the grill tongs, grill spatula, tray, and pellets.

Bring them near the grill to just reach for them when you need them during the cooking process.

 For this specific recipe, you will also need some special tools both for cooking and preparation.

You will need aluminum foil, a mixing bowl, a metal sheet tray, a meat probe, and a whisk.


Step 2: Prepare The White Sauce

 Get all the ingredients needed and a medium bowl for the white sauce.

You can also do this on a food processor, but it is best to do it by hand so you get to control the consistency better.

 Mix the mayonnaise, sour cream, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, spicy brown mustard, horseradish, lemon juice, salt, cayenne pepper, and white ground pepper in the bowl.

 Whisk them together and make sure that the solid ingredients are starting to dissolve.

Also, make sure that the mixture distributes evenly without patches or lighter colors.


Step 3: Season The Chicken Quarters

 If you have bought frozen chicken quarters, make sure to defrost them first by leaving them in the refrigerator overnight. You can also run them under cold water for a few minutes to thaw.

 Once thawed, pat them dry with a paper towel and place them on a sheet tray lined with aluminum foil.

Get the Pit Boss Champion Chicken seasoning and a bit of olive oil.

 Pull away the skin gently and then brush some olive oil on the chicken quarters.

Season the chicken quarters all over with the Champion Chicken and leave them to rest for an hour.


Step 4: Preheat The Pit Boss Grill

 Select the best pellets for the chicken quarters and then fill up the pellet hopper.

Fire up the Pit Boss pellet grill and then set the temperature to 450 degrees Fahrenheit for the first cook.

 Allow the Sear Slide to open while preheating and when cooking later on.

Close the grill’s lid and then allow it to preheat for about 15 minutes or until it reaches the set temperature.


Step 5: Seat The Chicken Quarters

 Place the chicken quarters directly on the grill and allow them to sear for a few minutes.

You will need to occasionally turn them so they do not burn from the high temperature that the grill is on.

 Let them sear over direct flame until the skins are crispy and have turned golden brown.

Remove the chicken quarters from the grill and place them on a tray to rest a bit.

 Close the Sear Slide as you will be using indirect cooking in this process.

Reduce the temperature of the grill to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and let it preheat again for 15 minutes.

 Insert a meat probe into the thickest part of the chicken quarters and then place them back into the grill.

Cook them for 45 minutes or until they reach an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit.


Step 6: Let Them Rest Before Serving

 Once they reach the desired temperature, remove the chicken quarters from the grill and place them on a cutting board to rest.

Allow them to rest for at least 10 minutes before serving them.

 This will allow the juices to come back into the muscles and make sure that every bite is juicy and tender.

Do not serve them right away or the juices will just spill all over the place.

 While still hot, serve the chicken quarters with the Alabama white sauce.

You can also add some side dishes like potatoes, salads, and coleslaw, or some beverages to go with the chicken.



 Pit Boss is an amazing company that provides pellet grills so you can cook the best recipes at home.

The chicken quarters recipe above is only one of the many examples of that.

 You can make the best pizzas, bread, beef, steak, pork, and many other recipes with a Pit Boss pellet grill.

For this recipe, you can also change the sauce if you want a more familiar one.

The key is to always make sure that you use the right temperature, timer, and tools to cook the chicken quarters perfectly.

Just follow the guide above so you can cook the best meal for your family!

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