Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Summer is just around the corner and nothing reminds me of summer like some delicious barbecue chicken. Pair this recipe with some grilled veggies or a fresh vegetable salad and maybe a baked potato topped with margarine and low-fat sour cream and you’ve got a low-calorie, heart healthy meal in a jiffy!

Jan's Barbecued Chicken

Chicken Parts, Breast or legs or thighs skinned.
1 cup margarine liquid type
1/4 cup dill cut up fresh or 2 tbsp dill
2 tbsp garlic minced
salt and pepper to taste
cayenne pepper,very little

Start your barbecue and cook the chicken parts as you would normally do. Last ten minutes of cooking add the melted margarine, salt and pepper; cayenne pepper; dill an minced garlic. Brush margarine mixture on chicken every 10 minutes - watch so chicken doesn't burn.
This is a great sauce for the chicken as well as corn on the cob and also baked potatoes. The dill is different and very tasty. The cayenne gives a bite of spice.

Number of Servings: 6

This recipe is courtesy of Jan Toomey, on http://www.margarine.org.

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