7 Grilled Chicken Recipes You Need to Try NowChicken on the grill is rite of passage for the summer season. There are as many ways to prepare chicken on the grill as there are stars in the sky. To narrow it down a bit and to help get you started, we picked 7 Grilled Chicken Recipes You Need to Try Now
7 Grilled Chicken Recipes You Need to Try Now
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Cilantro-Lime Grilled Chicken with Avocado Salsa
Zesty lime with chopped cilantro along with healthy avocado accent this Cilantro-Lime Grilled Chicken with Avocado Salsa. It’s from Platter Talk and you can find the full recipe and television demonstration of it being made, by clicking here.
The Best Grilled Chicken Marinade
A little beer, some cumin and other ordinary spices, and you’ve got The Best Grilled Chicken Marinade from Add a Pinch. Taste the magic for yourself, and be prepared to have the recipe on hand for all who taste. Click here for full recipe.
Grilled Chicken Under a Brick
This Grilled Chicken Under a Brick from The New York Times is a well known dish in Italy, popular in Russia, but will taste no better than on your back deck. Fun, simple and delicious, get the full recipe by clicking here.
Classic Grilled Whole Chicken
This recipe for Classic Grilled Whole Chicken from Williams-Sonoma yields 2 chickens, one to eat hot off the grill, and one to save for future use in salads, sandwiches, soup and the such. You’re going to love how easy this one is to make. Get the full recipe here.
Cornell Chicken Barbecue
This Cornell Chicken Barbecue from Platter Talk is a standard throughout New York state and is considered by many to be the unofficial food of the New York State fair where over 5,000 chickens are consumed each day in this manner. The good news is you don’t have to go all the way to Syracuse in August to enjoy this classic grilled chicken. Get the recipe here and you will make it again and again in your own backyard.
Lemon Grilled Chicken Breasts
This Lemon Grilled Chicken Breasts recipe comes from My Recipes. It is simple, healthy and very economical. Using a little lemon juice and some ordinary seasoning like garlic with salt and pepper, it could hardly be any easier to make. Get the recipe here.
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