Parents of toddlers quickly come to realize that those curious little hands that are so eager to help can quickly create quite a mess. Often, having a toddler assist with a chore can lengthen the time in which the task could normally be completed. Regardless, many parents enjoy the interaction with their toddler and are willing to accept the mess and the chaos in order to get in some good, quality time with their little one. If you are the parent of a toddler, you may be happy to learn that there are several tips you can follow to make the most of your time in the kitchen together, without having to sacrifice your sanity.
This broiled chicken recipe is simple, classic and delicious. Broiled chicken is prepared using a smaller bird called a "broiler" (typically around two to three pounds) which is split in half and cooked with very high heat.
Broiling is distinct from grilling in that grilled chicken is cooked above the heat source while broiled chicken is cooked beneath the heat source.
If it isn't already sold that way, ask your butcher to split the broiler in half. If that's not possible, though, you can use quartered chickens or chicken parts