"Cook on grill for tender, tasty chicken." — Tammy Yerke
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skinless, boneless chicken breasts
salt and pepper to taste
Quick and Easy! I baked instead of grilling this dish and it turned out very good. By baking the dish I was able to serve the chicken with plenty of extra warmed sauce for dipping or to go over rice
This was very blan in taste... it definately didn't taste like BBQ chicken.
Overslept this AM so nothing out of the freezer this PM. Threw this sauce together in a zip-loc bag using dried onion flakes(amt about equal to soy sauce) and a goodly shot of minced garlic, tossed in a couple of frozen chicken breasts and let them marinate and defrost for about 2-3 hrs. Then cooked on the George Forman and served with brown rice. Really good flavor and nice tang with some sweetness. Definitely will make again and want to try marinating longer with just a bit of pre-planning.
Great recipe for BBQ chicken! I poked the chicken breasts with a fork and placed into a ziploc bag. For the marinade I used 1 tsp. of dried minced onion vs. regular onion and Heinz chili sauce vs. ketchup for a little extra kick. I also added some fresh minced garlic and 2 tsp. of smoked paprika to give it a little "smoky flavor". I mixed everything together and poured it over the chicken. I let it marinate overnight and grilled it over charcoal - excellent!
This was easy to make and used ingredients I already had on hand. My husband and kids loved it so I will definitely be making it again and again.
I liked this recipe for it's simplicity and use of on-hand ingredients. I cut the breasts into strips and marinated for a few hours. I poured the whole thing into a baking pan and put it in the oven at 350 for 20 minutes. I turned off the oven, poured the sauce into a pan and put the chicken back in the oven to stay warm. I added 1 1/2 Tbsp. cornstarch to the sauce, brought it to a boil and added it back to the chicken. This could be a one-dish deal if you baked the chicken in a cast-iron skillet and left the chicken in while adding the cornstarch.
Pros: This recipe has a lot of easy to find ingredients. It calls for simple flavors that are sweet yet subtle. The onions are a great addition.
Cons: Lacked enough flavor. I would marinade it longer (maybe overnight?) so that the flavor could really soak in. Very straightforward tasting, too.
I made this recipe on the george foreman and it worked pretty well. I then took onions and caramelized them with some extra marinade and put some on top for presentation and to add a little more to the dish.
Very sweet, light sauce. My husband made it for me for dinner, and I loved it. He left out the onions, but I didn't miss them a bit. He said that he'll never buy BBQ sauce in the store again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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