By TeresaS on August 29, 2007
Photo by Boomette
Photo by Boomette
"This is another great Jalapeno Chicken recipe by Weight Watchers. It's out of the 2000 "Day by Day" cookbook. It has 3 points per serving. I have done both blender and fine chopping and they are both great. I find the extra bits and pieces by chopping instead of blending adds a great crunch to the dish and makes it look outstanding. Hope you enjoy and happy eating!"
Serving Size: 1 (219 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Too cold to start the grill outside so I did the George Foreman, we also used boneless skinless breasts. I think I could eat this every day - well that is if you didn't have hundreds of other great recipes on this site."
"These are amazing. We brought it to a byom bbq and everyone was really jealous. I will definitely make this again!"
"Made for Potluck Tag. We really enjoyed this, but then again, we like just about anything with lime, cilantro & jalapenos. The only thing that I did different was to use boneless skinless chicken thighs, but that is what I usually have on hand. Will be making this often during the summer. Thanks for posting this Teresa!"
"I used boneless skinless chicken thighs. I let the chicken in the marinade overnight. The taste is so good. Spicy just enough for us. The cilantro gaves a great taste. Thanks Teresa :) Made for PRMR tag game"
"Five stars all the way! I used boneless chicken breasts, didn't seed the jalapenos and let the chicken marinate for about 8 hours. Loved it! Thanks for posting the recipe."
"The smell while cooking was amazing but the taste failed to deliver, not a keeper for me."
"Holy jalapeno's-this is a fantastic chicken recipe!!
A real winner!!"
"Needed to use up some peppers from the garden and this turned out to be a good way to do it! Let mine marinate for about 4 hours and the flovors turned out great! Had the leftovers a couple of days later and they were yummy too! Perfect summer recipe to use ingredients I usually have on hand. Made for PRMR."
"Very good. Made as posted except I used jarred jalapeno instead of fresh so I omitted the salt. I marinated for about 4 hours and heat came through fine. Thank you TeresaS for sharing."
"I was looking for uses for my homegrown jalapenos and this fit the bill. Pretty tasty grilled chicken, but next time I might skip the honey, as I'm not sure what it added to the flavor. Served with grilled potatoes and zucchini. I also subbed parsley for the cilantro as a personal preference."
"This is a fantastic way to grill chicken! Just loved the flavor of the marinade - not really spicy, just had the warm flavor of the jalapenos which was great with the lime and honey. I used boneless skinless breast and 3 huge jalapenos and just chopped by hand. Will use this often for this summer's grilling - thanks for posting the recipe!"
"Another great chicken dish to add to my recipe book. Our very most favorite grilled chicken recipe is your recipe #303683, but this is taking a close second. I used 1 jalapeno ( but it was a large one),bonless chicken (because that's what we had) & chopped everything by hand; cook times on the grill were about the same as yours. The flavor was nice, not too overpowering, and leftovers (if there are any) could be used in any chicken dish. Made for 123 tag."
"Liked this chicken, but would try it with boneless cuz after marinating for 6 hours I thought it should be more flavorful. I used 4 small thighs & 2 large breasts. Made as directed except used about 5 jalapenos (3 with seeds) & didn't use cilantro due to personal preference."
"What a wonderful recipe! This si so fresh tasting and delicious! I baked it for about 18mins on 200c (cos our grill is broken) and it was perfect. This would be SO good on the BBQ and it'll definitely be one for this summer! I made a couple of amendments - chicken breasts were without the bone in (only cos that's all we had in) and I'm not sure what kind of peppers they were cos they are home grown ones and I haven't a clue what we grew! I chopped everything finely rather than food processing (personal preference) and marinated for a bit longer than recommended - probably about 10hours (while I was out at work) and the meat was beautiful - so tender. And you would really never know this was a WW meal! What a great find, thank you TeresaS!"