Italian Grilled Chicken

Italian Grilled Chicken

Grilled Chicken & Pasta

This is quite simply the freshest and easiest grilled chicken ever made! Make extra and make life easier this week! Use it on a garden salad, in pasta, or chop it up for chicken salad…or try one of these great ideas! Honey Apple Chicken Pasta SaladEasy Chicken Salad or Garden Pasta Salad. Don’t forget to like and share our recipes with your friends!

INGREDIENTS 

Boneless, skinless chicken breasts

Olive Oil

Salt and Pepper

You will also need a meat mallet or a rolling pin and saran wrap or a gallon storage bag.

DIRECTIONS

Heat grill to high. Turn exhaust vent on if using a grill top inside.

Place one chicken breast in a storage bag (do not seal completely) or wrap loosely in saran wrap. Use meat mallet or rolling pin to pound or roll out chicken breast flat. Repeat with remaining chicken breasts. Spray or coat chicken breasts lightly with olive oil. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Place chicken breasts onto hot grill, flip over using tongs after 3-5 minutes, until lightly crisp. Repeat. Remove from heat, and serve immediately.

Enjoy!                            2 Timothy 2:13

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