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If you're gonna give them the bird, better do it right
Grilled Chicken and Egg Potato Salad
Thai Marinated Grilled Chicken Skewers
Grilled Greek Chicken with Tzatziki Sauce
Grilled Chicken Pizza
Hey, if you're already cooking the chicken on the grill, why not cook the whole pizza on the grill, too? The kids will love this simple pizza recipe, which makes use of help from the store in the form of refrigerated pizza dough and bottled barbecue sauce to get dinner on the table quickly and effortlessly.
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Grilled Chicken with Mustard-Tarragon Sauce
Flash-Grilled Chicken Breasts with Orange-Maple Syrup Sauce
Japanese Chicken and Leek Skewers
Negima, as these are called in Japanese, are delicious and easy to make. They're a staple of robata restaurants — places which specialize in grilling in all its glory — and also izakayas, Japanese pubs. In true minimalist Japanese fashion, the ingredient list is short and simple: chicken, thin leeks or scallions, and sea salt.
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Spicy Greek Yogurt and Lime Marinated Chicken Skewers
Grilled Chicken Pitas with Saffron and Greek Slaw
Chicken Tawook Skewers
Sawsan Abu Farha, author of Chef in Disguise, worked hard to perfect this famous Middle Eastern dish, and the results paid off. She says, "All I have to say about this recipe is… We don't order shish tawook when we eat out any more." Her marinade consists of tomato paste, ketchup (yes, that's right), garlic, mustard, soy sauce, yogurt, olive oil, and spices.
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Grilled Chipotle Orange Chicken
Grilled Chicken with Watermelon Barbecue Sauce
Gai Yang with Bird’s-Eye Chile Dipping Sauce
Looking for a little culinary adventure? Perhaps you'll want to try this recipe by Cree LeFavour, author of the Poulet cookbook. It's a classic Thai dish that should be next on your list if you're ready to make a leap away from pad thai. The dipping sauce is an addictive, simple blend of Thai chiles, garlic, raw sugar, and vinegar that forms a perfect balance of hot, sweet, and sour.
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