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Skewered Chicken
Thinly sliced chicken tenders — allow for about 2 per person
Salt & pepper to season
Wood skewers

For the marinade — the amounts may need to be increased based on how many chicken tenders are to be made
2 shallots, minced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tbsp. packed brown sugar
2 tbsp. lime juice
2 tbsp. peanut or vegetable oil

Soak the amount of skewers needed for at least an hour prior to grilling. Chicken should be thin enough that no pounding is necessary. Season each piece with a little salt and pepper. Add all marinade ingredients together and only marinate the chicken for a short while (lime juice or any citrus juice will break down chicken or fish if marinated too long leaving the chicken or fish “mealy”), not longer than 30 minutes. Just prior to grilling, put the chicken pieces on the skewers and grill at medium heat for just 2-3 minutes on each side — keep an eye on this because cooking too long will result in dried out chicken, cooking too short equals under cooked chicken. Dip chicken into barbeque sauce, or honey mustard or the sauces listed above for the summer rolls.

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