Spicy Grilled Chicken
If you're a fan of heat and smoke, try spicy grilled chicken at your next barbecue. These easy recipes fire up the taste buds with spicy grilled chicken drenched in deliciousness, from sriracha honey glaze to crushed red pepper.
Give these zesty chicken thighs a head start by partially cooking them in the microwave. Then finish them on the grill with the onion-stuffed potatoes.
Basil and jalapeno marry perfectly brushed on this grilled chicken.
Fresh, fast and light as they can be, these healthful chicken wraps contain Asia's most essential flavors and signature crisp and crunchy textures. When peeling fresh ginger, remember that the roots' finest flavor lies just beneath its papery beige skin. To remove the skin, gently scrape with a small spoon rather than using a knife or peeler.
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.
Chicken legs are economical and a great choice for grilling. The spicy barbecue sauce boasts lots of Texas flavor and is delicious with the moist dark meat from the legs.
Take Italian cooking outdoors with this chicken recipe. Grill polenta slices alongside the honey-and-jalapeno-marinated chicken and serve with a zesty fresh tomato and olive sauce.
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.
Eat these grilled burgers with a knife and fork and be sure to scoop up every last bit of the peach-and-pear salsa.
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.
The name "Wings of Fire" is no understatement, as a quick read of this chicken-wings recipe will tell you. Two hot pepper sauces and two forms of dried chiles make sure that these wings are hot, hot hot. Treat a few wings to the rub -- but spare them from the sauce -- for guests that prefer milder foods.
Dress up skewered chicken with this spicy Thai-inspired glaze. As you assemble the kabobs, leave at least a 1/4-inch space between the pieces to allow the chicken to cook evenly.