Originally Posted by BBQMaverick
Looks very good.
Was the chicken still tender ? I notice you covered the chicken with cheese. I tend to put mine on towards the end of the cook after a quick steaming with some garlic butter and then on top of the cheese.
Lately when making chicken breast I cut cut the breast in half and put them on a cast iron grill pan in my gasser. I crank the gasser up all the way and essentially fry them in grill.
They cook fast and stay moist. I put the cheese on top just cuz I like it that way - I guess I never really thought to much about it.
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