Perfect Grilled Chicken
Cuisine: American
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Serves: 6
After many years of trying to figure out how to make chicken on the grill just right, it seems that I now have the formula to make this happen consistently! It seems like many of us have suffered through the grilled chicken experience with burnt outsides and raw insides! Now I am going to share what I have learned to make it work right every time!
  • 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • 2 tablespoons seasoning salt
  • nonstick cooking spray
  1. Heat the grill to medium-high: about 400 degrees
  2. Spray the grill with the non-stick cooking spray so the chicken will not stick
  3. Place the whole breasts on the grill - hopefully you know your grill's "hot spots"
  4. Grill just enough to have it start to brown, but not burn, then turn it over to the other side
  5. Once the second side is done about the same as the first side, take a knife and butterfly the breasts in half
  6. Now place the butterflied center on the grill and get the middle of the breasts grilling.
  7. At this point you will sprinkle the sides that have already browned with the seasoning salt of your choice. (I love Lowrys!)
  8. Watch for the inside of the breasts to be browned, then turn it over to finish the "outsides" while sprinkling the "insides" with seasoning salt
  9. After a couple of minutes, you can turn it back over to the "insides" and finish grilling
Recipe by Three Guys Outside at