OMG! These are fabalicious!! I halved these but I made a mistake in the preparation by using fresh parsley instead of cilantro ... I must say, NO regrets! It was AWESOME (ofcourse I will try this with cilantro as well but, for all those who want to vary, my mistake is worth trying!) :) Perfect sauce as well! Also, I couldn't broil these so I put these on a greased sheet and baked them @ 200 degrees C. But next time I will broil/grill them! Thank you Sheri for the recipe and for making these low-fat as well! These have officially become a family favourite! :) UPDATE 18/06/2011 :: So I did make these with cilantro (crushed it well into the garlic-salt mixture), baked these @ 175 degrees for 21minutes on side then flipped them over and baked them for 21minutes on the other side. I'd say both cilantro and parsley work well so don't sweat if you dont have cilantro on hand :) I've made these quite a few times, and always ensure to marinate it in the fridge for a minimum of 8 hours (overnight), to even 24 hours or frozen for longer. Also, I've even tripled the recipe and there's nothing wrong with the proportions at all. They're very flavourful and juicy and go well on a bed of rice. Thanks again Sheri! They're YUM! :)
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OMG! These are fabalicious!! I halved these but I made a mistake in the preparation by using...