When I am not blogging, I am also not cooking. I am wandering in my thoughts though. About food. Good food. My last post on a recipe was around 3 and a half months ago. And, as I write now, I am shame-faced for not doing what I should have been diligently doing. Blogging. Friends and family members are almost tired from pushing me to post just one recipe. Yes! that’s how hopelessly they tell me. But I tell them, just because I am not writing, doesn’t imply that I am not pondering. About food, that is.
So, you must be thinking what has kept me so busy. What have I been upto that I couldn’t write just one post in these months. Well, honestly, I’ve been upto nothing. But I surely hope to change that soon. How, don’t ask.
However, when at all I did make something, it has been something as easy as Grilled Chicken. Now, that hardly takes any time and effort. Yet, you are showered with compliments. I love that.
Talking about Grilled Chicken recipes, when it comes to grill marinades, there can be so many you can’t even begin to think. I am a lazy girl, and I am always exploring quick easy ways to cook meals. You see, therefore, grilled chicken just fits the bill. All you have to do is prepare a marinade, pour it all over the chicken breast pieces, seal and store away for a couple of hours. Later, all you do is just grill it.
I have tried a couple of recipes for grilling chicken before. I also have my favourites. But this one was something new I happened to try. And this was one recipe I knew I had to share with you all.
Honey Lime Sriracha Chicken
Author: Arundhuti Rama
- Boneless, skinless chicken breasts - 2
- For the Marinade:
- Melted Butter 20 gm
- Honey 2 tbsp.
- Soy sauce 2 tbsp.
- Lime juice of 1 lemon
- Sriracha Sauce 4 tbsp.
- Minced Ginger 1 tsp.
- Brown Sugar 1 tbsp.
- Salt and pepper as per taste
- In a bowl, whisk together all the ingredients for the marinade. Pour over the chicken pieces and mix well. Cover with a cling film or put everything into a zip-lock back. Refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight.
- Grill or pan fry the chicken until done.