Posted by Calin Denny On 23 July 2021
White sauce barbecue chicken is delicious and unique, so don’t miss out on trying this delicious low-carb version of Alabama chicken cooked on the grill!
Try the white chicken barbecue sauce to try later!
for this day Friday favorite Choose, I remind you of this unusual Chicken with white BBQ sauceصلصة Those features Grilled chicken breast Cooked with a unique sauce. I love to cook chicken breasts on the grill, but I’m not a fan of grilling chicken with the skin on. So when I saw a recipe for Grilled chicken with white BBQ sauce from Big Bob GibsonI immediately thought of how to change it to use boneless, skinless chicken breast. On my first try, I marinated chicken breasts in half a white barbecue sauce made with mayonnaise, and although that wasn’t bad, I thought it could be improved.
The second time I mixed the seasoning ingredients for Alabama’s famous white barbecue sauce; Then I divided the mixture and mixed half of it with olive oil to turn it into a chicken marinade and mixed the other half with mayonnaise to make the BBQ sauce. If you’re not sure about the idea of a mayonnaise-based barbecue sauce, be open about it. Chicken with white BBQ sauceصلصة It’s delicious, and it’s definitely something I will do again.
What is white barbecue sauce?
White barbecue sauce is a tangy mayonnaise sauce that was invented in Alabama by a restaurateur named Bob Gibson in 1925. Now You can buy the sauceThere are recipes for it all over the web.
What ingredients do you need for this recipe?
What makes white barbecue sauce sweet?
This recipe uses very little unsweetened apple juice in the sauce. half of what goes into the marinade, which is often discarded; You only eat the small amount that clings to the chicken. Since you’re not going for loads of sauce, the recipe is pretty low in carbs, but feel free to use a little apple juice and more Monkfruit sweetener or other sweetener if you prefer.
What if you don’t have an outdoor grill?
If you don’t have an outside grill (or the air isn’t grilling), this chicken can be cooked over Grill pan on stove with spurs (affiliate link) or file George Foreman Grill (continued link) with good results. Remember that George Foreman Grill cooks both sides at once, so your grilling time will be much shorter!
How to make grilled chicken with white BBQ sauce:
(Scroll down for the full recipe with nutritional information.)
- Like all grilled chicken recipes, I start by thinning out the chicken and then cut small slits that crisscross each chicken breast. (This helps the chicken cook more evenly and allows the pickle to cover more surface area.)
- Mix vinegar, apple juice, horseradish, lemon juice, and cayenne pepper to make a marinade for pickles and sauce. Taste to see if you want to add a sweetener. Then divide this spice mixture in half.
- Mix 1/3 cup olive oil with half of the seasoning mixture to make the dressing.
- Put the chicken in a ziplock bag, pour in the marinade, and let it marinate for 6-8 hours in the refrigerator.
- Mix 3/4 cup mayonnaise with the rest of the seasoning mixture to make the white BBQ sauce. Put this in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve the chicken.
- When it’s time to eat, spray the grill with nonstick spray or grease it with oil and heat the grill on high while letting the chicken reach room temperature.
- Then place the chicken on the preheated grill, at an angle to the rotisserie if you prefer cross grill marks. Turn the grill to medium-high.
- After 3-4 minutes, rotate the chicken pieces so that they are at an angle going in the opposite direction.
- After 6-8 minutes on the first side, flip the chicken over and cook an additional 2-4 minutes on the second side (depending on the thickness of the chicken breasts).
- Serve hot with white BBQ sauce on the side to dip the chicken pieces in.
More chicken dinners:
Grilled chicken with lemon, capers and oregano ~ Calin’s Kitchen
Grilled chicken with coriander and lemon ~ Simple recipes
Greek grilled chicken ~ Calin’s Kitchen
Non spicy grilled jerk chicken ~ The perfect store
- 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
- 1/2 cup white vinegar
- 1/4 cup apple juice (see notes)
- 2 teaspoons ground horseradish (more or less to taste)
- 1 tsp. Fresh lemon juice
- 1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper (more or less to taste)
- 1 tsp. Monkfruit sweetener (optional; taste to see if you want the mixture to be sweeter)
- 1/3 cup olive oil
- 3/4 cup mayonnaise
- Trim the chicken breasts well, removing all visible fat and membranes and trimming the chicken so that it is close to the thickness.
- Cut small slits crosswise on each chicken breast.
- Mix white vinegar, apple juice, horseradish, lemon juice, and cayenne pepper to make this marinade and white barbecue sauce.
- Taste to see if you want more sweetness and add a Monkfruit sweetener or another sweetener of your choice if you wish.
- Divide the mixture into two parts.
- Mix olive oil with half of the spice mixture to make the dressing.
- Put the chicken in a large ziplock bag and pour in the marinade.
- Let the chicken marinate in the refrigerator for 8 hours.
- Mix mayonnaise with the other half of the seasoning mixture and place in a plastic storage container and refrigerate until ready to serve.
- When you’re ready to cook the chicken, spray the grill with nonstick grilling spray or grease it with oil.
- heat the grill to high; Then it immediately turns to medium-high when the chicken is placed on the grill.
- Place the chicken breasts at an angle to grill the grates and cook for 4 minutes. (Lift the edge of one piece of chicken to see if it has nice grill marks before turning it around.)
- When the grill marks look good, rotate the chicken pieces so they are angled in the other direction and cook for another 4 minutes.
- After about 8 minutes (or when grill marks look good), flip the chicken to the second side and cook for 2-4 minutes.
- The total cooking time will depend on the thickness of the chicken and how hot the grill is, but the chicken should have a firm texture, but not hard when done.
- Serve the chicken hot with white barbecue sauce on the side for dipping the chicken pieces in.
Amount per service: Calories: 651Total fat: 53 gramsSaturated fat: 9 gramsUnsaturated fats: 0 gramsUnsaturated fats: 43 gramsCholesterol: 119 mgsodium: 363 mgCarbohydrates: 3 gramsthe basic: 0 gramssugar: 2 gramsprotein: 38 grams
Nutrition information is calculated automatically by the Recipe Plug-In I’m using. I am not a dietitian and cannot guarantee 100% accuracy, as many variables affect these calculations.
Low Carb Diet / Low Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
Those who eat carbs will likely notice a small amount of applesauce in this recipe, but it’s less than a tablespoon per serving and you’re only eating the amount of marinade that sticks to the chicken and won’t use large amounts of sauce. I would take this at any point in the original South Beach Diet or any other low carb diet; Check the nutritional information for your opinion.
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Historical notes for this recipe:
This recipe was first published in 2013. It will be updated with more information in 2021.
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