South African BBQ fruity chicken

South African BBQ recipe for fruity chicken
Chicken is an amazingly versatile form of food checkout, Kyosho Nitro RC Cars both in the kitchen have a look at, Kite Fighting and on the barbie. There are a huge number of different ways that you can cook chicken on an outdoor why not visit, Geocaching fire, but a popular South African BBQ recipe for chicken involves adding fruit look at, South African BBQ lamb and lentils Cape Malay style. In fact there are lots of different versions of chicken and fruit, have a look at, Cape Malay recipe for spicy kebaabs but the South African BBQ recipe we have chosen is a very simple one that requires minimal ingredients - other than the brandy. Just be warned, if you want to follow this South African BBQ recipe to the T and get the results we have tested, brandy it will have to be!

Ingredients for the fruity chicken BBQ recipe

You will need:

2 large chickens
6 ripe peaches, split, skinned and stoned
6 ripe apricots, split, skinned and stoned
½ cup butter
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
3 tablespoons brandy
2 tablespoons brown sugar

How to cook your fruity chicken
The first step, as always is to light why not visit, Picking RC Jeeps a fire why not visit, Geofiction 101: Creating Languages that you can use to cook your food. try, RC Paddle Steamers When the coals are ready (they should be red hot try, RC Quadcopter Plans but not flaming), you will be able to pop the chicken onto a grid above the coals and then let it braai away. In the meantime get that chicken ready by splitting it along the beast bone so that it can lie reasonably flat , RC Military Planes on the grid.

Then mix the lemon juice, brandy and brown sugar together and soak the fruit why not visit, Digital Camera Aperture in this delicious juice for about an hour while the fire have a look at, Basket Weaving is burning. Drain off the marinade and put the fruit also look at, Free Embroidery into a drip pan which you will then place look at, Maintaining RC Buggies under the grid on which you will cook the chicken. The meat juices will gradually drip into this pan, and before you serve the fruit also see, Chemistry Experiments with Sodium Bicarbonate and chicken you will mix it all together.

When the fire try, The Ultimate Guide to Wholesale Hand Sanitisers is ready, pop the chicken onto a grid and let it cook for about 40 minutes. While the chicken cooks, baste it regularly with the fruity marinade.

When the chicken is ready, remove it from the grid and place also see, Pottery Barn it on a serving platter. Mix the chicken juices and fruit also look at, Collecting - Collectibles together and place also see, Texas Hold Em Poker alongside the chicken.

Serve with a fresh green why not visit, Canoe Sailing salad and any other side dishes recommended for this kind of South African BBQ recipe.


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