Need a quick and easy recipe for the 4th of July, or any summer night? Try this Grilled Chicken recipe. It's a hit!
6 boneless skinless chicken thighs (you can use 4 breasts but thighs are so much more flavorful!)
1/3 bottle Trader Joe's Spicy Mango Salad Dressing
Your favorite smoky barbecue seasoning-I use "Smoked BBQ" from Old Town Spice and Tea Merchant. I purchase online here.
Marinate chicken thighs 1-3 hours before grilling in the refrigerator.
Sprinkle with seasoning.
Cook on outdoor grill at 500 degrees for 8 minutes each side.
**Tip** Easy cleanup - My friend Leslie, gave me a grill pad on Memorial Day. I use it all the time now. No brushing/scraping the barbecue clean. Fish doesn't stick to the grill and it's great for vege's too--no more falling through the grates. Easy rinse off. Barbecue pad can be found on Amazon. 5 pack - $14.99.
Moist, flavorful and absolutely delish! I make enough to refrigerate and have for lunch during the week!
What's your favorite dish to make for 4th of July?
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