Grilled Chicken Breast With Yogurt and Cucumber Sauce

"This is a recipe for the barbecue from Coup de Pouce. Something easy that doesn't need to marinade."
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  • In a bowl, mix yogurt, green onions, mint, cumin, salt and 1/8 teaspoon of pepper. Pour half the sauce in a bowl and set aside. Add cucumber to the remaining sauce and stir. Set aside.
  • Sprinkle the chicken breasts with remaining pepper. Set the barbecue to medium heat. Put the chicken breasts on an oiled grill of the barbecue and cook, without closing the cover, 12 to 15 minutes or until it's not pink inside. (flip them and brush with the sauce without cucumber at mid-cooking; discard remaining of this sauce). Serve with the sauce with cucumber.

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  1. mightyro_cooking4u
    This was a easy and delicious recipe. The sauce ws great!!! Will make again!!!
  2. Starrynews
    Great sauce! And it is so convenient that it doesn't have to marinate to bring out the great flavors. Thanks for sharing!
  3. Andrew Mollmann
    This just didn't do anything for me. I couldn't really taste anything except the mint.
  4. Redsie
    The sauce makes the chicken!! Made the sauce an hour before dinner - and I think it gave even more great taste!! Added lots of fresh mint and ... forgot the green onions!! Thanks Boomette! :)
  5. bluemoon downunder
    I selected this recipe because I loved the sound of the ingredients, not because it was a BBQ recipe. I've never BBQ'd and I suspect I'm unlikely ever to do so. I pan-fried the chicken in an electric frypan, and it cooked up very well to our satisfaction, both moist and flavoursome. I was quite mystified by the discarding of the unused sauce which was cucumberless, so, since it was so delicious with so many wonderful flavours superbly blended, I simply added some extra cucumber and used it all. Too bad, I thought if someone thinks that there is too much sauce, Everyone was commenting on how delicious the sauce was, so I really don't think that in fact this was an issue. I used Greek yoghurt as that is what I always use. This is a recipe I'll also be happy to use again. Thanks for sharing it Boomette! Made for Newest Zaar Tag.


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