Grilled Chicken With Coriander and Chili

Entered for safe-keeping, for Asian forum. From Australian Women's Weekly "Grill: Grill-pan+barbecue". Note: coriander is also known as cilantro. Preparation time does not include chilling time.

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35mins
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directions

  • MAKE CORIANDER AND CHILI PASTE:

  • Blend or process ingredients until mixture forms a smooth paste.
  • MARINATE CHICKEN THIGHS:

  • Pierce chicken all over with a sharp knife. Combine chicken and paste in a large bowl. Rub paste into cuts.
  • Cover. Refrigerate overnight.
  • COOK CHICKEN:

  • Cook chicken, covered in heated, oiled grill pan, 5 minutes.
  • Uncover, cook, stirring occasionally, about 20 minutes or until cooked (when a meat thermometer in the thickest part of the chicken registers 170 degrees Fahrenheit or 76.67 degrees Centigrade).
  • Serve chicken, if desired, with thin rice noodles and lime wedges.
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"Entered for safe-keeping, for Asian forum. From Australian Women's Weekly "Grill: Grill-pan+barbecue". Note: coriander is also known as cilantro. Preparation time does not include chilling time."
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  1. Leggy Peggy
    There was a lot of lip-smacking and yum-yumming when this was served. The whole family enjoyed it. To cater for Mr Not Too Spicy, I used two chilies, but everyone agreed that I could have used all four. Very easy to prepare, and so great to get it going the day before. I put the paste ingredients in my food processor and buzzed until smooth-ish. Then mixed the paste with 1.3 kilos of chicken breasts cut into serving-size pieces. Made sure the pieces were of similar thickness, so that everything would cook evenly on the barbecue. This recipe is well worth safe-keeping. Made for the Tempted by Turmeric Tag Game in the Asian Forum.
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  2. KateL
    Entered for safe-keeping, for Asian forum. From Australian Women's Weekly "Grill: Grill-pan+barbecue". Note: coriander is also known as cilantro. Preparation time does not include chilling time.
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