Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Giveaway Winner (FINALLY!) AND another chance to win stuff!

So, I finally got the order with the prizes so I figured it's time to choose a winner.

According to random.org, the winner is. . . comment 3!

So who is lucky comment 3?

OpenID thesixthseason said...

YaY! See! Peeps are perusing your great blog! And a fun give-away, too. Look at YOU! See you soon, Renae

Well, isn't that appropriate since she just left my house and now I'll have to mail it!!!  Congrats Renae--you deserve it since you comment the most!

If you didn't win this time--no worries!  I'm having a Mother's Day Sale AND a Mystery Host Drawing!  So you have a chance to win more stuff!  

Here's the deal:

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 Entry ticket into the Mystery Host Drawing for a chance to win another $20 of FREE product.
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 The Wicked Good Slow Cooker Sauce for FREE!
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Friday, April 9, 2010

Pineapple Stuffed Jamaican Jerk Chicken

This is a recipe I adapted from an Everyday Food magazine recipe.  The stuffing is virtually the same, I just use the Wildtree Jamaican Jerk Seasoning, because it's sooo much easier and tastes just as good as the homemade one suggested by Everyday Food, but a whole heck of a lot less work!  This is totally company worthy, but easy enough for everyday too.  First, make the pineapple stuffing:

I use canned pineapple because I have a weird sensitivity to fresh, but I'm sure it would be fab with fresh as well.  Mix:
1 whole big can of pineapple (use tidbits or cut up chucks like I did), drained 
 juice of one lime
3 green onions, sliced
then season to taste with a bit of kosher salt, pepper and a bit of sugar.  

Next, prep your chicken.  Um, do my hands look old?  Anyway, just cut into the chicken horizontally with a sharp knife.  I stabilize with my hand firmly on the top of the chicken breast.  

Lift up the top and make sure you have a nice deep pocket.

Stuff with the pineapple mixture.  There is enough stuffing for about 6 large chicken breasts.

Lay on a baking sheet and season generously with the Jamaican Jerk Seasoning.  Bake at 450 until juices run clear or internal temperature is 170 degrees, I think about 25 minutes.  You can also broil them, and they'll get done faster.  I didn't because my broiler doesn't work that great.  

On the side I sauteed some onions just in the Natural Grapeseed Oil and then added in some fresh green beans.  I also made some Cilantro Lime Rice--it's a great accompaniment to anything with the Jamaican Jerk.  

I ended up overcooking the beans a bit, so it's not just bad lighting--they really are lacking in color, but doesn't the chicken look yummy?  Let me know if you try this!!