Grill Your Chicken
Grilling your chicken all depends on its thickness, but it typically takes around seven or eight minutes on each side. Be sure not to lift the chicken if you want to keep those grill marks! Finally, leave it to rest for one minute.
After grilling your chicken, cut the breast into thin slices and layer them in a roll. Now, it’s time to add whatever you like! Honey mustard sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers are all great options. If you want to push the boat out, then you could make a host of sides and let your guests choose what they would like for themselves.
Thankfully, grilled chicken gives us so many ways to experiment with flavor. One option is to marinate your meat in sauces such as lemon juice, harissa paste, or curry sauce before placing the chicken onto a skewer and grilling on the barbecue for some extra chargrilled flavor.
Lemon Chicken Pasta
This dish has a creamy sauce, but it’s still a light evening meal. Merely warm lemon juice and zest, police oil, parmesan, and ricotta in a pan. Mix the sauce with shredded chicken and cooked linguine before serving your creation with a little more parmesan on top.
There is a reason that grilled chicken has lasted so many years, and it seems as though it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Learning how to make your grilled chicken could quickly see you with a whole host of new meal ideas to keep your family fed throughout the week.