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2003/06/16 17:53:42 (permalink)

Chicken

Does anyone have any good Marinades or anything to get rid of that boring taste of Chicken breast? I could eat it all the time when i roast it in the oven but when i get it out of the George forman machine it tastes like crap!
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    thehonkytonkman
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/16 20:21:33 (permalink)
    My girlfriend just made me chicken covered in a spice powder called Jamaican Jerk - really nice and adds nothing bad to the nutritional value - got it from Safeway mate.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/16 20:25:51 (permalink)
    Nice one, i'll have a look for that..

    Thanks..


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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/16 20:27:27 (permalink)
    Asda chicken seasoning.
    A delicious blend of herbs and spices.There words not mine,it is quite nice.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/16 20:32:33 (permalink)
    i have the same problem with tuna,
    i have been using various cooking sauces, there are loads to choose from. chinese curry and sweet and sour my favs. if you want one with no additves the homepride range has no fillers, additives etc. but when it says hot it means it.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/16 20:34:15 (permalink)
    sainsburys do some nice exotic seasoning's like jerk , cajun , creole , and thai they are £2 50 a little pack but by far the best shop bought seasoning ive tasted . also sprinkle chinese 5 spice over chicken cubes then place in plastic bag add a good amount of dark soy sauce then really squish and work soy into the chicken through the bag then leave to marinade 4 2 hours , this is pukka on the old gf !!
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/16 20:43:34 (permalink)
    I like Chinese food so i'll give that chinese 5 spice a try. They all sound goooooood.


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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/20 18:15:03 (permalink)
    Soy Sauce is pure salt.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/21 20:42:23 (permalink)
    Schwatz have a range of great seasonings. They generally have a shelf or stand in most supermarkets. There are heaps of them like Thai Chicken, Frijatia, chicken seasoning, Jamacian Jerk as mentioned - loads!
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/21 23:19:25 (permalink)
    i like to grate safeways own lowfat cheese onto hot chicken breast its only 15%fat and yummy
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/23 16:24:20 (permalink)
    not a marinade, but the way i cook chicken is in foil with lemon juice, sweet peppers, mushrooms and a little salt and pepper. 30 mins should cook a nice breast.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/25 11:42:22 (permalink)
    i use old el paso fajita mix to the chicken, its really nice, you dont have to make fajitas out of them just buy the seasoning.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/06/25 11:57:57 (permalink)
    Simmer some chopped tomatoes until it's thick, add some garlic and your cooked chicked. Nice taste and moistens it up.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/07/09 13:57:29 (permalink)
    Hey geez, one of my fave and easy marinade is the classic Greek marinade:
    Olive oiL and Lemon Juice(3 parts olive to 1 part Lemon ratio)
    1/2 Tsp Oregano to every 3 tablespoons Olive Oil
    2 Cloves Garlic, or 1/2 Tsp garlic powder for every 3 TBsp O.Oil
    pinch salt,, (I dont, but hey)

    Let the chicken soak for awhile in it, then eat,,,.... er,Ok cook
    then eat.[:p]

    this is an awesome marinade and is beatiful on the BarbeeQ, Just like
    Jerk spice- a West Indie Concoction, if you ever had and enjoyed a roti, or meat patty, then embrace the jerk, little one.. LOL
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    RE: Chicken 2003/07/09 15:50:29 (permalink)
    I've started making my own Chicken Tandoori pieces now, its tastes great, especially on the BBQ. I get Tandoori Masala by East End, it only costs 39p a packet from Morrisons and mix it in with low fat natural yogurt, let the chicken marinade over night and put the pieces on a skewer and throw them under the grill or BBQ. I have them in a wholemeal pitta bread with some salad.

    Tastes excellent :)


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    RE: Chicken 2003/07/14 13:58:13 (permalink)
    That sounds pretty good bro...btw tried your suggestion of adding flavoured whey to cottage cheese and its the only way I eat it now...ingenious!
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    RE: Chicken 2003/07/16 01:16:39 (permalink)
    I'd be worried about salt content in alot of these flavourings. From what i have seen of them, they seem pretty loaded with it.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/07/16 23:15:51 (permalink)
    Those little triangle things are tasty. they cook well in the george foreman grill and, although loaded with salt only weigh 3-4grams
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    RE: Chicken 2003/08/10 16:34:57 (permalink)
    I prefer Teriyaki sauce.
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    RE: Chicken 2003/08/20 09:43:47 (permalink)
    Mate, for the George Foreman try this: Season the chicken in balsamic vinegar, ground garlic, pinch of salt, some oregano, and while it's cooking add a dash of tabasco sauce. Leave it in the marinade covered in cling film in the fridge for at least 30 mins and that taste of chicken will be 'outta there...'

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