I've taken it upon myself to create a new and outstanding recipe for each of my grandchildren. The barbecued, bacon wrapped, smoked chicken I made for the Four Season's Competition is name for my newest Grandchild, Jackson. It came out so good, I was proud to give it Jackson's name. So forever more, that recipe will be known as Jackson's Chicken.
My next creation is also made from chicken, but this time, is a little more refined, but equally bold. I dub it, Katie's Chicken. Here's how it's made.
2 tbs. Sriracha brand Pepper Sauce
2 tbs. Tabasco Original Hot Sauce
1 tsp. Liquid Stupid Hot Sauce
1 tbs. Jamaican Hellfire Sauce
1 tbs. A1 Steak Sauce
1 tbs. Lee & Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce
2 tbs. Kikoman Soy Sauce
1/8 cup grade B dark maple syrup
2 boneless chicken breasts
Combine everything but the chicken in a large bag. Whisk together to blend. Wash, then dry the chicken breasts with a paper towel. Place the chicken breasts into the bowl and turn them several times to coat. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and place in the fridge for 2 hours.
Fire up the grill with a solid bed of charcoal, or all burners turned on in the gas grill. When the charcoal is hot, place sticks of maple or mesquite onto the fire, to create smoke, and to protect the chicken from the direct heat of the hot charcoal. Cover and set all vents to the half-open position. Cook for 8 minutes. Turn the chicken pieces over and cover again for 8 minutes. Remove the chicken breasts from the grill and close all vents, or turn off the gas in a gas grill.
Enjoy this chicken with a shredded carrot salad, with raisins, pineapple, and walnuts served ice cold.
This chicken married several strong flavors together into a smoky, slightly sweet, mouthfull of incredible flavor. The chicken was tender and so juicy. The flavor was slightly tangy, slightly hot, and simply delicious. It was like a Latin orchestration in your mouth.
(I was going to say "party in your mouth", but I never understood that phrase. I mean, who would want a bunch of adults with sweaty feet dancing all over their tongue
So, Katie, this recipe is my gift for you.