Chicken on the Grill
This is hands down my favorite of all time way to grill chicken. You're probably thinking someone who makes pasta as often as I do doesn't know sh*t about how to cook meat on a grill. This is true, except for chicken. I can freaking make some damn good chicken on the grill.
I start off with a salt water brine (at least two hours or overnight) and then I use garlic powder and cayenne pepper and I brush layers of BBQ sauce onto the wings as they cook. If you don't have BBQ sauce they are just as good with the cayenne and garlic powder. You can use any part of the chicken for this recipe. I've done it with breasts, drums, thighs and wings. (Wings and drums are my fave!!)
As far as amount goes: make sure to have enough chicken for the number of people you plan to feed, which is obvious but there's always one person that will ask if I am not SUPER clear, lol. The salt water brine ratio is 1 cup water : 1 tsp salt, so however many cups of water it takes to cover the chicken in an airtight container or ziplock bag + the appropriate amount of salt.
5/22/2020 03:05:30 pm
5/25/2020 08:24:14 pm
Hi Jane! It looks like you use a light colored barbecue sauce in the photo, almost like honey mustard. May I ask what kind or brand the barbecue sauce is? Looks delicious!
5/27/2020 07:57:28 am
Hi! I use Branch BBQ sauce, it's a mixture of ranch and bbq and it comes in regular and spicy flavors! https://www.branchsauce.com/
5/28/2020 07:02:14 am
Thanks! Can't wait to try it!
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