When it comes to braaing chicken in various marinades, nowadays people don’t apply the marinade to the chicken before braaing it. The reason being is that marinade causes the skin to burn and there are lot of South Africans out there that love their braaied chicken skin. Many South Africans first braai this white meat and then apply the sauces to the chicken after the wings and drumsticks are done. They then put all the chicken in a casserole dish on the braai to allow the marinade to cook into the chicken. This is one of the tips you will get from a braai loving South African. If you enjoy your barbecue marinade on your chicken, but have stopped using it because it burns the chicken skin, do it this way.
If you enjoy a braai and love your marinades, braaing chicken in various marinades can add a lot of flavour to your white meat. Get yourself a basting brush and as soon as you place the drumsticks and wings on the hot coals, coat the chicken on both sides with your favourite barbecue sauces. If you like a little bit of charred skin, then this will be a great way to braai chicken. There are also quite a few South Africans that enjoy barbecuing their meat on hot coals. The coals are so hot that they have to stand there and turn the chicken literally every five seconds. There are many ways you can braai your white meat and it is up to you how you prefer it.
If you want some braaing tips from other people in South Africa, you might learn a thing or two and you might be able to teach a thing or two. There is no wrong way of braaing, because your way works for you. Use these tips when learning how to braai chicken properly in various marinades or acquire some of your own.