grilled chicken breast

In my experience, it only takes chicken breasts a few minutes per side over direct medium-high heat to both brown and be cooked through at the same time.

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Place chicken on grill rack coated with cooking spray; grill 6 minutes on each side or until done.
Save three of these grilled chicken breast halves to make our Hearts of Romaine Caesar Salad with Grilled Chicken.

By God, if you are going to eat fucking boneless, skinless chicken breasts, which is about the most depressingly grownup activity a person can undertake short of doing the exact same thing while filling out a tax return on an elliptical machine, you might as well scorch the surface of the fucking moon to make it worthwhile.
The reason you are using lump and not briquette charcoal in this preparation is not ideological: The shit simply burns hotter, and while that quality might be superfluous to the cooking of, say, cheeseburgers or grilled fish or whatever the hell, it’s perfect for the cooking of chicken breasts, because chicken breasts need to be cooked over a fire precisely as hot as hell.
In a big tupperware or casserole dish or some other vessel large enough for four boneless, skinless chicken breasts to lie side by side without overlapping, um, lay out four boneless, skinless chicken breasts side by side.
You can measure whether your grill is hot enough to cook your chicken breasts by holding your hand 18 inches or so above the coals, and paying careful attention: If you are able to scream all the air out of your lungs before you complete your transformation into a blackened skeleton, try to wave your arms at a neighbor or passerby to indicate that it is time to cook the chicken.
Your boneless, skinless chicken breasts are still going to taste good.
It is going to counter the salt a bit, and it is also going to do something downright neat-o when you cook the chicken, which we will get to in a bit.) Bring this to a boil on your stovetop and stir it a bit until all the salt and sugar have dissolved, then remove it from the heat, let it sit and cool for just a couple of minutes, and pour it over the ice in your big vessel full of wet bird tits.
Neat-o, huh? No? Well, fuck you! Flip the chicken breasts over and give them another, oh, three or four minutes to cook on the gnarly-looking side.
The boneless, skinless chicken breast is the totemic foodstuff of the health-obsessed, because of the nutritional potency of chicken, because of the relatively low fat content of the boneless, skinless breast relative to other nutrient-dense animal proteins, and because in 99 percent of its preparations, the boneless, skinless breast’s taste and texture are utterly indistinguishable from biting through and chewing a black-and-white composition notebook.
This demand for the almost always miserable boneless, skinless chicken breast explains why the fuckers both A) take up three-quarters of the space in your local supermarket’s meat section, and B) cost exactly as much per unit as a new luxury automobile.

Place the chicken tenders on the grill and cook for 3 to 4 minutes total, turning halfway through.
Flip the chicken, keeping the thick part of the chicken toward the hot part of the flame, and cook until an instant-read thermometer inserted in the chicken reads 155 degrees F, about 3 more minutes.
Liberally salt and pepper the chicken and allow to sit at room temperature for at least 15 minutes.
Allow the chicken breasts to cook undisturbed until char marks are made, about 4 minutes.
Place the chicken breasts on the hot grill, with the thicker portion facing the hotter part of your grill (usually the back).
Allow the grilled chicken to rest for 5 minutes, covered, before serving.

Move chicken, bone side down, to hotter side of grill and cook until browned, 4 to 6 minutes.
Cook chicken over hotter part of grill until lightly browned all both sides, 6 to 8 minutes for charcoal grill or 10 to 14 minutes for gas grill.
Move chicken, skin side down, to cooler side of grill, with thicker side of breast facing hotter side.
If constant flare-ups occur, slide chicken to cooler side of grill and mist fire with water from spray bottle.
Chicken breasts, pressure cook first then grill to your liking.
Turn chicken over and continue to cook until browned and instant-read thermometer inserted into thickest part registers 160 degrees, 2 to 3 minutes longer.
Cover grill and continue to cook until instant-read thermometer inserted into thickest part of breast registers 150 degrees, 15 to 25 minutes longer.
The best tip for grilling chicken white meat is to grill the thighs instead.
Finally, we apply the glaze to the chicken breasts only in the final minutes of grilling, so that the sugars won't burn.
This will seal the surface of the chicken on the side to the fire and partially cook the chicken, but prevent the juices from cooking out of the chicken.
Don’t use boneless, skinless chicken breasts—the bone and skin protects the easily overcooked breast meat from becoming dry and chalky, and the skin gives the glaze a surface to cling to.

Continue grilling for another 2 to 4 minutes and you should be done! Again, to be sure, use a good instant-read thermometer like the Thermapen, along with our free MeatTemps app to check the internal temperature of your chicken.
The great thing about boneless, skinless chicken breasts is that you can cook them over direct, high heat without much risk for flare-ups since they are so lean.
Remove the chicken breasts from the grill and place on a plate.
Try them with some greek seasoning, they’ll be delicious! Pick up a VillaWare Pizza Grill and use this chicken recipe as the filler to some killer grilled quesadillas.
Chicken breasts are one of the most popular and also one of the easiest items to grill.
Remember, not everyone loves steak (I know, weird right?) so it’s always good to keep some frozen chickn breasts around to throw on the grill so those folks have something to enjoy.
We will cover some of these variations in time, but this article focuses on how to grill a chicken breast properly.
These step by step directions will show you how to easily grill delicious, juicy chicken.
After 2 to 4 minutes, lift the chicken breasts with tongs and flip them over.

