Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Boneless Buffalo Chicken

It's funny how every year we find a new, favorite chicken to grill for the Summer. One year it was terryaki, one year it was spicy BBQ, another year, Italian herb. So this year? Is is grilled buffalo chicken breasts. Not any breasts though, highly seasoned ones. I've found my new spice rub for the Summer-Ranch seasoning! It had great flavor that the kids loved (without buffalo sauce of course) and the parents loved it, no messy wings again! If I just had some of that Restaurant Style Ranch left over ;)

chicken breasts, pounded to flatten (as many as you want to serve)
Dry, Ranch seasoning
bottle of Buffalo Sauce (we use Otts) or Louisiana hot sauce
black pepper

Sprinkle the breasts with the dry Ranch on both sides, the more you use the more flavor they will have. Place in fridge for 20 minutes or so. Preheat the grill. Remove chicken from the fridge and sprinkle with pepper. Throw the chicken on an oiled grill. Pour about a 1/2 of cup sauce into a dish. Cook the first side of chicken, usually around 10 minutes, and flip. Coat cooked side of chicken with sauce. Finish cooking other side, flip and coat. Continue flipping and coating until the sauce is as "gooey" as you would like. And if you are making them family friendly then don't coat with sauce :)

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