Perfectly juicy, crisp, and smoky grilled cornish hens in a garlicky, lemony greek marinade flavored with oregano and peppers. Serve it with grilled zucchini, pita bread, tzatziki, and a greek salad.
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This Peruvian Style Grilled Chicken is a recipe I back-hacked from the awesome chicken and green sauce they serve at Pio Pio in NYC. The basics are simple: butterflied chicken with a vinegar and spice rub gets slow-cooked on the grill, followed by a quick stay directly over the coals to crisp the skin. It comes out tender and juicy and goes perfectly with a simple spicy and cream sauce made with jalapeños and aji amarillo peppers.
Smoky barbecue chicken with perfectly juicy meat and a sweet, sticky glaze.
Perfectly juicy, crisp, and smoky grilled cornish hens rubbed with rosemary and lemon zest.
For the best grilled chicken, start it off with a slow-cook over the cooler side of a two-level grill to allow the skin to dry and get ready to crisp. Finish it off directly over the hot coals to crisp up the skin until crackly and charred.
A regional treat of Binghamton, New York, these super marinated cubes of chicken are skewered, grilled, and then delivered to a soft roll to make one amazing sandwich.
Grilled skinless chicken breasts are all-too-often more like pieces of cardboard than proper serious eats. With a little know-how, however, we no longer have to stand for this injustice. The key to juicy grilled chicken breasts is to brine them first, then to cook them over a two-zone fire, using a thermometer to gauge doneness.
Although these may be a bit much for backyard barbecue, this recipe shows exactly how competition barbecuers pack as much flavor into their meats as possible, along with a strong focus on presentation.
Each Saturday evening we bring you a Sunday Supper recipe. Why on Saturday? So you have time to shop and prepare for tomorrow. In case you hadn't noticed, it's Memorial Day weekend here in the U.S. of A., and like...
I was discussing Memorial Day eats on the ride home with my coworker and mentioned the possibility of smoking some beer-can chicken this weekend. This utterance caused my workmate to drop his jaw, take his eyes off the road to stare directly at me and exclaim with puzzled excitement, "What the hell is that?!?!"