Beautiful day, and I have a large amount of chicken breasts waiting for me to grill. Anyone have some exotic or creative ideas? I did Hawaii Huli Chicken last week, but looking for something new. Asian? Indian? Persian? Southern? Let me know.
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Take a look at my chicken kebabs http://food52.com/recipes...
I made them last week and subbed maple syrup for the sugar for a different twist.
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Persian chicken kebabs (jujeh kabab),
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bone in skin on, or skinless boneless? In either case this is awesome:
And there is something to say for a basic salt and pepper chicken, with maybe some olive oil and lemon zest.
Consider brining - it works wonders for the plain old chicken breast - we often do a basic brine of salt, sugar, bay leaf, peppercorn and citrus, but you can really add any flavors to your brine
I like sirache, soy sauce, honey, basil and chopped jalapeno
That's my usual go to, only I use brown sugar instead of honey. Always delicious.
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Tamarind Chicken, Summer of Eggplant on Food52 (delicious!)
You could of course substitute various chicken parts
Chicken Negimaki, Mark Bittman on nytimes.com
Recipe link on left-hand side of page
Thanks guys. I went with what I had at the house. Made a brine w corona and garlic. Cooked it low and slow, then seared it w an oil, honey, lime juice, cumin, siracha mix. But you guys have given me plenty to use in the future.
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