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Grilled

Grilled Picante Chicken

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 cup picante sauce

Marinate chicken in picante sauce for about 5 hours in the refrigerator
(or longer if desired). Place on grill when hot enough. Brush marinade on
chicken, turn after five minutes and brush marinade on other side. Do not
use the marinade after the first few minutes, because the marinade could
contain raw chicken juices. Chicken takes about 15 minutes to cook, until
no longer pink inside.

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Grilled Jamacian Jerk Chicken

 15 of your favorite fresh chile peppers (or equivalent)
  2 tbsp dried rosemary
  2 tbsp parsley, chopped
  2 tbsp dried basil
  2 tbsp dried thyme
  2 tbsp mustard seeds
  3 scallions, finely chopped
  1 tsp salt
  1 tsp black pepper
  juice of 2 limes
  1/4 cup cheap yellow mustard
  2 tbsp orange juice
  6 chicken thighs, with legs attached

Combine all the rub ingredients in a food processor, or blender, and
blend them into a paste, making sure that all the ingredients are fully
integrated. The paste should be approximately the consistency of a thick
tomato sauce. If it is too thick, thin it out with a little more white
viegar. Cover the paste and let it sit n the refrigerator for at least 2
hours for the flavors to blend together. Overnight is the ideal amount
of time to give them to get acquainted. (**NOTE** If you want to avoid
making a fresh batch every time you make this dish, you can multiply the
amount of paste easily. Don't worry about it going bad, since it keeps
almost infinetely.)
Rub the chicken thighs with paste and place them on the grill over very
low heat. If you have a covered cooker, put the coals to one side and
the chicken on the other, and cover.
Cook about 1 hour without a cover or 1/2 hour if covered. The key here
is to use a very low heat. You need to be patient and give yourself
plenty of time. The chicken is technically done when the meat is opaque
and the juices run clear. However, the ideal is about 10-15 minutes past
that point, when the meat pulls away from the bone easily. It is very
hard to overcook this. In fact you can only screw it up if you burn the
paste by having the heat too high. The longer the chicken stays on the
grill, the more superior the smoky flavor. After cooking, separate the
leg from the thigh by cutting at the natural joint between them. Serve
one leg or thigh per person accompanied by a few spoonfuls of
Banana-guava ketchup.
Serves 4 and as entree or 6 as a light meal.

Origin: Cookbook Digest magazine, July/Aug 1991
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Broiled

Spice-Crusted Chicken Breast

1  tbsp    ground coriander
1  tbsp    ground cumin
1  tsp     freshly ground black pepper
4  boned and skinned chicken breast halves
2  tsp     olive oil

In a small dry skillet, over medium heat, toast coriander, cumin and
pepper, stirring, for 45 seconds or until aromatic. Transfer to a small
bowl and set aside. Preheat broiler. Lightly oil a broiler rack or coat it
with cooking spray. Place chicken breasts between two pieces of plastic
wrap; flatten the meat slightly with a rolling pin. Brush both sides of the
chicken with oil, then coat with spice mixture and place on broiler rack.
Broil until the chicken is no longer pink in the center, four to five
minutes per side.

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