A bold mixture of red-pepper flakes, garlic, thyme, lemon juice, and olive oil serves as a spicy marinade for bone-in chicken breasts.
Grill the chicken breasts over moderately high heat or broil them for 8 to 10 minutes.

Sprinkle a little water on the chicken breasts and place (one at a time, please) on a piece of plastic wrap.
Glenn Lindgren: In any case, the Red Scare made an instant hero out of the boneless, skinless chicken breast.
This recipe and editorial content from the book: "Three Guys From Miami Celebrate Cuban." Copyright ©2006 All Rights Reserved.
Glenn Lindgren: Pollo de plancha is a long-time Cuban favorite that pre-dates Americans flight from red meat during the famous "Red Scare" of the 1990’s.
If your chicken breasts are very thick, you’ll want to slice them in half lengthwise before pounding them out.
Raúl Musibay: The Cubans were way ahead of the wave! We’ve been enjoying the grilled chicken breast for ages.
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You want a thin chicken breast, not ground chicken.

For this dish, the lemon and garlic, along with the shallot, infuse the chicken under the skin, resulting in wonderful flavor, all tucked under crispy grilled skin.
If the chicken needs to cook longer than this time, flip it back to the bone side, reduce heat to medium-high, and cook until meat is white (or 165°F in the thickest part of the breast).
Place chicken breasts on grill, bone side down and cook for 10–15 minutes, depending on the thickness of the breasts.
Another option would be to roast a whole chicken and stuff it with fresh lemon, garlic, and shallot.
I accidentally bought boneless skinless but was able to make this receipt work by just putting them in a ziplock bag and soaking for 10 minutes in fresh lemon juice and garlic.

Menu Description: "A seasoned, grilled chicken breast topped with Cheddar cheese and a stack of thin crisp onion rings on a sesame seed bun with lettuce, tomato and a sweet hickory spread.
One such item is this chicken sandwich built with grilled chicken breast, lettuce, tomato, Cheddar cheese, crispy onion rings, and a secret sweet hickory spread.

(To make this gluten free, just swap store-bought sauce for an easy homemade version.) Get the recipe.
The chicken is marinated in an easy DIY teriyaki sauce — crushed pineapple, soy sauce, honey, ginger, and garlic — for as short as 30 minutes, or as long as overnight.
(And if you’d like, a dash of hot sauce.) Get the recipe.

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Rest breasts for 10 minutes, then serve with a sauce for dipping (try my recipes for Grilled Tomato Salsa, Pineapple Avocado Salsa, and Chimichurri).

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We’ve all seen it far too many times – chicken breasts that have been grilled until every last bit of moisture has been sucked out and covered in a layer of burnt on barbecue sauce.
Stuffing chicken breasts with ham, bacon, cheese and/or vegetables is a great way to introduce extra moisture and flavor to your dish.
One of the biggest issues with chicken breasts is the fact that the plump side of the breast takes longer to cook through, resulting in an over cooked and dry smaller, tapered end.
Instead wait until the chicken reaches an internal temperature of 155 degrees, add sauce, and cover the grill so the sauce can set during the last few minutes of cooking.
When cooking chicken breasts, the first decision you must make is whether to go bone-in and skin-on or boneless and skinless.
Alternatively, pound the breasts thin as described above, lay your stuffing ingredients on one side, and roll the chicken around the stuffing.
The chicken breasts have been cooked to perfection, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to get eating.
Eliminate the guesswork by investing in a quality thermometer and check the internal temperature often until the center of the meat reaches 160 degrees (keeping in mind that the meat will continue to rise in temperature after it comes off of the grill, taking it to the recommended 165 degrees internal temperature for chicken).
To flatten boneless chicken breasts, place the chicken between a double layer of plastic wrap.
But there is hope yet for all of you poultry grillers! Here are seven tips to firing up perfectly moist and tender chicken breasts every time.

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While being given a tour, Parker asked Ruderman and Laker where the best place was to get fried chicken in Philadelphia.
By the time the tour was over and Laker and Ruderman were driving Parker to 30th Street Station to catch her train to Manhattan, Parker asked if she had time to make a last-minute fried-chicken run.
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Pounding the chicken breast to an even thickness, brining and grilling it over a high, direct heat will help prevent over drying, while rendering a moist and delicious chicken breast.
Brining: To brine the chicken, dissolve 1-1/2 tablespoons of unionized table salt (or 1/4 cup of kosher salt) with 1/4 cup of sugar in 8 cups of cold water.
The sugar in the brine will caramelize on the surface of the chicken as it cooks, giving it a nice, grilled coloring.
Few things seem easier than grilling a skinless, boneless chicken breast.