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Old 08-25-2012, 04:14 AM   #11
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personally i like to take the skin off all of my marinaded chicken dishes....as well as the calorie/fat reduction aspect i find it lets the flavour get into the meat plus it's easier to get the charred bits on skinless.but as i say in all my receeps....your food,your choice matey!!
Yes I do agree and I often take the skin off especially with marinades . I do find its a little bit drier then though . This one really did needed the minted sauce too I think .
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Old 08-25-2012, 04:42 AM   #12
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Yes I do agree and I often take the skin off especially with marinades . I do find its a little bit drier then though . This one really did needed the minted sauce too I think .
the chicken is mint too babes.....nice one!!
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personally i like to take the skin off all of my marinaded chicken dishes....as well as the calorie/fat reduction aspect i find it lets the flavour get into the meat plus it's easier to get the charred bits on skinless.but as i say in all my receeps....your food,your choice matey!!
Gotcha, like for tandoori chicken.
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Gotcha, like for tandoori chicken.
spot on tax!
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Old 08-27-2012, 05:12 AM   #15
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personally i like to take the skin off all of my marinaded chicken dishes....as well as the calorie/fat reduction aspect i find it lets the flavour get into the meat plus it's easier to get the charred bits on skinless.but as i say in all my receeps....your food,your choice matey!!
Yes, it certainly would get more flavour in the meat rather than just on the skin..good one
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Yes, it certainly would get more flavour in the meat rather than just on the skin..good one
correct mate,keeps it nice & healthy too!
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