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Chicken skewers from Jamie's 30 Minute Meals: A Revolutionary Approach to Cooking Good Food Fast (page 112) by Jamie Oliver

  • chicken breasts
  • honey

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  • shewolffe on April 04, 2017

    I'll be honest, I don't ever expect to do these full meals in the 30 minutes, and that's fine with me. I had lots of time to make this, so adapted it slightly. The satay sauce was delicious - I cut the chicken into chunks and coated it all in the sauce and left it to marinade for an hour or so, before cooking it in the oven. The noodles were really tasty. I hadn't used that technique before, of zizzing flavours up in the mini processor and then mixing it all in with the cooked noodles. I'll be using it again - much easier than chopping and stir frying.

  • Elnara on March 25, 2014

    Good recipe, but not great. The technique of getting the chicken on the skewers I ignored and just placed them on normally. This takes longer, but I had the time. Did use the oven grill and this worked fine, but it's not great having the oven door open and in the way whilst cooking. Must be a better way and I think next time I use my hob grill. Sauce went really well with it!

  • sarahcooks on September 05, 2012

    I grilled these instead of broiled them. The satay sauce was really good, but I felt the meat would have benefited from a longer soak in the sauce. Not the point of 30 minute meals I know, but still. I made the whole meal and it took me an hour with my husband doing the grilling. I have made his meals in closer to the 30 minute mark, but doing this one in that amount of time is laughable. Not to say it's not a great meal, but keep in mind it's not the quickest in the book.

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