Teriyaki Grilled Chicken Breast Tips
Why is my Teriyaki Grilled Chicken rubbery?
The leading cause for rubbery chicken breast is overcooking. When grilling chicken, be sure to do so over indirect heat, paying close attention to the grilling time noted in the recipe.
How do you grill teriyaki chicken breast without drying it out?
Marinating chicken breast is a great way to avoid dry meat. Grilling chicken over indirect heat also helps keep the meat juicy. Keep an eye on the chicken and flip it as directed in the recipe. Want to become a grill master? Check out our grilling guide
to learn it all.
How do you store teriyaki grilled chicken breast?
Once cooked, this teriyaki grilled chicken breast can last in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. You can also wrap the grilled chicken in foil, set it in a freezer-proof storage container and freeze it up to 4 months. Now that you know how to freeze cooked chicken
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What are some additional ingredients you can add to the marinade?
Getting creative with marinades
is easy. For this recipe, you can simply add a splash of lemon or lime juice, or stir in a little ground coriander or Chinese five spice powder. You could even mix in a dash or two of teriyaki sauce or an Asian-inspired salad dressing. —Mark Hagen
, Taste of Home Executive Editor
1 each: 301 calories, 13g fat (3g saturated fat), 111mg cholesterol, 364mg sodium, 3g carbohydrate (2g sugars, 0 fiber), 40g protein.