Stunningly easy but really impressive recipe! Simply marinade the chicken breasts in the sauce & pan fry them for an elegant but simple supper! Serve with rice, pasta or a medley of fresh seasonal vegetables with steamed new potatoes.This is one of my "fail safe" recipes - it is also brilliant on the Barbeque or oven baked!
Also great with roasted Cherry Tomatoes.
You can also use lean pork chops for this recipe.
Adapted from a recipe in 'Terrific Chicken: 100 great meals in minutes'. If you're craving crispy chicken, this Mediterranean-style chicken is fairly quick to make and relatively low-fat! Serve it with a pasta or rice side dish and your favourite salad greens.
I grabbed this when I was raiding my Mom's recipe book collection on my last trip back to the States. I am a big fan of dill so it has to be worth a try. I found it in a Betty Crocker Booklet called 'Fast Summer Suppers'.
These delicious chicken breasts are stuffed with basil, garlic and parmesan cheese. Then they're grilled to perfection while basting with a lemon butter sauce. One of my favorite grilled chicken recipes. From Better Homes and Gardens.
Delicious served with hot rice. This recipe works better if you use flattened skewers so that the meat doesn't roll when you turn it. Overnight chilling not included in preparation time. Use a spacer between the grill grates and the skewers to prevent meat sticking or spray the grates liberally with cooking spray before heating the grill.
A great marinade for steak!!! (You can even use it for chicken for Pollo Asada!) I use skirt steak for flap meat, but any thin cut steak would work. This recipe is for up to 4 pounds of meat. Cook time does NOT include marinating time.
This is a traditional dipping sauce that can be found in many restaurants throughout Korea. I first had it at a golf course in Daegu. I like to add hot pepper paste, but that would be your option.
This is great with gyoza, yaki-mandu, dim sum, egg rolls, etc. Can also be used as a marinade for seafood and meats. Be careful how long you marinade your seafoods as the vinegar will denature the proteins (cook them) rather quickly.
I originally got the idea for this out of Sunset Magazine, and have tweaked it to suit my family and friends. It makes a great OAMC entree for the grill, or to take camping. I've used this on chicken and salmon as well as beef, just reducing the marinating time appropriately. Don't use ground (dry) ginger in this- the flavor is not the same.