Healthy Grilled Chicken
No doubt about it, healthy grilled chicken is a tasty meal. Brushed with olive oil or rubbed with spices, these healthy grilled chicken recipes are ready in less than 15 minutes.See Popular Healthy Grilled Chicken Recipes
If you prefer, use bone-in chicken breasts instead of chicken quarters for a healthier version of this Asian-style marinade recipe.
Use the Asian-style barbecue sauce while grilling, reserving a bit to heat up and serve with the cooked chicken.
Pack every bite of this grilled chicken with flavor. Inject a blend of garlic and basil under the skin, and add a combination of lemon, sweet pepper, and additional garlic to the cavity.
This quick and easy mustard-based marinade pairs well with chicken and is ready in the time it takes you to stir together a few ingredients.
Basil and jalapeno marry perfectly brushed on this grilled chicken.
A chipotle pepper mixture and molasses sauce gives this grilled chicken recipe a wonderful blend of sweet and spicy flavors.
The fresh flavor of pineapple and the addition of garlic, cilantro and lime juice make a tropical salsa that's just the ticket for grilled chicken breasts.
An oil-free marinade adds flavor and moisture to the chicken but keeps this dinner under 200 calories per serving.
This barbecue recipe is a match made in heaven. Celestial star fruit (also called carambola) is a striking addition to this chicken dish, an Italian-Indian mix.
Marinating the chicken is the most time-consuming part of this recipe. Once put on the grill, the chicken is ready in less than 15 minutes. Cucumbers and mango add a cooling contrast.
Once you've grilled the chicken, let the kids help assemble this easy dinner. Salsa, cheese and kiwifruit make fun toppers for the chicken.
Fresh peach salsa is a burst of Southwestern flavor in this wine-marinated chicken drumstick recipe.
Chipotle chile peppers in adobo sauce create fabulous firepower in this chunky peach brush-on for chicken. When your schedule's jam-packed, save about 30 minutes of grilling time by opting for chicken breast halves instead of thighs.
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