I would argue that boneless, skinless chicken breasts are the number one protein in the average American’s refrigerator. However, when they are not properly cooked, they can become a boring waste of money.
The goal of today’s video is to show how to imbue flavor and maintain moisture with proper marinating and grilling technique. While a simple mix of kosher salt and pepper works wonders, today’s recipe is a step up and will yield a prepared protein that will induce the “Cave Crave”.
If you are looking for another amazing chicken breast preparation, don’t forget about my Paleo Chicken and Shrimp Rolls…
Alright, guys. There are a lot of exciting things brewing on my end and I can ensure you that 2015 is going to be a big year for Paleo Nick. I’ve got a new line of spice mixes coming out, I’m working on expanding and upgrading my Ice Age Frozen Meal service and I’ve got a few new Culinary Adventures in the planning stages as well. With all this being said, I am making it my primary goal to provide consistent, high-quality content in a timely manner. I hope that you’ll follow along and support this effort.
I’ll leave you with this quote:
“The greatest knowledge is in knowing that you know nothing.”– Socrates
Think on what this means and you’ll be better for it.
Have a great weekend guys and, as always, do your best to…
“Keep It Paleo!”
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Italian Grilled Chicken Breast
“Keep It Paleo!”
We are using 4 Chicken Breast which weigh between 6-8oz each, so we are going to average them at 7 each. After cooking they cook down to about 6oz, and since there are 4 of them we get a total of 24 protein Blocks.
Everything else on this recipe is for the marinade so we aren’t going to count it towards our blocks as its just adding flavor. The chicken however will yield 24 protein blocks which you can divide up into taste 3-5 block portions.