Adobo seasoning and Sazon can be found in the ethnic section of your grocer. If not, see recipe #451457 and there are many good Adobo recipes on food.com. I would imagine this being delicious on pork chops, too. These are 4 weight watcher points. Recipe from Skinny Taste blog. Note: 1. The packaged Sazon and Adobo contains salt. Should you make your own blends, remember to season with salt to taste. 2. If using packaged Sazon, any flavor will do, even the tomato blend.
Delicious! Yummy caramelized legs, kids love these! So quick and easy and no marinating required. Just prepare the sauce, pour over the chook and pop in the oven! I actually like this with wings better ;-)
VERY IMPORTANT TO LEAVE IT IN THE OVEN UNTIL IT HAS CARAMALISED TO AVOID DISAPPOINMENT.
Thank you to everyone for their positive reviews!
Try adding Sambal Oelek as Chef #27416 has suggested in his review. What a great idea ;-)
My hometown newspaper (The Orlando Sentinel) finally published this, my favorite chicken dish ever, in their "Thought you'd never ask" column. There are copycats on Zaar, but this is the actual recipe, as given by Carrabba's. Not for the dieter, but a divine dish perfect for company and easy to throw together!
This Thai-inspired dish features two of my favorite ingredients: fish sauce and ginger. If you are salt "intolerant," then decrease the amount of each sauce ingredient to two tablespoons instead of three. I'm not a fan of saltiness myself, but I tend to like salty Thai food (like Thai Basil Chicken, which this dish resembles).
These are so quick and tasty. You can use strips of boneless chicken breast instead of the beef. Feel free to double the marinade. The flavor is so great for such a short marination time. You can can do them up ahead of time and have the meat sit longer if you wish.
From David Lebovitz: The Sweet Life in Paris.
David says, "Although tagine isn't traditionally served with couscous, I do at home, as they serve it at one of my favorite North African restaurants in Paris - L'Atlas, which faces the Institut du Monde Arabe.
This make a wonderful marinade for chicken, plan ahead the chicken needs to marinade for 6 hours, no more than the stated time or the vinegar will start to "cook" the chicken --- use only honey or pure maple syrup this is what contributes to tenderizing the chicken, sugar will not have the same effect.
This is a recipe I have been making for yonks now.....I first devised it about 18 years ago, when I was following Rosemary Connely's "Hip & Thigh Diet"!! It's a very easy low fat chicken dish, which can be pan fried or baked in the oven - I prefer the latter method, it's much easier! Serve it with a medley of gently steamed vegetables, rice or pasta. (NB: PLEASE note, one of the reviewers has stated that she cooked this in a crockpot!! I would NEVER suggest cooking this recipe in a crockpot, that's why it is NOT mentioned as a cooking method ANYWHERE in the recipe - only pan-fried or oven baked. Thanks! )
Really this is such an easy recipe I wasn't going to even bother posting it, I have been making this for years and when you can't barbecue outside this is the next best thing! --- Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce works really well or use your own favorite, I most always use my recipe#232433 and prepare the sauce a day ahead --- I did not list the amounts for the seasoned salt and garlic powder as I never measure but probably use about 2 teaspoons each for all the chicken pieces, I usually use about 2 cups sauce but a little more or less is fine -- boneless, skinless chicken breasts work well also but cooking time will need to be reduced, you will *love* this!
A wonderful combination of flavors and color. Quick and easy for week day meals and a wonderful entree for a dinner party. Joining Zaar has reunited me with many old favorites long lost in my 35 year old collection of recipes. This recipe, written on the back of a sales slip, probably came from a doctor's or dentist's office as I looked through magazines while waiting to be seen.