|Are You Chicken in the Kitchen?|
|by CQ Products|
It's dinnertime and there are hungry mouths to feed. A quick search of the fridge results in boneless, skinless chicken breast halves.
Tip: Try chicken skewers for more results.
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Wash, peel and ... zip bag, marinate chicken, crushed garlic ... dressing, vinaigrette or teriyaki sauce. Turn several ... If using wooden skewers, soak them ... rice or buttered noodles.
Cut chicken into 1 inch ... shallow container. Combine teriyaki sauce and next ... hours. Soak wooden skewers in water for ... desired. Yield: 6 servings.
Early that day ... refrigerate. Later, take skewer and first place ... for barbecuing or broiling in oven. Use marinade for sauce to dip in while eating.
Cut chicken in 1 inch ... shallow container. Combine teriyaki sauce and next ... hours. Soak wooden skewers in water for ... desired. Yields 6 servings.
Combine first 6 ... large bowl. Add chicken to bowl and ... snow peas on skewers. Preheat barbecue ... minutes). Brush with marinade and serve. Makes 12 kebabs.
Cut chicken into strips 1 ... onions, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms and cook 2 more hours. Put on skewers. Cook over hot coals until browned. Serve with rice.
Mix together. Place chicken pieces in marinade overnight. Skewer chicken alternating with ... minutes. Brush with marinade when turned. Makes 4 servings.
Mix all ingredients and marinate beef or chicken for a few hours or overnight. Cook on grill on skewers or broil in oven.
To make teriyaki sauce, measure soy ... well. Thread 5-6 chicken pieces on each skewer. Leave a ... 2 of the skewers on a paper ... still in fondue pot.
To make teriyaki sauce, measure soy ... well. Thread 5-6 chicken pieces on each skewer. Leave a ... Repeat for other skewers. To eat, ... still in fondue pot.
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