By Bad Seed
Few things seem easier than grilling a skinless, boneless chicken breast. However, grilling a tender, juicy and flavourful chicken breast can be a difficult task.
Without the chicken's protective skin and because of the uneven thickness, you frequently end up with a dry piece of meat by the time it's done. Pounding the chicken breast to an even thickness, then grilling over a high, direct heat will solve this problem. When buying skinless chicken breasts they have a tapered shape and attached tenderloin. For grilling purposes it’s best to remove the tenderloin since it will cook much too fast. To even out the meat, pound it to about 1cm thickness. This will give the breast a uniform thickness and break up the meat, which will allow it to cook evenly and quickly.
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