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Old 06-25-2022, 07:47 PM   #1
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Dragn's Nippy Chicken

Just a throw together - nothing really measured I had 2 Thighs and 3 Drumsticks defrosted.

Into a bowl with the meat
1 tsp Shichimi Togarashi - a 7 spice blend, Japanese
1 tsp Za'atar
Lemon juice, big squirt
Agave, big blob

I used gloves to toss and rub the meat. Covered and refrigerated - as long as yu can. Mine was supposed to be a couple of hours but ended up being overnight to the next day.

Heated both sides of grill to about 325 and while still on high (gave the meat a quick toss with a small squirt of oil) placed the meat on one side of the grill.
After about 5 minutes turned the heat down to medium low under the meat (leave other side at high).
Turned meat after another 5 minutes.
Grill another 5 or more minutes til your temp is at least 165.

Enjoy!
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Old 06-25-2022, 08:53 PM   #2
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Sounds interesting. But, when I clicked the attachment, another page opened and said, "Invalid Attachment specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator"
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Don't know what to say, when I clic on it - it opens.

I did add it after as an edit from my phone as that was where my picture was.
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Still not showing for me. We'll have to wait and see if other people can see it.
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Still not showing for me. We'll have to wait and see if other people can see it.
I got the same message and can't see it either.
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Really weird, still opens for me. But it's the same picture from 6/25 dinner.

dinner

Does this work?
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But if not, took the long way around - this should do it.

LOL... and it's sideways, of course. Just one of those days.
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Really weird, still opens for me. But it's the same picture from 6/25 dinner.

dinner

Does this work?
Nope
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But if not, took the long way around - this should do it.

LOL... and it's sideways, of course. Just one of those days.
The sideways one works.
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ahhh, hope this is an omen to the day getting better.
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Really weird, still opens for me. But it's the same picture from 6/25 dinner.

dinner

Does this work?

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Dragn's Nippy Chicken Just a throw together - nothing really measured :rolleyes: I had 2 Thighs and 3 Drumsticks defrosted. Into a bowl with the meat 1 tsp Shichimi Togarashi - a 7 spice blend, Japanese 1 tsp Za'atar Lemon juice, big squirt Agave, big blob I used gloves to toss and rub the meat. Covered and refrigerated - as long as yu can. Mine was supposed to be a couple of hours but ended up being overnight to the next day. :rolleyes: Heated both sides of grill to about 325 and while still on high (gave the meat a quick toss with a small squirt of oil) placed the meat on one side of the grill. After about 5 minutes turned the heat down to medium low under the meat (leave other side at high). Turned meat after another 5 minutes. Grill another 5 or more minutes til your temp is at least 165. Enjoy! [ATTACH]52351[/ATTACH] 3 stars 1 reviews
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