Grilled chicken works well in a variety of recipes, from pasta dishes to salads and sandwiches. Whether adding grilled chicken to a salad or serving it as a main course, consider using these tasty marinade and sauce recipes.See Popular Grilled Chicken Recipes
Agliata is a garlicky Italian bread-crumb mixture. For this main dish, it's used as a coating for chicken to create a delicious toasted crust.
Garlic, red pepper and soy sauce create the signature Asian flavors in this grilled chicken.
Grilling flavor secret? Try this citrus and herb marinade for tasty chicken.
Smoky barbecue sauce combines with picante sauce to create an intriguing grilling sauce for chicken.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... A real peach of a recipe, with tender chicken drenched in fruit preserves and flavored with piquant chopped green chiles. Add fresh green beans and cornbread for a primo dinner.
Flavorful and moist, this chicken on the can gets its roasted look and taste from grilling over a can of beer.
A Betty Crocker Diabetes Cookbook shares a recipe! Make chicken Mediterranean with feta, oregano, tomatoes and olives.
Give your grill a Mediterranean flair. Olive oil, fresh herbs, garlic and olives are the flavor secrets.
A sweet and spicy maple sauce is added to whole chicken legs during the last 10 minutes of smoke cooking.
Stir-frying on the grill adds a smoky flavor that complements the sweet, citrus marinade.
Satay-style chicken skewers with sticky rice make a great Asian-inspired dinner.
Make grilled chicken sizzle with flavor when you use tomatillos, jalapenos, cilantro and garlic to create a salsa and marinade.
For tender, succulent chicken that's juicy inside and crispy outside, grab a couple bricks and fire up the grill.
Try this chicken recipe from Betty Crocker.
If you're looking for a main-dish salad, try this refreshing version featuring marinated grilled chicken atop a hearty salad of mixed greens, oranges and avocado.
The Cornish hens need to chill several hours so prepare them ahead of your cookout or dinner.
Add a Mexican accent to your run-of-the-mill club sandwich with a scoop of fresh guacamole. Ole!