Contributed by: NAPSA
Fire Up For Grilling Season (NAPSA) - Firing up the grill is a great way to get outside and enjoy the weather with family, friends and, of course, delicious food. And while the classic cookout spread of hamburgers and hot dogs will always be on the menu, this year you may see more nontraditional foods and flavors gracing grills. Grilling expert and host of "Barbecue America" on PBS, Rick Browne, has noticed a trend in home cooks trying new grilling ingredients to create unique dishes and encourages everyone to take the leap.
Partnering with Bush's Baked Beans, Browne created a series of recipes that combine fresh flavors with hearty entrees. The recipes, along with cookout tips, party-planning ideas and ingredient checklists, are featured in the online "What to Grill Guide," available free at www.bushbeans.com/ grillingguide. Here is a sneak peak at one of the new recipes.
Preparation time: 10 minutes - Cooking time: 20 minutes
Mix orange juice concentrate, chipotle pepper sauce and honey until blended and set aside.
Start grill and bring to medium heat (350 F). Place chicken breasts on grill and cook, turning occasionally, until they reach internal temperature of 170 F.
Brush chicken generously with orange glaze sauce and grill for 5 additional minutes. Squeeze orange wedges over chicken and serve with a generous side of Original Baked Beans.
For Orange Honey Glaze: Omit chipotle pepper sauce and increase honey to 2 tablespoons.
For Orange Honey Mustard Glaze: Omit chipotle pepper sauce and add 2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard.
Serving Size: Makes 6 Servings
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