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    Cheryl Guest

    Default Grilled chicken breast

    Tonight I grilled a marinated chicken breast. Before the chicken, I
    sliced a potato and drizzled on some olive oil, added some salt and
    fresh ground pepper, wrapped it in a couple of sheets of foil to make a
    pouch, and grilled that for about a half hour before putting on the chicken.

    The chicken marinated in garlic powder, onion powder, dried rosemary
    that I crushed with the mortar and pestle, fresh ground pepper, a little
    salt and some olive oil.

    The chicken was cooked for 10 minutes per side (a thick breast) and
    turned out so moist and cut like warm butter. When I took it off the
    grill I waited a few minutes, then sliced into it to make sure it was
    cooked through. There was the slightest tinge of pink, but another 5
    minutes while I steamed some broccoli and it finished cooking with the
    residual heat.

    Delicious!

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    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Grilled chicken breast

    that sounds just devine, Lee
    "Cheryl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:4de1b432$0$26778$[email protected]..
    > Tonight I grilled a marinated chicken breast. Before the chicken, I
    > sliced a potato and drizzled on some olive oil, added some salt and fresh
    > ground pepper, wrapped it in a couple of sheets of foil to make a pouch,
    > and grilled that for about a half hour before putting on the chicken.
    >
    > The chicken marinated in garlic powder, onion powder, dried rosemary that
    > I crushed with the mortar and pestle, fresh ground pepper, a little salt
    > and some olive oil.
    >
    > The chicken was cooked for 10 minutes per side (a thick breast) and turned
    > out so moist and cut like warm butter. When I took it off the grill I
    > waited a few minutes, then sliced into it to make sure it was cooked
    > through. There was the slightest tinge of pink, but another 5 minutes
    > while I steamed some broccoli and it finished cooking with the residual
    > heat.
    >
    > Delicious!




  3. #3
    Cheryl Guest

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    On 5/29/2011 8:34 PM, Omelet wrote:
    > Wow that sounds awesome! I wonder if I could do pouch packs like that
    > in the toaster/convection oven?
    >
    > Was it a split breast or boneless/skinless?


    BS Breast. I learned that here.

    Next time the pouch will have onions. I just ordered a grill basket to
    do veggies and shrimp.


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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Grilled chicken breast

    In article <4de2f99d$0$14528$[email protected]>,
    Cheryl <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On 5/29/2011 8:34 PM, Omelet wrote:
    > > Wow that sounds awesome! I wonder if I could do pouch packs like that
    > > in the toaster/convection oven?
    > >
    > > Was it a split breast or boneless/skinless?

    >
    > BS Breast. I learned that here.
    >
    > Next time the pouch will have onions. I just ordered a grill basket to
    > do veggies and shrimp.


    Thanks! :-)
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