Learn how to use this simple chicken recipe to make succulent yakitori. Including a variety of seasonings! Juicy Yakitori in advance, I wish you all a great weekend! ♡ I hope a lot of summer sunshine, iced drinks, flowing sundresses and flip-flops, maybe splashing water in the swimming pool, spending long nights outdoors, and meeting your favorite people easily, no matter where you live You, I will be on the agenda for months and countdown until this weekend, because, since we moved to Barcelona, Barclays and I finally went to Kansas City together for the first time.
Last year, the two of us finally had to travel separately for the different promises we both made on the calendar. But this will be the first time we have returned to KC in the past two years as a couple. I can't wait. We are ready to return to the Midwest, meet the friends and family we admire, eat all the Mexican food, drink all the frozen coffee we can find, do a long-awaited (and long-awaited) goal run and celebrate. One of the weddings of my best friend, leaving my European parents behind for a while, distributing so many hugs. Oh man, I'm so excited. I can't wait to go home. I plan to take a break while we are away so that the blog will be quieter for the next two weeks.
But to commemorate the grills everywhere this weekend, I want to leave you with a summer recipe that will never let me down-how to cook the most juicy yakitori! If you have been following this blog for a while, you will know that I like fully cooked (meaning uncooked) chicken. When it comes to grilling, this simple method will ensure that your chicken skewers are juicy, tender and have the best flavor. I have added my daily chicken seasoning to the recipe below, this is my simple choice, it is suitable for almost everything. But feel free to be creative and use any dry seasoning you like. I assure you that these yakitori will not disappoint you, so for those of you in America, I hope you have a happy and meaningful Memorial Day weekend. And know that we are happy to return to your world soon! ♡♡♡ The most delicious roast chicken kabob recipe |
1 minute video Chicken roast ingredients Grilled chicken roast ingredients: To make these roast chicken roasts, you need: Boneless skinless chicken breasts (or boneless thighs): You can buy fresh Chicken (my preference) or frozen chicken (you need to thaw completely before use). Also, please keep in mind that some chickens today also added brine. So check the label, if your chicken has been marinated, skip the following steps: Oil: Because we will grill at high temperature, I recommend any olive with a higher smoke point, such as avocado oil. Safflower oil, grape seed oil. , Or just plain olive oil (not extra virgin) kosher salt: a basic ingredient in our brine, we will also use it to season chicken. Seasoning: I added a universal mixture of smoked paprika, garlic powder, salt and black pepper to the recipe below. It is delicious and can match almost anything.
But you can dip it in any dry seasoning you like. You also need: Skewer: reusable metal skewer (my preference) or wooden skewer (must be soaked for 15 minutes before use to avoid burns). It's time to light your charcoal or gas grill! Or, if you prefer to cook chicken indoors, you can use a roasting pan instead. Chicken Roast Recipe How to Cook Chicken Roast: As we discussed in my post on how to grill chicken breasts, the first step here is to change the rules of the game. The first step is how to cook the chicken to make it juicy and tender. Pull out the chicken. Also known as giving the chicken a little salt water bath. This is a super simple extra step that only takes 15 minutes.
But I want to tell you: this will make a huge difference when locking in these juices to prevent the chicken from drying out. In addition, the instructions on how to grill chicken skewers are pretty standard here! Just…marinate the chicken. Soak the chicken breast (whole) in a mixture of warm water and salt for at least 15 minutes. Then rinse the chicken with a little cold water, pat the breast dry with a paper towel, and then cut the chicken into small pieces. Season the chicken. Drizzle olive oil on the chicken pieces, sprinkle with your favorite seasoning, and stir well until the chicken is evenly coated. (I recommend doing this by hand, so it's easier!) Prepare the grill and kebabs.
Heat the grill over medium high heat. Spread the chicken evenly on the kebab. So bake, baby, bake! Boil the chicken for about 10-14 minutes, turning once halfway, until the chicken is golden brown and cooked. (Absolutely avoid undercooked chicken, but try to avoid overcooking to avoid drying out!) Serve hot. Transfer the kebabs to a clean plate and cover loosely with aluminum foil for about 5 minutes. Then serve them while they are still good, hot and juicy! Yakitori Recipe Different seasonings: If you want to mix the garlic, chili powder and pepper seasonings listed below, feel free to add any of your favorite dry seasonings. The mix is as follows: Italian seasoning, Cajun seasoning, Za'atar seasoning, Taco seasoning, Bagel seasoning, Yakitori skewers Pairing with yakitori: There are many ways to pair these yakitori!
Feel free to match your favorite sauce. If you’re grilling outdoors this weekend, here are some summer favorites to pair with this chicken: Green Salad: Everyday Salad or Our Family’s Favorite Salad Pasta Salad: 5-ingredient Pasta Salad or Artichoke Lemon Potato Pasta Salad : Roasted potatoes or crusty bread Vegetables: Perfectly roasted Brussels sprouts or roasted asparagus Dessert: Roasted pineapple or mini fruit slices soaked in rum