Barbecue Chicken Breasts
Barbecue chicken breast recipes are appealing for their versatility in salads, sandwiches, and casseroles. These easy recipes for barbecue chicken breasts are fast, convenient, and delicious.
Country meets city in this barbecue sauce recipe that's perfect to serve for Fourth of July celebrations--or any outdoor summer party. Sherry supplies the uptown flavor. The homemade barbecue sauce makes this grilled chicken dinner special.
You can serve this delightfully low-fat chicken main dish in less than an hour. The homemade barbecue sauce is brushed on before baking and passed with the chicken at dinner.
A cup of root beer and a hint of honey sweetens up the quick and easy homemade barbecue sauce. Try it slathered on ribs and pork, too.
A chipotle pepper mixture and molasses sauce gives this grilled chicken recipe a wonderful blend of sweet and spicy flavors.
A dry rub of spice-cabinet staples like chili powder and smoked paprika gives this chicken and potato dinner scalable heat.
Use your favorite barbecue sauce and your favorite smoked cheese to personalize these easy chicken pizzas.
Summer isn't really summer without tackling a few recipes for how to barbecue chicken. With minimal prep time and the grill itself doing most of the heavy lifting, hosts preparing barbecue chicken can mingle with guests--and still end up with a fabulous meal.
For fresher flavor and fewer preservatives, mix up your own batch of barbecue sauce. Canned tropical fruit is the perfect natural sweetener.
Packed with protein, this barbecued chicken dish packs a spicy punch thanks to its sauce, which also works on ribs.
Decadently sauced and falling-from-the-bone tender, Scott Peacock's classic barbecue chicken recipe is a family favorite.
Serve this marinated chicken dinner at your next cookout. Guests love the unexpected grilled grape side dish.
Grill a barbecue-sauced chicken breast to make a quick sandwich. Then add the simple side salad made with carrots, walnuts, and spinach.
Grilled chicken is chopped up and mixed with barbecue sauce for this main-dish salad.
While chicken breasts often get all the glory, the drumsticks and thighs hold some of the juiciest and most flavorful meat--and even better, they're inexpensive and easy to prepare. Drumsticks are also favorites among young diners since they come with a "handle" and are fun to eat. So, knowing how to cook chicken legs is an especially useful skill for anyone feeding a family.