How long to parboil chicken before barbecuing ?

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It is suggested that chicken can be parboiled for about 15-20 minutes before barbecuing. Once the thus bolied chicken is grilled or barbecued, it becomes crispy from outside and soft, juicy and mushier inside. This saves cooking time on the grill to bring out a uniformly cooked and grilled chicken.

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