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all chicken should be 180
20 seconds in the microwave.
depending on the sise of the chicken legs or thighs 15 to 20mins or until its not pink in the center any more..... loser
you dont - chicken must be thoroughly defrosted befor cooking
8 minutes on each side and sometimes leave it on the grill cr another 4 minutes
If you're cooking chicken breast or thighs, 15 - 20 minutes. A whole chicken in a covered BBQ takes an hour, depends how big it is though - use a meat thermometer if you're not sure.
Total grilling time for bone-in chicken breast is about 25 minutes.
You have to cook the chicken breast 5-6 minutes on each side depending on the thickness.
180 degrees internal chicken temp.. turn the grill up, medium high, to high. grill a breast 5 to 6 minutes a side, thighs 6-7minutes a side... give or take
I would say your best bet would be to get 30 legs and 30 thighs. They are usually less expensive and have more meat and in my opinion they taste better and jucier on the grill than wings or breasts.
EASY Company Worthy Jerk Chicken and Peach SalsaMarinate bonesless chicken thighs (or breasts) in KC Masterpiece Caribbean Jerk marinage for about 20-30 minutes. Discard excess marinade, bake chicken thighs at 400 degrees (or 425 for bbq "effect") for about 30 minutes. (A bit longer if you prefer crispy grilled-like lool/taste.) BTW, these are excellent cooked on an actual grill. While chicken is baking, prepare peaches. Drain juices from jarred peaches. Combine peaches...(I like Dole in the plastic clear container) with juice of a lime and a handful of chopped cilantro. Serve grilled chicken thighs over white rice with peach salsa over the top. EXCELLENT!! and EASY!!
Thick breasts will take around 5-8 minutes. Small "stirfry" pieces will only take about 2 minutes.
Everything you cook on the grill needs to be on high heat so you sear it and keep in the juices. If it catches fire it is too hot. Marinade is good for chicken breasts because of the lack of fat/flavor. A clean, hot grill will cook chicken perfectly. Don't turn it too often and use a little oil prior to putting it on the grill. Oil can be mixed in with things like BBQ sauce to keep it from burning.
You don't, you grill it on a grill Einstein
Until the juice running out of the chicken is clear. The time to grill varies from the size of the chicken.
Place the chicken on the grill and spray with non-stick.
10-15 minutes or so.. as it cooks from both sides and a thigh isn't as thick as a leg would be.
it is chicken... that is cooked on a grill...
I will grill chicken until it reaches 170 to 180 degrees.
This microwave does not include a grill or grill function.
Grill it if possible and marinate it in honey fresh lemon juice and freshly ground black pepper.
The answer depends on weather you use direct or indirect cooking. Direct heat grilling is the placement of the meat directly over the heat source and indirect heat grilling is the placement of the meat off to the side of the heat source. Direct grilling of boneless chicken thighs should take 15 to 20 minutes and grilling indirectly with the grill chamber temperature at 350 degrees should take 35 to 45 minutes. The time varies in accordance to the thickness of the chicken.
The length of time that you cook a chicken in a smoker grill would depend on what size chicken you have, and how hot your grill gets. Typically it would be about 30 minutes.
No. Chicken meat turns white when properly cooked; the outside will also be slightly browned. If part of the meat is still pink, do not eat it. Return it to the pan/grill/cooking surface and let it finish.