how long should i cook my boneless chicken breast on an indoor grill?

Question by Angie: how long should i cook my boneless chicken breast on an indoor grill?
how long should i cook my boneless chicken breast on an indoor grill?

The only settings on the grill are high and low.
There is no lid…

anybody have any ideas??

Best answer:

Answer by M ♥ C
high about 4-5 minutes on each side
if thicker cook 6-7 minutes

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5 Responses to “how long should i cook my boneless chicken breast on an indoor grill?”

  • Ozeki says:

    4 min

  • Dancergurl says:

    You can tell when it is done it will turn white, if your unsure stick a fork in the middle and pull aside a little bit to see if it is still pink inside, or there is always the butterfly option.
    I hope you have a yummy dinner!

  • MRS.SAENZ says:

    I WOULD DO THEM ON LOW AND COOK EACH SIDE FOR LIKE 10-15 MINUTES SO THAT THE CHICKEN IS REAL TENDER!!!!!!!
    JUST WATCH THE CHICKEN SO IT DONT OVER COOK

  • Some_Guy_in_Ithaca_NY says:

    The main thing is not to let it be too thick. Anything over 1/2″ thick will take too long to cook and it will dry out. Don’t try to turn it for the first five minutes. If it’s sticking, it’s not ready to turn. Then when it starts to run juices it’s done.

    Cook on high. 7-10 minutes.

  • dkflwr says:

    This probably isn’t going to be your favorite answer, but I always endorse cooking by temperature rather than time. For me, chicken should always be cooked to an internal temperature of 160 degrees. Safe cooking recommendations always say 165, but the temperature will carry the other 5 degrees after the meat is removed from the heat. The exception to this is if you are deep-frying chicken. I have had some very bad results when I tried to trust temperature to determine done-ness in fried chicken. In that case, it’s brown the outside, and finish in a medium-hot oven for 20 minutes. Anyway, I’m getting off topic. SO . . .

    Meat thermometers are cheap, and in my opinion, are the best way to tell if your meat is done.

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