They often have vendors selling products at these types of events, and anyone who knows me knows that I could never resist a free sample (my dad likes to talk about when I at at least 10 British pounds, the currency not the weight, of cheese samples at Fortnum & Mason in London). One of the vendors there was TorchBearer Sauces. They had several different types of sauces to try, including BBQ sauces and hot sauces, but when I tried the Honey Garlic Wing Sauce, I knew I had to have some. Tangy from the garlic, with a hint of sweetness from the honey, I figured there was a lot I could do with this. The great taste combined with the lack of high fructose corn syrup seemed like a great combo, and it was made even better when I determined that it was only 1 weight watchers point per tablespoon!
|Crispy Chicken... yum!|
Recipe: Crispy Honey Garlic Chicken
9 weight watchers points per serving
|So maybe french fries are not the healthiest side|
dish. Serve with a green vegetable!
3/4 chicken breaks, pounded so they are slightly thinner, or cut scallopine style
4 tablespoons TorchBearer Honey Garlic Wing Sauce
1/2 cup panko bread crumbs
Marinate the chicken with sauce for at least one hour, but around 3 or 4 would be best.
Preheat the oven to 450. Lay an oven-safe cooling rack on a baking sheet (this allows the air to circulate around the chicken).
Spread the panko on a plate. Remove chicken from marinade, and coat each side lightly in panko, then lay out on the cooking rack. Bake for 8-10 minutes, then flip and bake for 8-10 more (cooking time depends on thickness of your chicken.)
Serve with even more sauce to dip in!
p.s. In case anyone is wondering, I don't have enough people who read my blog for anyone to pay me to write about their products. This is purely done because I enjoy the product.