How to Cook the Perfect Grilled Chicken | T-fal OptiGrill

How to Cook the Perfect Grilled Chicken | T-fal OptiGrill


Ereka: Those look beautiful. So many people
cook chicken at home, but it can be tricky. You want to cook it all the way through but
you don’t want to overcook it until its dry and rubbery, right Chief.
Tim: Absolutely not. The goal here is to get a nice crust on the outside of the chicken
but keep it nice and moist on the inside. In order to do that you’ve got to cook it
to the perfect temperature on the inside. And the OptiGrill does that for you.
Ereka: That’s pretty much what it’s all about right?
Tim: That’s exactly right. So I’ve got a couple of chicken breast right here.
Ereka: Okay. Tim: So let’s get them seasoned up, I’ve
got one boneless and skinless here for you. The health person here.
Ereka: Thank you. Tim: And I’ve got one boneless and skin
on for me because I like that crispy, crunchy skin that you get on top of the grill. So
what I want to do is give you a simple salt and pepper for yours.
Erka: I like that. Tim: No, oil or anything, straight on the
chicken breast because you know the T-fal OptiGrill has non-stick cooking sides, so
you don’t have to worry about adding any extra oil if you don’t want to. And then
I’m going to put a little bit of fresh garlic on mine.
Ereka: Oh, that sounds good. Tim: Yeah, absolutely. And when it goes onto
the grill the garlic is going to get nice and crispy and that toasted garlic flavor
is just unbelievable. And then going to add in a little bit of this poultry rub, which
is smoked paprika, a little bit of chili powder. Yeah take a
whiff of that.
Ereka: Oh, that smells good, yeah I like that. Tim: So look at this a little
bit of cumin in there, and this is also going
to
give it some good color. And then a little bit
of salt for me as well.
Ereka You
got it. I’m going to flip them, absolutely. Using my hands if you don’t mind.
Tim: Season that back up.

42 thoughts on “How to Cook the Perfect Grilled Chicken | T-fal OptiGrill”

  1. We just made moist and delicious pork loin chops in our Optigrill. If someone has one try this: press the pork button and hit OK, while its warming up sprinkle some mesquite spice on the pork and when you hear the beep that the Optigrill is up to heat put on the chops on and close the lid. When you see red and hear the tone, plate it up. It's so yummy! They're good to eat as they are or you can slice the chops thinly and put into salads or sandwiches. Very versatile machine. I love it!

  2. Are you sure you're supposed to wait until the light is red for boneless chicken breast? I just took it out when it beeped the first time, at yellow, and the internal temperature at the thickest part (they were pretty thin) was already over 200 degrees. The first time I used it and left it in until red, it was way overdone. Dark and tough.

  3. Holy fuck, what is wrong with that woman? Is every American show host like that?… what?…
    Nice grill though lol

  4. I want to buy this grill and I will buy it but fucking hell you Americans are some cunts the pair of them was pissing me right off just show us how it cooks the chicken breast with out all the talking bollocks.

  5. I can not wait to try mine! However, I am the only one noticing this lady touching the chicken a couple of times
    and not washing her hands? lol

  6. I've never heard anyone describe a piece of chicken as "gorgeous", really strange.
    I wonder what she calls her husband, flaky and juicy.

  7. Dry rubbery chicken, just some folks doing their job as a sales person, he flipped his chicken over seasoned chicken was burnt

  8. I have this grill. Chicken comes out dry. I was embarrassed when after recommending this grill to another person when they told me their chicken came out dry and asked me for advice on how to improve it, which I wasn't able to do.

  9. I have this and i dont think the beef fuction is correct. I like medium and when i take it off its almost well done once i left it to rest

  10. i thought you were supposed to wait up to 5 minutes after cooking it before cutting the chicken to let juices cool down??

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