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Mustard-Mayonnaise Slather for Grilling

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Mustard-Mayonnaise Slather for Grilling


Mustard Mayonnaise Slather for Grilling


This recipe is from the grilling cookbook 300 Big & Bold Barbecue & Grilling Recipes by Karen Adler and Judith Fertig.  This is a delicious way to prepare salmon or chicken before grilling it.   Kids love it and so will the rest of the family.  This recipe is from the sauce and rubs section of the book.  There are more complicated and much different recipes, this just happens to be one of the best and easiest and tastiest.

Ingredients:

1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup Dijon mustard

Preparation:

1 Cup of slather will yield about 4 pieces of chicken or fish

  • In a bowl whisk together mayonnaise and mustard.

Since this will make a slimy mess, a zip-loc bag is perfect.

  • Spoon the rub into the bag and slather the rub all over the chicken or fish, coating entirely. Be sure to discard any unused rub.

This is a rub not a marinade, so it is not necessary to marinate.

  • Set up the grill for indirect heat, around 300-325 degrees.
  • For chicken, grill about 45 minutes or until juices run clear. Be sure internal temp reaches 160-165F
300 Big and Bold Barbecue and Grilling Recipes is a perfect cookbook for someone newer to barbecuing and smoking and provides detailed information on many how to grill techniques, woods to use for smoking each recipe, the tools you will need, and many more tips and tricks to have you grilling and smoking like the pros in no time.

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300 Big and Bold Barbecue and Grilling Recipes

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How long do you take approximately for it to be done on the grill ? I do this in the oven and now only want to have my whole chicken this way it is so good. Do you do indirect heat on the gas grill ? July 11, 2009 2:27 PM · Proud Italian Cook said… Anon, I do indirect on my gas grill on med heat for about a good 40 mins, but depending on how big your chicken is time varies. It’s always best to take your meat thermometer out there and check for doneness. …

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PROUD ITALIAN COOK: Stuffed Onions with Grilled Chicken Under A Brick

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