Health Safe Grilled Chicken Recipe for a Healthy Body


Everyone needs a good grilled chicken recipe in their arsenal. Any grilled recipe you cook is going to be better than fried or broiled. A good recipe that makes a juicy, tender, and flavorful chicken breasts, each and every time. Fill up on fruits and vegetables and serve yourself a healthy serving of grains and other fresh vegetables after the meal, for a well-balanced meal.

Make sure to use boneless skinless chicken breasts in your recipes to get the most flavor. This cuts the fat content without reducing the quality of the meat. Use a food processor or food chopper to shred the breasts until they are very thin. You can always add seasonings to help take it up a notch.

This Recipe is one that I really enjoy making. I typically use a mix of canned and fresh veggies when cooking this. I find it best to use frozen veggies in this recipe, but feel free to use fresh if you prefer. I like to use a salad spinner to make quick and easy salads, so use one to chop up the veggies for me.

Health Safe Grilled Chicken Recipe


  1. 1 pound grilled chicken, washed and thinned.
  2. 1 tsp. Salt
  3. 1 tsp. Black Pepper (Freshly Ground)
  4. 1 Tbsp. Virgin Olive Oil
  5. Fresh Salad as required.
  6. Lemon Wedges


Place half of the chicken breast onto one of the smaller burners with tongs. Place another half of the bird on top of the grill with tongs. Bring to medium-high heat, then turn the burner to medium low to grill the breast for about 2 minutes. Don’t let it touch the bottom of the lid while it is cooking, you will want to squeeze out as much juice as possible.

Once the chicken breast has been half-cooked, check with a thermometer to determine its temperature by placing the index finger in the center of the breast. Turn the stove off and remove the bird from the grill. Check the internal temperature of the recipe to determine if it’s completely cooked using a thermometer.

The last step of this Grilled Chicken Recipe is to serve. I prefer to serve it with freshly ground black pepper and lemon wedges.

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