Delicious Raspberry Glazed Grilled Chicken

"This is a delicious raspberry chicken that my sister ALWAYS asks me to make for her! It's quick and easy... under half an hour to make! The berries bring a very tasty flavor to the chicken! I usually serve this with a raspberry vinaigrette salad!"
photo by Jonathan Melendez photo by Jonathan Melendez
photo by Jonathan Melendez
photo by Jonathan Melendez photo by Jonathan Melendez
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Ready In:
6 chickens




  • Brush grill rack with vegetable oil. Heat gas or charcoal grill. (I've also cooked these in a pan. that also works!)
  • Mix jam and mustard together in a small bowl. Refrigerate.
  • Place chicken on grill or pan. Cover. Cook over medium heat for 15-20 minutes, occasionally brushing with jam mixture and turning once.
  • Use extra jam mixture as more glaze if you prefer.
  • Serve chicken topped with raspberries.
  • Bon Apetite!

Questions & Replies

  1. I can’t cook with mustard. What could be used as a substitute?
  2. My husband can’t eat raspberries because they have seeds. Can you please suggest another fruit that I could use.


  1. I make this recipe using a can of Cranberry Jelly and it is awesome too! I also add a bit of Worchester sauce to the glaze.
  2. We made this on the stovetop, and it was delicious. We used all of the glaze and let the chicken simmer in it.
  3. Wonderful raspberry chicken recipe! Made on the stove-top tonight; this was silly-easy but you wouldn't know it by the taste - all three of us fully enjoyed it. I loved the mustard raspberry combination and can't wait to do it on the grill and use fresh berries next time! I took the frozen berries out before starting the recipe to thaw and then put them on the hot chicken and they were perfect. Made for PAC Spring 2008.
  4. The raspberry jam and mustard make a quick and delicious glaze for the chicken. Serving this with fresh raspberries is a must. They were cooked on the gas grill and were done in the 20 minutes specified.
  5. I was looking for a healthy, easy, quick, tasty new way to grill chicken, and I was hoping to find something that would go well with a berry salad. This worked great! Thanks for sharing the recipe!


I'm a 23 year old San Diegan. I graduated from San Diego State University and San Diego Culinary Institute! I am currently working in San Diego's The Oceanaire Seafood Room. I hope to one day become a chef and maybe even own my own restaurant or have my own cooking show! :D <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br> <img src=> <br> <br> <img src=> <br> <br><img src= > <br> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br> <br><img src= border=0 alt=Photobucket> <br> <br><img src=> <br> <br><img src= border=0 alt=Photobucket> <br> <br><img src=>
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