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I found this recipe inside a magazine years ago. Pretty vague, huh?
But it's foolproof and delicious. And perfect for end of summer barbeques!
Ginger Chicken Kabobs:
1/2 c. honey
2 T. minced garlic
2 T. grated, peeled ginger root
4 T. soy sauce
2 chicken breast (cut into chunks)
(When you buy the ginger root, I just break a chunk off of the large pieces they have in produce! They're huge and you only need a little.)
Cut defrosted chicken into small pieces. Put them in a shallow pan. Combine honey, garlic, ginger root, and soy sauce in a saucepan. Stir over low heat until honey melts.
Pour honey mixture over it, mix well and refrigerate overnight. (I never do this part - I'm lucky if it marinates for 30 minutes.) .
Place chicken on skewers and cook over the grill turning every few minutes
Now this is where I changed the recipe. I've never had skewers. The first time I made this I bought wooden skewers. Which works just fine, just be sure to soak them in water first. But I have since lost the entire package of skewers and never bought any again.
SO...I do this:
Put a large piece of aluminum foil onto the grill. Spray with cooking spray. Pour the contents of the pan onto the aluminum foil. And then grill the chicken, stirring/flipping the chicken every few minutes.
I've put this with rice or salad. Last week we had it with fresh salsa and peaches.