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Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Chicken Skewers

DSC03628I always go overboard with starters for any party at home. That’s because I believe my guests will appreciate the food most, when they are still sober, and not intoxicated with scotch and wine- and that happens only in the starter stage. By the time they move on to main course, half of them are thinking of a good night’s sleep and the other half can’t tell the difference between chicken and  lamb. So then, if you are entertaining guests over drinks, work on your starters and keep the main course simple. :-)

I make chicken skewers very often, mostly because it is simple, and tastes out of this world.

You’ll need:

500 gms diced chicken

Teriyaki/barbeque/honey chilly/sweet chilly sauce/ ANY sauce :-)

1 –2 teaspoon lemon juice

1 teaspoon minced garlic

salt to taste

Preparation:

Mix the chicken pieces with garlic, salt, lemon juice and the sauce of your choice. You can make 3 different portions and make different kinds of sticks for the sake of variety! Dump in the fridge for 3-4 hours. Remember- the more you marinade, the better it is!

Soak wooden skewers in water for about one hour.

Half an hour before the guests arrive, arrange the chicken pieces n skewers and grill it in the oven, ocassionally turning it. I grill it at at about 200 degrees for around 15 minutes.

 

You are now, all set to entertain!

3 foodie comments:

ZiLliOnBiG said...

i wish i knew someone who cooks the way you do. You have made me terribly hungry....let me go get something to much. BTW, living in arab country has its plus, kebabs are almost the staple here.

rampyari said...

Hey,

I have taken down some of you recipes on chicken, prawns and the jhatpat chicken pulao! Having guest over this sat'day so will try some of yr mouth watering food. Hope they come out as good as you make them :)

Thanks a ton KG. I am out with my cooking now! will try to wow them with yr's.

Thanks!

PS: hey btw, i just noticed that yu have almost no veggie food in here. how abt adding some of those. need them for my veggie hubby!

The Ketchup Girl said...

hey rampyari- thanks for the tip..i know harldy any veggy dishes. Just that all the veggy stuff i make are barely exotic :). Will still post some :). How did the party go?