Sesame Ginger Chicken

D6284F39-FBBB-40E9-9A17-583AFEF06D04Part of my father’s day presents was a bunch of Weber bbq spices, I tried the steak spice mix and liked it. One of the things with it was a package of sesame ginger mix that you add orange juice to. When I got up this morning it was sitting beside the coffee pot, big hint that I should use it tonight. So since I learned along time ago that I should make things my wife wants it got used. Read the ingredients and it is very similar to a marinade I made years ago, but that I used for turkey breast cutlets. So no turkey breast cutlets but I did have chicken breasts in the freezer. Think I have mentioned before my dislike for chicken, but that I really like turkey. So no running to the store, so chicken got used, and it was actually good. Think I will pick up a few more of the packages because I can think of other things I could use with it. Other juices and you can vary the types of meat. Still bbqing is the only way to cook anything with this marinade. You can even cube the chicken and make kabobs which makes it have multiple uses.

2 flattened chicken breasts

1 package of Weber’s sesame ginger marinade mix

1/2 cup orange juice

Mix the orange juice with y sesame ginger mix. Place chicken in the marinade and refrigerate for 1 and 1/2 hours turning a couple of times. Bbq about 4 minutes per side depending on how hot the bbq is. Baked potato and a large salad was our choice with it.

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  1. Pingback: Sesame Ginger Chicken — How I Cook — by Graham Stewart – Sarah's Attic Of Treasures

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