I made this last night for my husband who is the worlds greatest guiny pig. I tested it on him because I want to make it for my church this coming Sunday. He didn"t say too much. I, on the other hand, thought it was wonderful. But, you know what? He didn't have to say anything. He kept going back into the skillet eating what was left. Actions speak louder than words. Thank you C, Perez. Will be making this for church and home again and again! I forgot to mention that I did take the advise of other reviewers and added chicken broth and I pounded it out a little.
4/21/10 Had church fellowship. The menu was fried, grilled and bbq chicken, potato salad, and green beans. Of course, I added the Spicey Garlic Lime Chicken on my own. THEY WENT CRAZY. It was like word of mouth. I asked them to try it. After they tried it they started spreading the news. There was none left. You can really tweak this recipe. Because I quadrupled the recipe (I used 16 chicken breasts) I had a lot more sauce, but still needed a little more. I pounded the chicken as suggested by one reviewer and added 1 cup of chicken broth as suggested by another reviewer. Because there was more liquid than I had in the original I thickened it a little with a mixture of cornstarch and water.
Because i flattened the breast, which made them appear larger, I was able to cut them in half after they were cooked. So, I had 32 pieces of chicken.
Next time I will add more chicken broth and maybe some mushrooms and onions.
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I made this last night for my husband who is the worlds greatest guiny pig. I tested it on him...