Broiled Chicken Skewers in a Balsamic Marinade
Honestly, when I know I need a quick yet crowd-pleasing dinner, one of the first ideas I get is for skewers. Who doesn’t love meat (and/or veggies) on a stick? Cooking doesn’t get much simpler yet so rewarding at the same time. I also like grilled or broiled skewers because the high-heat, low-fat cooking technique is healthy and filling.
My recipe for Broiled Chicken Skewers in a Balsamic Marinade couldn’t be much simpler, yet it’s always a winner and hard to mess up unless you overcook the chicken. A long marinade time will help keep it juicy.
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