For each brochette:
1 chicken breast (diced)
1/4 of red pepper (diced)
1/4 of green pepper (diced)
1/8 of a medium sized onion
TWIST: Soy sauce goes really well with this recipe. Put a small bowl with this sauce in the same plate and give it an oriental twist.
- Display the chicken breast dices over one working tray or surface.
- Season them with salt and pepper (optional grinded garlic)
- Do the same with the green pepper, another one for the red pepper and another one for the onion dices.
- Grab a skewer and insert the first chicken dice, one onion, one red pepper, one onion and the second chicken cube: the series continue with onion, green pepper, onion, and chicken.
- Keep doing so until your skewer is full and set aside. (Do this for each one.)
How to cook and what to choose
Skewer meat is great for grilling.
them over the grill and leave an eye on them. Check when the first side
is done and turn them to get the rest of the surfaces cooked.
careful not to leave them over the fire for too long because they will
be ready in 4-5 minutes, although this time could vary depending on the
strength of the fire and the thickness of the cubes.
You can use a wide pan on your stove. Drop a little oil at the bottom and turn them over when each side is golden.
- Serve them using a big dish and display it surrounded by some bowls full of deeping sauces, or make it low-cal by using cruditès as a side dish.
|recmd. 3 per person
LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS RECIPE
Brochettes is the French term for what we know as skewers.
This very simple dish admits all kinds of variations in all marinades, presentation, ingredients, sauces and spices.
After all these years, I've come to the conclusion that the more simple you cook the best. In my opinion, we must look for great prime material such: good chicken, organic food, natural vegetables, etc.If those are good, there is no need for hiding their wonderful flavours behind a tone of herbs and spices.
But then again, there are exceptions and chicken skewers turn out to be one of them.
( Not to mention the Indian cuisine )
This dish results a lot different depending on the sauces spices you use before hand.
For this recipe we are going to keep it simple and natural so all we'll need is a good fire to grill them on.
brochettes - natural sytle