I was made a lemon-infused tilapia that tasted so lemony, my wife could not eat it. What can I say, I love lemons.
My grandparents all came from a section of Italy that runs from Naples south to Salerno. It’s a region where they grow lemons as big as your head — and they make limoncello, an alcoholic beverage that has become the region’s major export.
With a few changes, this can be a heart-healthy recipe as well:
The recipes uses chicken thighs. Those are the fattest part of a chicken. They taste good plain, so it’s no great cooking challenge to make them taste good. Substitute chicken breasts.
The instructions talk about skin, that’s also a fat-carrier. I normally cook all chicken skinless.
The recipe also says use Minute Maid lemonade. That’s high sugar, I only buy MinuteMaid’s reduced-sugar varieties. Availability seems to vary by market, so check where you normally shop. Continue reading “If you love lemons, this recipe, with changes, is for you — grilled lemonade chicken”