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Old 08-17-2010, 12:34 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by cooker81 View Post
I hate using the oven too. What I do is buy pre-cooked chicken breasts from Sam's Club (in a package of 10-20) and just microwave a frozen breast for 3-4 minutes, then use it in a sandwich.
Thanks for the suggestion!

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Old 08-17-2010, 12:34 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by Constance View Post
Tent the grill pan with foil...works just like a lid, maybe better.

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Old 08-22-2010, 03:16 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by rush View Post
And grill pan, only?

I noticed all the recipes for chicken legs on a grill pan, suggest you either start or finish the cooking process in the oven (or an outdoor grill).

I try to stay away from the oven, because my roommates have about 10 or 12 pots and pans in it, and I'd have to clear it out and then put it back in. Plus, oven = too much time.

If possible, I'd like to avoid the oven, but so far, I haven't really come across a chicken leg recipe that relies solely on a grill pan. There was one that did, but some of the comments suggested that they finished it off in the oven.

I have a horrible tendency to opt for fastfood, and I just really like the idea of coming home from work or working out, tossing some marinated legs on the grill pan, and eating it after a few short minutes, as opposed to waiting an hour for it to finish in the oven.

But is it possible, without completely burning and ruining the chicken?

you can cook chicken that way on low heat--however it will take a long
time and you have to turn it frequently.

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