6 Reviews

I made this for Zaar Stars and I loved it. Nice and spicy, and very quick to put together. I did cut the cayenne to about 2 teaspoons and it still had a nice zing.

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CaliforniaJan September 28, 2011

Great spicy chicken! I made just as directed and grilled over charcoal. I liked the peanuts on this and wished I had made a peanut dipping sauce to go with (next time!). Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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loof September 17, 2011

These were very good. I'm not sure if 2 T. of cayenne powder is correct.? It seemed like way too much, and I do like spicy. I cut it down to 1 t. and it was plenty to make the chicken spicy. I enjoyed that this was a simple grilling recipe. Thank you. Made for ZWT7 for the Golden Gourmets.

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LifeIsGood June 10, 2011

Such a great flavour combination. I heeded alligirl's advice and cut the amount of cayenne way back - which was a good thing...about 3/4 tsp of cayenne was plenty spicy for my heat-challenged family. Thanks.

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evelyn/athens June 08, 2011

Really loved the flavor and ease of these skewers. I had 1 huge chicken breast, which I cut into 7 slices; then skewered. A word of warning; THESE are SPICY! Very spicy, which we really enjoyed! Some may want to cut back on the amt. of cayenne, however it was perfect for us! I cooked mine at 450F, for about 30 minutes, turning once. Served with rice and okra. Thanks so much for sharing a fabulous recipe, IngridH!

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alligirl June 07, 2011

Made these when a friend was here for the day & they were great! Loved the combo of flavor, especially from the ginger & peanuts! Thanks for sharing a great keeper of a recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]

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Sydney Mike May 22, 2011
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