Grilled Low Carb Chicken Teryaki

When I returned from grocery shopping this morning, my 12 year old son told me that while I was gone, he had trained the puppy to stop pooping in the house.
He then showed me the following video that he made:
My life would be so boring without my 12 year old.  

When I made the original version of this recipe back in January, I knew I would want to try it on the grill this summer.  So this Sunday, I pulled the extra one I made back in January out of the freezer and threw it on the grill.  It was really good on the grill.  I preferred the grilled version to the oven version, but that is true with most meat for me.

The original recipe is here.  The only difference is to preheat your grill on high for 10 minutes.  Place your chicken on the grill and reduce the heat to medium-low.  Cook for 5 minutes on each side, and allow to rest for 5 minutes before serving.

Comments

    • says

      Summerset: it is just a silly clip my goofy 12 year old son made with a special effects app. The fact that we have an adorable little puppy in our home should attest to the fact that we do not condone cruelty to animals. It should make you laugh. It is a joke about housebreaking a new puppy.

  1. says

    Can you use real sugar in the recipe (and any other that you are supposed to use splenda or truvia)? I’m hesitant to try truvia and know I don’t like splenda. I just found your blog yesterday and have spent the last day looking through just about every recipe, there is so much I want to try, starting with the snickerdoodle blondies, that my husband is about to cut. :-)

    • says

      Absolutely! Truvia is quite sweeter than sugar so you may want to increase the amount of sugar if you substitute it. I hate Splenda as well. You should give Truvia a try.

  2. says

    YAY! I will have to try the truvia sometime. The snickerdoodle blondies were amazing! I had to make a double batch because I don’t have a square pan anymore but only had half the regular flour I needed, I did half and half with whole wheat flour, and I also didn’t have quite enough vanilla. I need to go shopping and stock back up if I am going to be trying more of your recipes. I can’t wait.

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