Recipe by Betty Crocker®
"When the family asks, 'What's for dinner?' answer, 'Peanut butter chicken.' At first a little joke, this chicken on a stick soon will be a much-requested family favorite"
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large whole chicken breasts
packed brown sugar
onion, finely chopped
ground coriander seed
hot pepper sauce
Pretty good, especially on the BBQ. Peanut sauce is a quite bland and it helped to add a little soy sauce.
Not bad, but way too salty. It was also a little bland -- no texture. On the whole, it was a disapointing experience given the rave reviews.
I have to agree with the other reviewers that this one goes over really well with the kids. On a personal note, I think that I would add more spice to the sauce, but then, the kids might not like it :) I would highly recommend trying this recipe though.
Good, but not the best. The sauce has a very strong peanut butter taste. It is like dipping the chicken into regular peanut butter, so if you aren't a fan of it don't bother. The smell isn't bad, but it is very strong and tends to linger in the house. I probably would make it again, but next time I will adjust the sauce for more flavor.
This is pretty good. the marinate is great. i have used pretty much this exact recipe for a chicken marinade for years.(except no b.sugar, more oil, and fresh shredded ginger) its good by itself for the kabobs, grilled chicken and the grilled chicken is great in green sauce chicken enchiladas.-i need to submit that one. my husbands and I's fav. the peanut sauce seemed to be "missing something" it was ok. i think i used too big of an onion and i added some sugar to try and sweeten it some. its decent but i might try to find another peanut sauce and try this again.
It was very good - although not a favorite.
Will make again on occasion.
This recipe was excellent. Fast, easy, and I had everything on hand. My kids are not big meat eaters, but they did enjoy spearing their peas with the skewers. I served this with cous cous. I would even make this for party food.
These are awesome. One of my favorite grilling recipes. And my kids will eat it with out the sauce so I only have to prepare one thing
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chicken Kabobs with Peanut Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 597
** Calories from Fat: 347
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