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5 Cut the sweet potatoes in half, half cutting through in thin slices if you wish, and drizzle with olive oil.


6 Brush the chicken generously with the glaze an hour into the cooking time, and add the sweet potatoes to the smoker. Leave it to smoke for another 30 mins or so, or until the internal temperature of the chicken reaches at least 74C and the juices run clear.


7 Leave the chicken to rest for about 20 mins. Keep the sweet potatoes in the smoker during this time, to fi nish cooking.


8 Meanwhile, combine all the ingredients for the pineapple and mango salsa. Pull apart the chicken and serve with the baked sweet potatoes and salsa.


Smoked Food: A Manual for Home Smoking by James Strawbridge, published by J H Haynes & Co Ltd


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