Magic happens when the warm spices in the rub meet the flavors of the cool grapes and scallions.
Try a medium-bodied white with vibrant fruit, herbal notes, and little or no oak, such as the Fontaleoni Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Tuscany—or a fruity young Grenache blend, such as the Delas Côtes du Ventoux, France. Both pair well with poultry or pork.
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Way good, lovely mix of favors... tastes meld to an incredible, different dish that all ages should love. Very, very good and a keeper in my simple household. Make this dish, you will love it.
The recipe looked interesting and different from our usual chicken standards. The rub had a great combination of flavors so I knew it would enhance the chicken breasts. I didn't have the exact ingredients for the salsa, so substituted green, ruby and dark red grapes and red onion and it was still excellent - light and bright. I am married to a picky eater so I waited for his reaction as I savored my first complex and delicious bites. He loved it! I loved it. And it made a beautiful plate. I will definitely make it again soon and often.
I loved this recipe it was so fast and easy. My family loved it too, I even recomended it to a relative. I'm not usally a spicy person but I still liked it. Everyone will like this!
This spice rub has become my go-to when grilling. The sweet paprika and brown sugar really complements the grill smokey flavor. An instant favorite.
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