Fresh from a victorious BBQ at a close friend’s house-warming party, I am feeling rather chuffed at how wonderful the BBQ marination has turned out to be. In hind-sight, that statement is rather far from modesty. But allow me that excitement since my experiment went off really well.
There were 2 of us responsible for all the marination and menu for the BBQ Grill Party. Need to add in that the other friend is a brilliant cook who can cook up a dream. The 2 of us were responsible for the palettes of 6.
Sharing the recipe of the nicely drunk chicken chunks in this mildly tempered marinade:
1/2 cup orange juice
1/2 cup soy sauce
3 cloves of garlic; finely chopped
2 large pegs of whiskey
Mix all of them together. I had 2 whole chicken that I de-boned and dunked in the 1 inch cubes in it overnight.
Skewer the pieces on well soaked wooden skewers or replace them with metal ones.
Put them on the grill for about 5-6 minutes; depending on how well you are stoking the heat.
Eat! Close your eyes! Eat some more! Repeat!
Tip: strain out the garlic pieces and reduce the marinade with a handsome dollop of honey and use as a glaze to serve with the meat.
I do not have a single photo since we were too busy stoking the fire, balancing the skewers and handling drinks! Cheers!