Servings: 4 as a main course, 6 as an appetizer
A great hors d’oeuvre, the kebabs are also delicious for dinner, served with rice and seared baby bok choy. If using wooden skewers, soak them for at least 20 minutes before threading.
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Since I am Celiac, I had to make my own hoisin sauce, and left out the extra hot sauce. Consequently, this was certainly not spicy at all. It was an easy dinner to make. We will do it again but I will add a wee bit more punch with either hot sauce or red pepper flakes.
We absolutely love this recipe!!! We don't bother with the kebabs, we just, marinate it for an hour or two and then saute it in a frypan. The sauce carmelizes on the chicken - so, so yummy! We like to serve it with a noodle salad to balance the sweet-spicey chicken.
Very easy and flavorful. Instead of using the broiler, I grilled them on the bbq, until a little charred and crispy. Served them as a main with coconut rice. I had a little too much meat for my skewers, so I used that and the extra marinade for a stir fry rice the other day. Turned out great as well :)
Cooked it the other night. Husband loved it.
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