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Posted: 10/7/2007 5:13:28 PM EST






Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:14:29 PM EST
Not hot enough?
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:14:32 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:15:00 PM EST
clean your grill.

Oil it immediately (use an old kitchen towel dripping with oil and tongs) before putting the chicken on.

Make sure it is good and hot.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:16:23 PM EST
Clean, then apply olive oil w/ a rag or paper towl to the grates.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:16:58 PM EST

Originally Posted By tileguy1:
Not hot enough?


+1

And need new grill grate or blast that thing off with a bead blaster, season and crank up the heat to sear then lower for cooking.

My two cents...
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:17:30 PM EST
Oil your grill.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:18:07 PM EST
Don't hit them with your car.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:18:14 PM EST
yep clean the grill and oil it. get the grill hotter before you add the bird. let it get 1/2 done before you flip it and it wont peal off so bad. it happens to me if i do the frozen breasts on the grill. cause it dont get done enough before i flip it. -chris
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:18:39 PM EST
Oil the grill or leave the feathers on.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:19:05 PM EST
That happens to me everytime.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:21:59 PM EST
Oh dear God, please tell me that is not a "Boneless, Skinless" chicken breast, if it is then you have caught teh ghey and that is the least of your troubles.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:23:12 PM EST
When it's happened to me, I think it's because I tried to flip them too soon. Oil or Pam will help, but what I do is wait until I see the very edges look like they're getting done...kind of like flipping pancakes.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:23:40 PM EST
You need more fat.....and more beer. Try wings next time.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:24:39 PM EST
Everyone is correct....a grill must be seasoned like an iron skillet....keep it well oiled and don't scub it with water/soap or over clean it. BTW cook a few juicy steaks without cleaning it afterwards....red meat is just the ticket for greasing up a grill



roy d
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:27:53 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/7/2007 5:28:27 PM EST by AllserviceBilliards]
Start fire.

Wait about 5 minutes.

Clean grill - brush burnt matter and particulates, but do not scrub off any seasoning.

Cover grill.

Wait for tempurature to be right.

Place chicken on hot grill.

Allow chicken to cook for a minute.

Chicken should not yet be stuck

Flip chicken.

Allow chicken to cook for a minute.

Chicken should not be stuck.

Chicken is now seared.

Flip chicken again and cook as normal.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:28:32 PM EST
It's because you didn't add beans to it...no wait, wrong thread.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:30:35 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:31:42 PM EST
Fail
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:33:09 PM EST

Originally Posted By colbyjack:
yep clean the grill and oil it. get the grill hotter before you add the bird. let it get 1/2 done before you flip it and it wont peal off so bad. it happens to me if i do the frozen breasts on the grill. cause it dont get done enough before i flip it. -chris


You put frozen food on the grill?

Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:36:04 PM EST
You fail in more ways then one.

Don't put frozen chicken on grill.

Your grates look like they never truly been cleaned or mantained.

Your gas grill is type that have shields over the burners.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:37:36 PM EST
Feed your grill more and it won't bite your food!
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:40:04 PM EST
Worst dinner pic ever!
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:43:42 PM EST

Originally Posted By flannagan_bryan:
i always spray some pam on the grill before i turn it on, same with grilling fish.


+1


Much more fun to spray the Pam when the grill is good 'n hot, though.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:46:29 PM EST
Thanks for the tips!

Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:50:35 PM EST
All good advice here.


Keep your grill clean and oiled...just like your guns.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:51:45 PM EST

Originally Posted By Vaquero45:
All good advice here.


Keep your grill clean and oiled...just like your guns.


and your women...
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:53:49 PM EST
Heat grill

Cover, allow most of that crap you have on there to burn off.

Remove cover, scrape/ brush any remaining build up off of grill.

Spray with Pam or use a towel dampened with canola/ grapeseed oil and season the grate.

I usually have a marinade or at least some olive oil on the piece of food to bee grilled.

Place chicken on the grill, and don't touch it. Just leave it alone for 3-4 minutes.

flip the bird and continue to cook on the other side, to about 157 degrees. Pull chicken off and allow to rest for 5 minutes ( the internal temp should "carry over" to 165, and allow for a very moist, perfectly cooked chicken breast).

Slice from the "fat" end to the skinny/ thin end. This method "pushes" juices from the fat end down to the thin end of the chicken breast.

Link Posted: 10/7/2007 5:55:20 PM EST
Flatten the chicken to equal thickness and spray both sides with Pam.
Turn the heat down and brush the grate with oil right before cooking.
Sear on high heat a min per side; reduce to med heat for 4 mins.


Link Posted: 10/7/2007 6:37:26 PM EST

Originally Posted By AllserviceBilliards:
Start fire.

Wait about 5 minutes.

Clean grill - brush burnt matter and particulates, but do not scrub off any seasoning.

Cover grill.

Wait for tempurature to be right.

Place chicken on hot grill.

Allow chicken to cook for a minute.

Chicken should not yet be stuck

Flip chicken.

Allow chicken to cook for a minute.

Chicken should not be stuck.

Chicken is now seared.

Flip chicken again and cook as normal.


+1.

I would also add that using a wire brush to clean a grill is not proper. It can cause the grill to hold in more carbon between cleaning and then its over. The best way to clean a grill is with hot water and a non-chemicaly treated scrubbing pad. then heat the grill up and apply a thin coat of olive oil or even veggy oil before it gets to hot to handle. then allow it to cool. then heat it back up and then cook on it.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 6:55:19 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:30:45 PM EST
Chicken is for fags and pussies. Eat some red meat, if you have to have white meat cook some pork.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 8:03:59 PM EST
The only "real"answer is: Your grill is too fucking hot . You can't cook chicken "medium rare". Cool your grill and cook you chicken a little longer.

Mine tonight was damn near perfect, and didn't stick to the grill.

I have, however, stuck chicken to the grill, because the grill was too hot to start with.
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 1:55:06 AM EST

Originally Posted By scottfire1957:
The only "real"answer is: Your grill is too fucking hot . You can't cook chicken "medium rare". Cool your grill and cook you chicken a little longer.

Mine tonight was damn near perfect, and didn't stick to the grill.

I have, however, stuck chicken to the grill, because the grill was too hot to start with.

+1, too hot.
I'm amazed you and I are the only ones here who know that.

Chicken can not be charred like beef. You don't want those grill marks on chicken that we like on a steak. It does not carmelize like beef, it just carbonizes. That's bad.
I like to clean my grill with heat, but you can't put chicken on a red hot grill or expose it to high heat. Use the upper rack or let the grill cool. Oil helps, but is not nessesary.

Link Posted: 10/8/2007 2:27:51 AM EST
Clean and oil your grill. Use moderate temperatures. I've noticed personally that a lot of people tend to cook at too high of a temperature.
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