• Easy Barbeque (BBQ) Chicken

    Barbeque Chicken

    Barbecuing is an art form for sure, and it’s a great way to enhance the flavor of meats, vegetables, fruit, and even bread. My kids love barbecued chicken, and it’s so easy to make. Here is a simple recipe for barbecuing chicken pieces – we use mostly legs because they are easy to grab and eat, and the dark meat stays moist and retains flavor well.

    The other nice thing is that chicken parts, mostly legs and wings, are economical. I buy two packs of chicken legs (usually about 8 to 10 legs), and grill them all at once. Then I have a leftovers for lunch the next day (or even breakfast for some of us).

    Pardon my snapshot, but this is all I was able to salvage from the most recent grilling session. These go quickly!

    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Paleo, Sauces & Dressings, SCD  |  3 Comments

    3 Responses to Easy Barbeque (BBQ) Chicken

    1. Lacey says:

      love your blog – I’m a new follower 🙂

    2. Erica says:

      Thanks, Lacy 🙂
      Don’t spend too much time on TasteSpotting – it’s addictive!
      PS Catch any alligators lately?

    3. Janine says:

      I fell off the SCD wagon, but I’ve still been using a lot of these recipes, and the orange/honey marinade in your tip above has been a huge hit! I use it on everything from chicken wings to pork chops. Last night I threw some cranberries into the mix and soaked a pork loin in it for about an hour before roasting and it was great!

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