Whats the best cookware to Grill chicken breast?

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Whats the best cookware to Grill chicken breast?

Postby dale23 » March 13th, 2010, 2:35 am

Would a gas grill leave the chicken juicy and tender? I have used a George foreman grill but it leaves it dry and kind of hard and charcoal tend to leave it about the same not to mention the times it takes to set the grill up. I would like to cook 5 pieces of chicken so I can eat it through the week. What can I do or what should I use to keep the chicken fresh and tender?

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Postby Shellie » March 13th, 2010, 4:20 am

Since you sell cookware, I'm thinking you already know.

Could it be your presence here is to advertise your business?
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Postby Pastor Bill » July 13th, 2010, 8:18 am

sounds like you are overcooking the chicken. my Gas grill doesn't dry the chicken out (unless you overcook).

regardless of the cookware, overcooking will cause chicken to be dry.
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