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"RE: OTCC: Tangy Chicken Skewers"
Posted by samboohoo on 09-22-10 at 10:59 AM
I made last night. I will have to post a picture from the house.

Prep:

I did not have an orange, but I had orange juice. I also had cilantro, but I didn't use it. I forgot and was somewhat rushed.

I bought chicken tenders by Perdue, so I didn't have to worry about the cutting process. My lacing was simply folding them - they actually looked like shrimp on the skewers.

We have very long metal skewers. I did not read all of the instructions before assembling. You tell us to lace them in Number 3 and in Number 6, so I laced them and then couldn't put them in a bag to marinate. But it worked out. I put the meat part in a shallow dish, and I just rotated them every 5 minutes. I also made a double batch of the marinade.

I served them on a plate with some Green Giant Steamed Veggie packs - corn for him, the cauliflower, cranberry & carrot for me. They were so good. I poured the sauce on both, but I gave him a little bowl for dipping extra. My sauce wasn't super thick, but it worked. It thickened more after cooking.

The chicken was super juicy.


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