GRILLED CHICKEN | Charcoal Grilled Chicken Recipe | How To Cook Grilled Chicken

Charcoal Grilled Chicken Recipe | How To Cook Grilled Chicken
How to Make Great Food at Home



Our local meat and seafood market, Maxwell’s Market in Baton Rouge, features fresh local free range chickens.The butcher recommended to cut the bird into 10 pieces instead of the usual 8: 2 legs, 2 breasts, 2 thighs and 2 wings.

The extra cut basically cuts the large breast in half. And you know what – it worked out great. We had 2 extra pieces of white meat.

*** Cutting the breast in half also made for a perfectly sized meat portion.

HOW TO GRILL CHICKEN recipe on page 48 of Beryl’s Cookbook
Get a copy of Beryl’s #1 best-selling cookbook “Cajun Cooking Made Easy”

How to Cook Grilled Chicken – The Ingredients
Whole chicken cut-up into 8 or 10 pieces
Garlic powder
Tony’s Creole Seasoning
Sea salt (regular table salt is OK)
A flavorful bar-be-cue sauce

Hickory or Mesquite Chips
Grilling brush or mop
Grilling Tongs

How to Cook Grilled Chicken Cooking Directions
Begin by preparing your grill and starting the charcoal.

For a full video on how to start a charcoal grill, please see our video called How to Grill.

Meanwhile, rinse the chicken pieces with water and drain on paper towels or in a colander.
Keep the skin on to provide juicy chicken instead of dried out burnt chicken meat.
Place on a platter or large baking sheet.
Season with garlic powder, sea salt and Tony’s Creole Seasoning. Sprinkle on both sides.

Place on the grill opposite the charcoal – off the direct heat.
Grill for about 10 minutes, then turn the chicken over and pat on a generous portion of BBQ sauce.

Continue grilling for another 20-30 minutes.
*** Chicken’s internal temperature should reach a minimum of 160 degrees in the thickest part of the meat.

Remove from grill onto a serving platter.
Allow to sit for 5 minutes or so to soak in the great flavor.

Cajun Cooking TV features Beryl Caillouet Stokes cooking up some good eating Cajun recipes from her kitchen in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

To Create Great Food for Your Family, SUBSCRIBE to the Cajun Cooking TV channel:

Get a copy of Beryl’s #1 BEST SELLING cookbook “Cajun Cooking Made Easy”

Check out my POSHMARK closet for HUGE SAVINGS on Pampered Chef products and more at:

Products we use in the Cajun Cooking TV kitchen –

My Pampered Chef website:

DISCLOSURE: Beryl is a Pampered Chef Consultant and an Amazon affiliate, meaning at no additional cost to you, we may earn an affiliate commission from qualifying purchases of Pampered Chef and/or Amazon products ordered through her link.

The Cajun Cooking TV show aired on Baton Rouge, Louisiana television channel WLFT and on cable channel 117.

You Can Write Beryl At:
Cajun Cooking TV
7516 Bluebonnet Blvd # 179
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70810

Thank you for watching and feel free to SHARE this video.


#grilledchicken #maxwellsmarket #CajunCookingTV

Copyright © 2020 Jubilee Media Group LLC All rights Reserved

Grilling Recipes