I love to marinate my chicken in lemon pepper and a little olive oil for several hours. I then either grill or bake, depending on the weather. I also cut a chicken breast into cubes and make a kabob with bell pepper, onion and fresh pineapple, baste with some olive oil then bake or grill depending on the weather.
here is an easy one - bake or grill chicken breasts until almost done - top with 1/4 cup refried beans ( I used the fat free spicy old el paso) and top with reduced fat shredded chedder or mixed "mexican " cheeses and bake or grill about another 5 -8 minutes until the cheese melts and the beans are hot.
My favorite is a teriyaki sauce with I cup soy (I use low salt). One quarter cup water. One to one half clove minced garlic. One to one half teaspoon ginger ( I use jarred chopped ginger). Marinate several hours and cook. I usually broil it.
I usually have it with rice and fresh fruit or veggies, sugar snap peas go well. Or sliced tomatoes with rice wine vinegar.
Edited by: FLYGAL5 at: 8/3/2008 (14:55)
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