I have a new favourite around here.
Credit for this idea goes to my sister-in-law.
Thank you, TJ for sharing! :)
Perfect for summer grilling and easy hosting.
This Trader Joe's marinade is my new go-to for chicken.
I've also used it for white fish and it turned out yummy.
(Actually, I think anything done in this sauce would be yummy.)
Take a package of chicken tenderloins and lay them in a 9x13 glass dish.
Pour marinade over the meat until it's covered.
Tightly wrap with plastic and set in the fridge overnight.
When ready to grill, preheat BBQ on high heat.
Prepare an old jelly roll pan by lining the inside
of it with a few layers of tin foil ~ seal it well.
(I have a dedicated grill pan ~ they do get ruined by the BBQ.)
Then, put a layer of parchment paper on top of the foil.
Scrunch up the sides of the foil so the sauce won't spill out.
Pour the chicken and sauce into the prepared pan.
Place pan on the BBQ and close the lid.
When the sauce begins to boil and the chicken begins to turn white
(approximately five minutes) turn each piece of chicken over
to allow for cooking on the other side.
Keep the lid of the BBQ open at this point and keep turning
the meat until thoroughly cooked. YUM!
With Love, Camille