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During the summer months, one of my favorite ways to cook dinner is grilling out. I love cooking outside and not having to heat up the house with the stove. So grilling outside not only gives us a tasty dinner but it also gives my oven a much-needed break.
When I do grill out, which is several times a mon, I love to use a large grill and make a big fire that burns for a long time so I can do some bulk cooking. I am all about that cooking once and eating multiple meals plan, but I need variety in my meals so I don’t get bored with my food. Are you like that, or are you someone that can eat the same proteins every night? One tip I will share is to shop before your grilling night and grab a few different types of proteins like burgers, sausages, pork chops and chicken. That way you can cook once and have that nice variety all week.
Lately, I have got a lot of boneless skinless chicken breast on sale for under a dollar a pound, some even as low as .78 a pound. How awesome is that? I love finding great proteins and stocking up on them for the weeks when the sales aren’t so great.
With so much chicken in my freezer, I am always looking for different ways to spruce it up each time avoiding chicken burnout. But with recipes like this Asian Inspired BBQ Chicken, I think it is safe to say we won’t have to worry about that, in fact, I think we are going to look forward to having more chicken!
1/3 cup of THM Gentle sweet (or 3 Tbsp Pyure Brand)
2 Tbsp minced onions
2 Tsp minced ginger
1 Tablespoon of Sesame Oil
1 garlic clove, finely minced
1/2 tsp Glucci for thickening
Juice of one Lime
Note: Once you have blended the ingredients, I suggest tasting the sauce and adjusting where needed to suit your tastes.
For the Chicken
2-3 lbs of boneless and skinless chicken breast
Salt and Pepper to your tastes
Add all the ingredients into a blender and blend on low for a couple of minutes.
Next add the ingredients to a sauce pan and cook on low heat until it is slightly thickened. About 15 minutes is what I generally do.
Set sauce aside and prepare your chicken for the grill as you normally do.Use salt and pepper to your tastes to season the chicken before adding to your grill.
After the chicken is in on the grill and reaches the half way point of cooking you can begin basting your chicken with the sauce. I like to do one side then let it cook a bit before flipping it and basting the other side. This will help set the sauce on the chicken.
Repeat the basting several times.
Important Note: Remember if you want some of the sauce to dip your chicken in at the table later you need to separate that from the sauce that you will be basting your meat with on the grill.
I am a southern girl through and through that loves to laugh, cook, read and spend time with family. My passions outside of home schooling my son are ministering to those in need and creating art in the kitchen! Every day is an adventure in our little house and I wouldn't trade it or the chance to share here with you for anything!