Marinated chicken breasts hot off the grill are topped with a tangy hot sauce made from scratch that’s sure to impress. Grill up zucchini or tomatoes to go with it and call it dinner!
This sour and spicy chicken dish will leave your taste buds dancing.
No long marinating process here. A quick splash in Mexican spices gives your chicken just the right amount of flavor.
An easy lunch on the grill, with amazing Mexican flavor from marinated chicken breast. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
This is a sweeter chicken marinade, with lightly acidic elements from the wine and lime juice. Then, right before grilling, you'll add savory spices to the meat for a balanced bite.
Use the same sweet flavors of your favorite Mexican summer cocktail to add zip to chicken breasts--even in the dead of winter, since this recipe uses an indoor dual-contact grill.
Chicken breasts spend a little time with the warm flavors of Japanese rice wine and subtly spicy ginger, then quickly cook on a dual-contact grill. Inspired by Michael's "Grilled Sake Ginger Chicken."
Use a mild vinegar, oil, and Italian herb combination to infuse those chicken breasts with extra zip. An indoor grill lets you get a nice charred flavor, brutal snowstorms raging outside or no. Inspired by Rob Young's "Grilled Chicken with Red Wine Vinegar and Oil."
Make these indoor grilled chicken breasts island-style with pineapple juice and soy sauce. Inspired by Michael's "Grilled Skewered Hawaiian Chicken Breasts."
Lemon juice will brighten up chicken breasts, and the spices and herbs of this marinade will give the flavor some depth. Seared on an indoor dual-contact grill, this chicken will take just 5 minutes to cook. Inspired by J.K's "Very Lemon Chicken."
A spicy, citrus marinade and quick cooking time make this recipe a sure winner. Inspired by Agent48's "Lemon Lime Spicy Chicken"
In a sweet twist on the red wine and olive oil marinade classic, use brandy-fortified Italian marsala wine and nutty sesame oil to flavor chicken breasts before quickly cooking on a contact grill. Inspired by Jim Wenink's "Jim's Marsala Marinade."
Big flavor in this easy grilled lunch idea. Pepper jack brings the spice, chicken the meat, and bacon just brings itself. Perfect for the cookout or the tailgate.
Marinate chicken breasts in this powerfully sweet and spicy ingredient combo, then cook them in record time on a dual-contact indoor grill.
This chicken dinner recipe uses the classic (and easy) Italian salad dressing marinade technique, but punched up with lime and garlic. Cook the chicken on a dual-contact indoor grill to get dinner on the table quickly.
Chicken bathed in sweet maple syrup and tangy mustard will emerge from the contact grill with full flavor.