An easy recipe for grilled chicken breast uses a simple olive oil and soy sauce marinade that keeps this dish nice and juicy. Grilled chicken breast is the ultimate healthy food, and for good reason. An 8-oz serving contains about calories, 50 grams of protein, and no carbs. It can be delicious too! In this recipe, a simple marinade of olive oil, soy sauce, and garlic adds lots of flavor to an otherwise basic recipe. I use a simple marinade of olive oil and soy sauce to flavor the chicken.
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts have become a grilling standard. Slather a layer of sauce or glaze on one side of the chicken breasts, close the lid for five minutes to let the sauce bake on, then open the lid, turn the breasts, and repeat the process. There are two common methods of testing grilled chicken breasts for doneness. The safest and surest method is to use a digital meat thermometer. The other option is to cut into the breast and take a look — the meat should be white, without a rubbery texture, and the juices should run clear.