There is no plain meat that tastes as good as meat that is cooked on the grill! When you are trying to eat clean and healthy, being able to grill meat is a must! I live in Northwest Indiana and as anyone who knows this area can tell you, we have more winter than summer and the temperature can change by 20 degrees in one day! This makes using an outdoor grill difficult to do year round. This is what makes me so thankful for the invention of the indoor grill!
Hubby bought one of these for me and even though I was wanting one, I wasn’t sure if the results would be the same. Well, I came up with a way to season my chicken so that you wouldn’t know the difference whether it was cooked inside on an electric grill or on the outdoor grill! This grilled chicken can be eaten as is (it’s so good!) or used in salads or other dishes.
Grilled Chicken Recipe:
3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 tbsp liquid hickory smoke (I use Wright’s brand-it’s all natural, contains just water and liquid smoke concentrate)
1/4 tsp extra virgin olive oil
McCormick perfect pinch salt-free garlic & herb seasoning
In condiment bowl (or other small bowl) add liquid smoke and olive oil
brush tops of chicken breasts with smoke mix using a silicon basting brush
Sprinkle seasoning generously over tops of chicken breasts
When grill is heated, arrange chicken breasts on it seasoning side down.
Cook thoroughly, flipping halfway through.