Sweet Mango Barbecue Chicken Skewers are the right grill fare! Moist and juicy and bursting with fruity and savory flavors, they’re a assured crowd pleaser!
Barbecues are a famous Filipino lifestyle, specially on New Year’s Eve whilst families and friends acquire around a smoldering charcoal pit while waiting for the coming 12 months. Remember red hotdogs on skewers? Eating one after the opposite until my tummy harm became one in all my fun reminiscences as a child.
If you’re making plans a grill fest for the holidays and you’d like to feature to the usual Pork BBQ, those delectable sweet mango barbeque chook skewers are a super manner to interchange things up. With a candy, savory, and fruity glaze, they’re a refreshing burst of taste.
Depending for your choice, you can use western-fashion BBQ sauce which has a tangy tomato-primarily based taste or Filipino-kind barbeque marinade like Mama Sita’s which has a greater savory soy sauce flavor.
1 cup mango nectar-homemade or shop-bought
1/4 cup barbecue sauce
1/4 teaspoon purple pepper flakes or chopped Thai chili peppers (siling labuyo)
1 teaspoon sesame oil
Soak the bamboo sticks in water for at least half-hour to hold from burning in the course of grilling.
Although you could use boneless fowl breast if you want, I surprisingly recommend thigh or leg meat as they stay juicier and don’t overcook as quickly.
Drain the meat nicely and pat dry, so the extra liquid does not dilute the marinade.
Cut in uniform sizes to ensure even cooking.
To prevent immoderate charring and to save you the beef from burning earlier than absolutely cooked, grill for a few minutes first on each side earlier than basting. Once it loses its purple, begin brushing with the sauce.
How to serve
These chook skewers no longer most effective makes a tremendous appetizer however additionally a scrumptious part of a meal. I like to serve them with coconut rice and tomato-avocado-cucumber salad, but honestly, something is going. Try them with facets of Java rice, atsara, or maybe pancit bihon.
Love waking as much as a silog meal in the morning? This grilled mango hen will be just as scrumptious as tocino with sinangag and sunny aspect up eggs.
Looking for greater grill-worth recipes? Inihaw na liempo and pusit are sure to be a success at your subsequent cookout!