Grilled, Blackened Chicken Breasts


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Grilled, Blackened Chicken Breasts Picture
1.    If the Chicken Breasts are super thick, you should carefully slice them in half to make them thinner like I did in this picture, when IU was making Chicken Parmesan. Place them either in a bowl or on a platter.

2.    Mix the ingredients for the Blackening Rub in a small bowl.

3.    Coat the Chicken Breasts with vegetable oil, and the blacken. This was the perfect amount of Rub for 2 breasts. You really want to make sure that there's a lot of Rub covering each breast..

4.    Preheat your grill to really hot. Place the seasoned chicken breasts on the grill, by first swiping them across the grates they'll be resting on. Swiping them across the grate will deposit a little of the oil on the grate, and help keep the Chicken Breasts from sticking.

5.    Cook about 5 minutes per side, or until they're done. Be sure you don't overcook the chicken, or it'll be dry.

Ron's Note:
It's hard to give a precise time due to the fact that everyone's grill will be a different temperature, and each piece of meat is going to be a slightly different thickness.





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