Here's a tip for grilling chicken breasts. Well, it's actually two tips: seasoning and butter.
Get some poultry seasoning from the grocery store. And fuff a bunch on the chicken meat.
Then, throw the chicken on a hot, hot grill. Burners on high. The idea is to cook the one side of the chicken for one minute. Either side first. Doesn't matter. Think of the process to cook a steak, which includes searing the meat to lock in the juices. Same with chicken. High heat. 1 minute. Then, flip.
Now, after flipping once, turn down the burners to medium and cook slowly. Low and slow. Pay attention to a healthy temperature. Use a temperature cooking probe.
And there you go.
Get a beer and toast to yourself for grilling an awesome chicken dinner for the family. Got to take care of yourself at the grill. Keep cool - on the inside.
We tested a few beers to pair with the chicken. And frankly, anything will do. But this Duvel Tripel Hop was excellent.
Now, here's the second tip.
Place a large pad of butter on the plate. Then push the grilled chicken on top of that butter. Oh, yes!
The butter will provide a base for a dipping au jus (that's fancy for thin gravy). And the butter also helps if you happen to overcook. You? Overcook chicken? Never. But just in case.
Great dinner, man. Go. Eat.
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