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Jill Davie teaches you how to make excellent buffalo chicken on skewers.
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You know I love Buffalo wings, but I'm not a big fan of serving them to guest. They're so messy and then having to contain with all the bones. I come up with a healthy alternative which I call my Buffalo Chicken Skewers. Now what is it that makes Buffalo wings so amazing? I think it's the hot sauce. So when I'm mixing here is a mixture of Worcestershire, Louisiana hot sauce and distilled vinegar. To this, I'm going to add some cayenne pepper, because I really like them spicy. I'm going to add a pinch of salt, just mix that in, and some granulated garlic and mix these all up. And whenever I order Buffalo wings, I always ask for extra sauce, so I'm going to serve them directly in my hot sauce. So instead of chicken wings, I make chicken skewers and what I do is I take boneless skinless chicken breast and I cut them into strips. And then I put them on to bamboo skewers that have been soaking at least one hour in water, because what I'm going to do is grill this up. I certainly don’t want them to catch fire. So let's move on over to the grilled pan. Alright, so my grill pan is hot and I'm going to give these a nice coating of canola oil. Let's spray it on, so they don’t stick. I'm going to place them directly unto my grill pan. And you can see why we soak these skewers in water, alright. The last thing we want to do is start a fire. We’re going to take about 3-4 minutes on each side. I'm going to turn these over. And the one thing I love about grilling is that it part such a beautiful flavor on the food, so I'm not skipping out any flavor here, absolutely not. Whenever I'm cooking chicken, I always want to make sure is cooked well done. Alright, I'm going to take this off and put them directly into my sauce. So I'm going to turn of my grill and move them over here. Alright, now I'm going to make sure that these are really well drenched in the hot sauce, because that’s the best part. Now, that these are really nicely coated in my hot sauce, I can serve them up. When I serve up my buffalo chicken skewers, I'm going to serve them with a beautiful array of crudités, not just carrots and celery, like they generally come. Now, I’ll server it up with my blue cheese and nonfat yogurt dressing. It's got all the great flavor without the mess or the excess. These are prefect for the big game.