Delicous and easy, although my crust was a bit over-done and brittle, I timed to exactly 15 minutes. Next time I will bake at 350 degrees. I used "Nellie and Joes Key West Key Lime Juice". Delicious. I find this at my Krogers in the beer/wine department near the mixers, not in the juice isle where you would think it would be. The recipe for Key Lime Pie on the label is almost identical, except uses only 3 egg yolks and bakes at 350, Food for thought.
I ran a trial of this for my Cinco de Mayo party and it was wonderful! The broth is delicious, not a kids dish, it's got some kick to it! I sauted my chicken tenders in Pensky's chicken taco seasoning first, a goovy blend of Mexican spices. It occured to me as I was sauteing the corn tortillas, I bet a couple of handfuls of Fritos would be just as good. I also added some chipotle, and extra low sodium broth. The addition of corn and rinsed black beans would make this a fabulous chicken chili. Great dish, Trey!
Very good recipe. I doctored up the spices a bit, dropped the cabbage, and added more veggies, substituting green beans for the sugar snaps. Thanks, Teresa!
Wonderful summer grilling recipe! The bar-b-que sauce is excellent, would not change a thing, nice and thick and tangy. The addition of horseradish & Old Bay really makes this unique. I'm making this sauce for Fathers Day and putting on Bar-b-que shrimp skewers, it would also be delicious cold for shrimp cocktail.
This shrimp is the ultimate summer appetizer! I double the amount of Old Bay and add a half stick of butter to the mix, this adds flavor and allows the Old Bay to adhere to the shrimp. Find nice large shrimp deveined in the shell. Serve this with the sauce fron the "Chicken the Old Bay Way" recipe from this site, and Club crackers or saltines to soak up the extra broth and sauce. The only thing you need to add to this recipe is an ice cold beer or sangria!
Wonderful recipe! I actually used it on boneless pork tenderloins, and it was delicious! I used molasses instead of honey, the meat had a nice, carmelized quality. I also added a touch of ground ginger, and skipped the salt (I alway do with any recipe calling for soy sauce). This recipe makes alot of marinade, I marinated 4 boneless tenderloins and had about 2/3 cup left over. This would easily marinate 4-6 steaks, especially if you use the zip-lock bag method. I will be using this on my beef tenderloins for my Father's day mixed grill.
These are wonderful! I cut the pockets in half to make a lighter, thinner version, a little tricky as they tend to break, but crunchier. You can skip the oil for a lighter version. My favorite topping is kosher salt and curry powder, great with hummus or eggplant dip! Thanks, Dawn.
I made this for Father's day and received rave reviews! I printed off the recipe and scaled for eight servings. In my rush to get this made and served I only added 1/4 cup brown sugar (should have been 1- 1/4 cups!, I missed the "1" in front, and it was still terrific and had plenty of sauce for eight glasses. So I can safely say you can cut down the sugar if you like! I used pecans instead of walnuts, and served in martini glasses with whipped cream and a cherry. Very impressive presentation and easy!
I used this marinade for shrimp skewers and finished them with the sauce from "Chicken the Old Bay Way" recipe from this site, these were out of this world delicious. A definte keeper for a summer bar-b-que, so easy and yummy!
My Dad loved his father's day grill. We used this marinade with tuna and it was delicious! I forgot to pick up green onions, so I used chives and a sprinkle of onion powder. Yummay! A keeper. This marinade would be excellent on any fish, shrimp, scallops, or pork.
I am eating this as I type...hold on... last bite...YUMMY! I had three crummy bananas and was looking for something good to do with them! I added vanilla, pecans, golden raisins, and used real butter. My husband now thinks I'm a baker! Thanks previous reviewers, and thank you Libby for this easy and delicious recipe.
This was a smash at my bar-b-que birthday party Sunday! I made the following changes: used 1 can butter beans instead of the garbonzos, decreased the molasses to two tablespoons and increased the brown sugar to 2/3 cup, used about two heaping tablespoons of BBQ sauce instead of the ketchup, and did not drain the beans. I just did a quick saute of the pepper bacon. I mixed everything in the crockpot and cooked 6 hours low, last two hours high (lid removed) to thicken this and meld the flavors. Thanks previous reviewers, and thanks Kelly!