Cooking is something that everybody can enjoy. There are many healthy ways to cook. When you bake foods the fat is usually contained into the pot or pan you are cooking with. Some people do choose to bake directly on the rack with a pan underneath to catch the fat. This is a good method, but not the best.
Grilling is a great way to create healthy lean meals. When you grill meat it will help remove any access fat. You can use any kind of grill for meat. In the summer you can use a charcoal or propane gas grill. In this article we will discuss various tasty ways of grilling chicken.
The first way of making tasty grilled chicken we will discuss is best on an outdoor grill. You can choose whether prone gas or charcoal is more to your liking. The key to keeping chicken moist when grilling is good marinate and avoiding overcooking.
The night before soak boneless skin less chicken breasts in a mixture of soy sauce and water. This will add cholesterol to the meal, but the salt content of the soy sauce will make the chicken extremely moist. The next day remove the chicken from the mixture and lightly coat the chicken with a pinch of garlic and pepper. Preheat or light your grill. Give them ten minutes to heat up before adding the chicken. If you’re using a gas grill medium is the best heat. Add the chicken and cook for approximately ten minutes. The total cook time may vary depending upon the size of the chicken. These can be served many ways. One really good way is chicken sandwiches. You just add your bun and cheese of choice and it makes a tasty sandwich. Another idea is over cooked white rice. The soy sauce will compliment the dish.
Grilled barbecue chicken is one of my favorite recipes. I prefer to use bone in chicken to keep the tenderness. You can use which ever pieces you like best. The first thing to do is coat your chicken in honey and light brown sugar. This will add a tangy flavor. This tastes best when done approximately half an hour before cooking. It is also nice to add some crushed red peppers and black pepper to the seasoning. Go ahead and preheat your grill. (This can be done on any grill, but if you are using large pieces it may be times consuming on an indoor grill. I prefer this recipe with a propane grill.) The sauce for this recipe is fairly easy. You take one jar of honey and one jar of traditional store bought barbecue sauce in any brand and add brown sugar and honey to taste. Then, add pepper and crush red peppers into the sauce. You will need to heat the sauce to properly combine all ingredients. Next throw your chicken on the grill and cook for ten minutes on each side. After the brown sugar has liquefied and bonded to the chicken add some of the sauce on each side. Turn the chicken every three minutes and reapply sauce. This recipe is excellent served with corn on the cob and a fresh salad.