, would you believe that I printed that recipe out and didn't get the URL? :eek: However, here is the recipe:El Pollo Loco Marinade
Yield: 6 servingsingredients
6oz pineapple joice
2T lime juice
1T white vinegar
2cl garlic minced
1/2t died oregano, crumbled
1/8t ground black pepper
1/4t chile pepper, mild, minced
8dr yellow food coloring
1T vegetable oil
4lb frying chicken, cut, flattenedInstructions
(Recipe by: Orange County Register.)
In a small bowl combine all ingredients except chicken, measure out 1/4C marinade and reserve for basting while grilling. Place chicken in a shallow glass baking dish and cover with marinade. Cover with lid or plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight, turning at least once.
Remove the chicken from refrigerator 45 minutes before cooking time. Drain chicken and grill over medium coals for 25 to 35 minutes or until no traces of pink color remain, turning every 10 minutes. Baste frequently with the reserved 1/4 cup of marinade while cooking.
It isn't food.com, it is foodtv.com and the link is @=> http://www.foodtv.com/coolJ & Jim
Gotta luv Alton Brown
... got one of his recipes, too (and 2 of his books), but it is for "Broiled, Butterflied Chicken" in the oven. Looks good, might try it sometime. His recipe is found in Recipes at FoodTV.com. cJ
, if you go to the link you can at least keep up with the recipes that he is doing on his show, Good Eats!Doug
, ggod description, and your recipe is highly coincidental to that from the Register and looks really tasty... I'll prolly try that one, too.
Well, pardners, I've got my chicken finally thawed out in the frige and gonna marinate it this afternoon then toss her onto the barby manana.... wish me luck, and I'll letcha know how it turns out. :)