My first time with a Stove Top Grill - Food Fashion, and Beauty Blog
I love grilling – pork, chicken, hotdogs, fish… I think we have already tried grilling almost every type of food which can be grilled. Unfortunately, now that it’s so called outside (you don’t need outdoor thermometers to tell you that), we can’t grill as often as we used to. So, to solve our cooking dilemma, we bought a stove-top pan griller!
And I already used it. I tried to cook sweet-style pork liempo barbecue. I prepared the pork liempo cuts and marinated them in soy sauce, brown sugar, calamansi extract, and lots of pepper. I heated the stove top pan griller and place the cuts and just waited for each of the sides to get cooked. I actually overcooked it a bit for fear of serving it raw (Overcooked is after all better than raw when you have kids eating the food). Hubby and my brother (and I) loved it although I still find outdoor grilled food more superb.
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Dinner in minutes: Stove-top sliders deliver barbecue flavor
Enjoy barbecue flavor in these chicken sliders without heating up the outdoor grill. They can be made on a stove-top grill or in a skillet.
I've doctored up bottled barbecue sauce for a smoky, hot flavor. The secret to keeping the sauce from burning on the chicken is to add it during the last few minutes of cooking.
Accompany the sliders with a salad that gets its heat from chili powder and its color from red, yellow and green peppers.
This meal contains 560 calories per serving with 28 percent of calories from fat.
n Look for low-sugar barbecue sauce.
n Any type of oil and vinegar dressing can be used for the salad.
n If you like it really hot, add more hot sauce to the barbecue sauce.
BARBECUED CHICKEN SLIDERS
3/4 pound boneless, skinless chicken thighs
Olive oil spray
1/4 cup low-sugar barbecue sauce
1 medium garlic clove, crushed
1/4 teaspoon hot pepper sauce
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