You are going to love this simple but full of flavor 30 minute meal! Quick and easy meals that are the best family meals are perfect for a busy weeknight. And my skillet meals are becoming quite popular on my site.
Chicken is popular among the Duke faculty, many of whom eat at the Nasher daily. To satisfy their appetite for something new, Amy Tornquist came up with this recipe for honey-and-spice-glazed chicken. A touch of cayenne pepper adds kick.
They are a little spicy, a bit of sweet and sticky, and a whole lot of amazing! Similar to my Spicy Sweet and Sticky Chicken Thighsthis grilled chicken thighs recipe is also packed with bold flavors that even the pickiest of eaters will want to dive right in. And so usually the answer to my decision on what to make for dinner on any given summer-night is, chicken on the grill.
This balsamic grilled chicken is SO full of flavor from the marinade. A quick stint on the grill and a 4-ingredient sauce top it off. Oh, did I mention the spicy honey and bacon? My doctor found a funny mole on my back once a couple years ago.
Sticky Ginger Soy Glazed Chicken pictured here with jasmine rice and a drizzle of sriracha! Once marinated you can cook the Sticky Ginger Soy Glazed Chicken in a skillet or on a grill I almost used my George Foremanbut decided a skillet made for better pictures foodbloggerlife. See this recipe used in my weekly meal prep.
Made this recipe yesterday. Seasoned the chicken with salt and pepper, dried thyme, and dried parsley. Let it marinate all day while I was at work.
The secret to this shiny and golden-brown barbecued chicken? A simple, tangy glaze made with brown sugar. Balsamic-Glazed Grilled Chicken Breasts. Prep 35 min Total 35 min Servings 4.
To produce great grilled flavor and glaze the meat in a relatively short period of time, we brine the meat while the grill heats to season it and keep it moist during cooking. Milk powder hastens the Maillard reaction and provides a surface for the glaze to adhere to. For a savory glaze with balanced flavor, we use a small amount of corn syrup, which is less sweet than other sweeteners, to provide viscosity but not a lot of sweetness.