HOW TO COOK CHICKEN FOR BABIES - OUTDOOR COOKERS
How To Cook Chicken For Babies
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The summer heat has come to Albuquerque, and the food that we're craving has definitely changed. No pastas, no casseroles. Our new favorite meals are sort of assemble-them-yourself type deals, mostly cool, either Mexican or Middle Eastern.
Mexican = fajitas! Chicken or pork simmered in red chile sauce and shredded, served with raw baby spinach, cheddar cheese, red pepper that I usually roast on the gas stove, onions, sour cream, avocado (or fresh guacamole if I get the notion) and whole wheat tortillas.
Middle Eastern = shredded lemon/garlic chicken
, feta cheese, hummus, baba ganoush (both homemade - once I found out how easy it is to make them, there was no going back), raw baby spinach, grapes, and homemade whole wheat pita bread... well I haven't perfected the pita puff yet but I can now officially say that I make a delicious flatbread!
Tonight I made the flatbread extra long and made tzatziki, then rolled up all the ingredients in the Middle Eastern menu above into gyros. OMG... I don't mean this in a braggy way, but they were freaking perfect. And, since I made the baba ganoush and hummus yesterday (I froze the baba ganoush overnight so it didn't have that weird second-day taste), the meal was pretty simple (I mean, hummus is like a 5-minute operation when making from scratch
, but the baba ganoush does require eggplant roasting, so that can take a while). This process just worked out so well: get the flatbread dough rising before walking Charlie, head out for a nice long walkies, come back, run to grocery store for emergency cucumber and parsley (how I was planning on making tzatziki without cucumber, I dunno), come back, make tzatziki and chicken
while the flatbread is going in the oven (my pan was only big enough for two pieces at a time)... et viola
: delicious dinner.
NOTE: Don't be like me. One gyro is most definitely plenty. Two will take you to the land of uncomfortably-full-but-you-almost-can't-feel-bad-because-damn-it-was-good.
Also: for some reason, lately my day is not complete without a mid-afternoon snack of a Fuji apple, some peanut butter, and cheese (sharp cheddar or Camembert). NOM.
Taiwanese Street Style Grilled Chicken Heart
hearts were purchased from
Cleaned thoroughly with sea salt and water, then butterflied (make a score up and down the heart to open up the inside).
2 tablespoon of honey
2 tablespoon of olive oil
1 tablespoon of soy sauce
1 tablespoon of Chinese rice wine
2 large garlic cloves, minced
Mix all the ingredient for the marinate together in a large glass bowl, add the butterflied chicken heart, cover and leave in the fridge for at least two hours. I marinated mine for 3 days in the fridge.
You can grill this in an oven or on a grill. Should be done by cooking each side for 10-15 minutes depending on how hot your setting is on the heating source.
After they were done grilling, I pulled them off the skewer and served over a bowl of fresh baby greens salad with Queen Creek Meyer Lemon Olive Oil and Queen Creek Strawberry Balsamic Vinegar with salt and pepper. It was YUMMY!
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