How to Make Grilled, French Cut Chicken Breasts With Lemon & Fresh Rosemary
Making grilled, French cut chicken breasts with lemon and fresh rosemary will require you to make sure that you've first popped the wings right off. Make grilled, French cut chicken breasts with rosemary and lemon with help from an experienced culinary professional in this free video clip.
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My name is Ryan Wagner, and I'm going to show you how to make grilled French cut chicken breasts with lemon and fresh rosemary. Lemon, rosemary and chicken is a quintessential pairing, comes out great every time. So, a French chicken breast is one that has the first wing joint exposed. So, we pop the wings off, we take the breasts off the chicken and there you have it. O.k., so what we're going to do is add some chopped fresh rosemary, about a tablespoon over here to our chicken breast. We've got the zest of one lemon and the juice is well mixed in there. I'm going to go olive oil, salt and pepper. Just enough of this to coat the chicken breasts. Any time you grill, olive oil, salt and pepper, you'll find success. So, let that sit for at least an hour, if you can. Up to three, four, five hours, no problem. So now that it's set, we're going to go ahead and out this on the grill. Skin side down on the grill, get some nice marks on there. Flip it over after that happens. Once the chicken is a 165 degrees internal temperature with a thermometer, it's done. That should take about 10, 15 minutes, depending on how thick the chicken breast is. Once it's done, pull it off, we'll let it rest for a little bit, so the juices can recirculate. So that it doesn't bleed out on your cutting board. And then, it's ready to slice and eat and enjoy.