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Alton Brown Masters Indoor Chicken Grilling With a Kettlebell

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Alton Brown puts the fitness equipment to good use

Brown butterflies the chicken before grilling for an even cook.

If you’re craving grilled chicken to go with that fresh watermelon juice, Alton Brown has another hack for you: The TV food star took to Instagram to show how to grill chicken “under a brick” — sans brick.

In the video, Brown opens up an indoor electric grill to cook chicken, but rather than closing the grill and playing the waiting game, he adds a 15-pound kettlebell on top to get a firm press.

“I don't need no stinkin' brick,” Brown wrote in the caption, referring to the common practice of cooking chicken under weight to grill more evenly, resulting in nice and crispy chicken skin.

To read about six ways you’ve been grilling your chicken all wrong, click here.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

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Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

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A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

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Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


12 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken

Whole chickens aren't just for roasting in the oven. Head outdoors and fire up the grill — these summery takes yield juicy, flavorful results every time.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©Copyright 2015

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Next-Level Grilling Ideas

A whole bird on the grill is one of the best things you can hope to eat this summer. Juicy, smoky and crispy-skinned, it pleases a party of wing, breast and thigh lovers all in one go. There are lots of different methods &mdash from the time-tested spatchcocking route to a genius Bundt pan hack &mdash all of which will give you great results. Pro tip: Just as you do with a steak, let your chicken rest for 20 minutes or more for the juiciest results.

Grilled Spatchcocked Greek Chicken

Grilled Blackened Cajun Chicken

Soy-Garlic-Glazed Cola Can Chicken

Slow-Grilled Chipotle Chicken

Grilled Bundt-Pan Provencal Chicken with Roasted Potatoes

Grilled Whole Porchetta-Style Chicken

Grilled Curry Chicken

A simple rub of curry powder, parsley, salt and pepper is all this spatchcocked chicken needs to grill up perfectly juicy and flavorful. Just be sure to plan ahead the seasoned chicken needs to rest in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Smoked Whole Chicken with Honey BBQ Sauce

You won&rsquot believe the flavor that&rsquos packed into this chicken. Best of all, you don&rsquot need a smoker. You can achieve the same results on your grill if you make a few wood chip foil packets.

The Best Grilled Chicken

We simplified the grilled chicken cooking process with this recipe, which leads to a smoky, super-juicy bird that is filled with the bright flavors of lemon and herbs. We spatchcocked a whole chicken to increase the surface area that makes contact with the grill and used a generous amount of herb butter to help it self-baste as it gently cooks over indirect heat.

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is a summertime classic &mdash and this recipe makes it easy. You only need a handful of ingredients, all of which are probably in your kitchen right now.

Grilled Chicken With Redeye BBQ Sauce

It&rsquos tough to beat a tender, juicy barbecue chicken. But, we think Michael Symon&rsquos done it &mdash by kicking up the tangy sauce with the toasty flavors of coffee.

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with Harissa

You&rsquoll never have mediocre grilled chicken when you use yogurt in your marinade. It makes the chicken perfectly tender and adds a nice, creamy richness to it. Combined with the smoky, charred flavor of the grill, it gives you a summery main that&rsquos guaranteed to impress.


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