March 27, 2019
And now for a so-simple recipe for the beginning of grilling season. Grab those chicken breasts when they are on sale and stock up the freezer. The brush-on glaze is what really makes this recipe. Go ahead and and substitute peach jam and peaches or strawberry jam and chopped strawberries if you like those flavers more....yum!
I'll never forget the first time I had raspberry flavored with my chicken... oh it was just about 25 years ago at a winery restaurant on our honeymoon. This has been one of my favorite combinations ever since!
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RASPBERRY GRILLED CHICKEN
1/2 cup raspberry jam
1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard
6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
2 cups fresh raspberries
Prepare grill. Brush rack with vegetable oil. Mix raspberry jam and mustard. Place chicken on grill, cover and cook for 8-9 minutes per side, brushing frequently with the jam mixture, until juices run clear and center of chicken is no longer pink when
thickest pieces are cut.
Category: Chicken, Main Dishes
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Low in Fat and Calories. Chicken provides the complete
protein you require daily. You can reduce the fat content
of chicken even further by removing the skin. To avoid
adding fat to chicken, use cooking methods such as stir-
rying, grilling and broiling that require little or no fat.
Another option is to use low-fat liquids in place of oil
Convenience and Variety. Your supermarket meat department
now offers fresh chicken in a wide variety of packages.
For example, you can purchase mixed cut-up parts, all
white meat, all dark meat, or boneless, skinless parts,
as well as whole chickens. If your time is limited, you'll
find that chicken parts, particularly boneless parts, cook
the fastest. In fact, you can prepare many chicken dishes
in 30 minutes or less! Chicken is a versatile meal choice.
It can be featured as the main entrée, included in a side
dish, served for lunch as a salad, substituted for other
proteins in a breakfast omelet or served as a nutritious