Anytime I broil chicken especially if I do so at a high temp to cook the chicken faster, I've noticed the chicken gets a nasty flavor to it. And after you broil it to the point its cooked, it will be stringy/chewy unless you over-over cook it until its falling apart. So specifically heres what I've done and i've done it multiple times. Get a piece of chicken breast, typically it's still cold coming out the fridge. Put it in a pan with some water mixed with whatever, and broil it at a high temp with tin foil over top. I've had the exact same outcome multiple times every occasion I've been forced to broil chicken (desperation/not enough time or willpower to fry it or cook properly). The chicken gets this nasty gamey flavor to it. I say gamey, in the sense turkey is gamey. So say you eat some cold left overturkey somebody made and it's not veyr good, sometimes you'll get this "gamey" poultry taste to it. Not sure how to explain it but its not a meat flavor, like how if you cook pork you want to get that porky flavor to it, this is different it doesnt taste like chicken flavor it tastes almost tainted. Now I know the meat is good, I've had this happen at least 3 times i can think of in my years of being on this earth. Each time it seems like I've tried cooking the chicken too fast, and somehow that affects the flavor. Is there any rhyme or reason to this? I actually cooked a package of chicken different ways, I made some nuggets and fried them, came out good juicy flavor was good I didnt add much seasoning either it tastes as you'd expect. Then out the same package, not 12 hours later, with the chicken comoing out the fridge it was already dethawed, I broiled at a high temp and chicken came out nasty and spongy/stringy.