Grilled Cilantro Chicken Skewers Over Lemon Garlic Linguini

Monday, June 18, 2012

We spent all weekend working together outside in the glorious blazing sun on our back deck. 
So excited to show you our rocking chairs.
I don't know what it is about working around the house, but it always makes us so hungry.
I had chicken marinating all weekend that I put on skewers, along with cherry tomatoes, and put it all on the charcoal grill while I cooked linguine..  the result was magic. 
I hope you get a chance to make this ~ it was so so yummy while being easy to make. 
The marinade was thrown together with what was in our 
pantry at the time {which always seems to be how I stumble upon my favorites!}:
{1/2 - 1 cup soy sauce}
{1/4 cup olive oil}
{3 cloves of garlic}
{good squeeze of honey}
{pinch or two of sea salt}
{cut fresh cilantro}
{one lemon's worth of juice}
Shake it all up in a freezer bag. Cut the chicken into chunks + coat them in the bag.
We ate the first batch of bbq'd chicken after it had only marinated for a few hours and it was good. 
But nothing compared to the flavor after waiting 48 hours!
Put the chicken and cherry tomatoes on skewers directly on the bbq. 
Meanwhile, cook the pasta al dente, with a few good handfuls of sea salt. 
Drain, but do not rinse.
Grate about 2 cups of parmigiano reggiano cheese.  
Toss the linguine with the grated cheese & 2 cloves of garlic,  drizzling
in a good amount of olive oil as you do. 
Top the pasta with the chicken and tomato skewers & 
squeeze a lemon + sprinkle more fresh cilantro over the whole plate of deliciousness.
Hope you love it as much as we did!

19 comments:

  1. Looks delicious! I will definitely have to try this one. We're getting some of the backlash of your typhoon. Stay dry and enjoy the treats and wine :)

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  2. Your recipes always look heatlhy and delicious and the pictures are beautiful! YUM!

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  3. that looks delicious! i agree with letting it marinate for a good 2 days or so....the flavor is always so wonderful when you do!

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  4. You always post the best recipes :) This one looks amazing! Have fun bunkering in - hopefully the typhoon isn't too crazy and you guys enjoy a bit of time doing nothing :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  5. that looks so lovely and light! I must make that marinade since we have all of those ingrediants sitting in our cabinent as we speak! good luck with the typhoon and enjoy the cookie dough!

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  6. I'm always so amazed when people throw together a meal with what they have in the pantry. It sounds delicious!

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  7. oh my, I cannot wait to try this! I have been craving a good bbq recently and this looks like the perfect thing to fulfill my cravings! yay :)

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  8. This sounds like an amazing recipe! Thanks so much for sharing - I think I might attempt this one!

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  9. i literally want to jump into this picture and stuff myself!!!

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  10. Nicole.. I did for you (:

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  11. Ok I've been drooling over the recipes you've been posting lately-- I'm actually going to make this one. Can't wait!

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  12. Just went back to check out your anniversary posts! Y'all are theee cutest couple! This recipe sounds delicious...will have to give it a try! Thanks for sharing, as always!

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  13. I just found my way here from Emmy June's blog. AHHHH all your adventures make me want to quit my job and gallivant around the world.

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  14. This looks so delish! Every time I come back to check your page I want to make it more and more! Perhaps after my wedding (still trying to maintain a 30lb weight loss and add a few more lb's to that number!) with some whole wheat linguine?

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  15. I made this for my family last night and it turned out amazing, I can't wait to try more of your recipes. Love your blog!

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