You can't get any easier than this recipe. I clipped it from a Kraft coupon, tweaked it just a little bit, and have been making this for years. My kids just love it, and it has saved me on many-a-workday when I didn't feel like cooking but had to! I usually serve this with buttered pasta or chicken-flavored rice and a green veggie on the side. NOTE: Prep time includes marinating time.
Not only are these these most delicious steaks they are so tender you can slice them with a butter knife! --- of coarse you may use any cut of steak desired, I prefer rib-eyes --- plan ahead the steaks needs to marinate for 6-24 hours and must be brought down to room temperature before cooking which may take a couple hours.
We made these last summer and idiot me didnt post the recipe--I found it yesterday during my big recipe clean. It's originaly from Cooking Light, and it's reeeeally good! Add a second serrano pepper if you like "bite".
We used to serve this at Robby's Seafood, a restaurant I worked at while at university in Hattiesburg, MS. Serve these little darlins' as an appetizer or as a main with dirty rice, hot French bread, and a salad. Oh, and don't forget the cold beer to put the fire out!
You can easily double this recipe and I suggest you do so, this chicken is fantastic! Plan ahead the chicken needs to marinate in the sour cream-Dijon mixture for a minimum of 5 hours. If you are using wooden skewers make certain to soak them in cold water for a minimum of 30 minutes before threading.
Spicy and slightly sweet grilled chicken. This will make your taste bugs WAKE UP and SING! Can even be OAMC- Thanks Tish! If freezing ahead: Put ingredients in a ziploc bag and place in freezer, flattened. To cook from frozen: Thaw in refrigerator. Cook as directed.