It’s been a crazy busy week folks. Too tired to DIY, too tired to spray paint, but never to tired to eat!
Here’s a simple dish you can do on your outside grill. I could BBQ all winter if the weather stayed like our summer or I had a covered area to do so. Hmmm, maybe the front porch?
Take four boneless chicken breasts from the freezer. When they are still half frozen cut them in half lengthwise. Then cut each piece in half width wise. Place all chicken pieces a 9X11 dish and cover with your favorite bottle of teriyaki sauce. The easy way to make sure every piece is covered in the sauce is to turn the pieces over a couple of times. Set a tiny bit of the sauce aside in a separate bowl. Let the chicken soak for a couple of hours.
When it’s close to BBQ time cut a fresh pineapple into slices about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick. I’m sorry I didn’t take pictures of this because I’m pretty good at cutting up a pineapple. Really!
Heat the BBQ to medium heat and spray it with some PAM grilling spray. Place the chicken on the grill. I turn it every minute or so and keep my eye out for flame flare-ups. You can always turn the heat down. When the chicken is getting close to done put the pineapple slices on the frill. Brush a little teriyaki sauce on each slice and Turn a couple of times until they start to brown a tiny bit. Serve on a platter. You might want to add some buns for a chicken teriyaki pineapple burger or a mixed salad to add some chicken to.
What are you grilling this weekend? Have a great 2 days!