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Old 09-05-2005, 01:10 AM   #1
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Mojo Marinated Chicken

Going to marinate some chicken breast in Goya Mojo later today and grill on the kettle. Towards the end do you think it would be OK to add some pineapple hab TPJ to them, or just use a sauce? or nekked?
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Old 09-05-2005, 05:44 AM   #2
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Not being a big mojo fan, I'd definately add something at the end.
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Yup, no harm adding stuff.
MMMmmmmmmmmojo. I love that stufff.
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Take a 3/4 cup of mojo and 3 TBS of TPJ.
Combine and over low heat melt the TPJ in the mojo.
When meat is almost done move to a cool zone and slather on the mixture turning a couple of times.

Move back to direct heat for 30 seconds or so per side and baste one more time.

Kinda sticky and messy but ooooh so goood!

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Old 09-12-2005, 01:45 PM   #7
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It was OK, had a good flavor, but it wasn't "slap yo momma" type stuff.

Maybe I don't get it or something, I'll probably do it again, but it's not something I would go nuts in recommending to people, it's OK if you're looking for something else to do with chicken.

Have to try this Roadside Chicken thing next.
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Bruce, try the Mojo with chicken skewers some time. =P~ =P~
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Bruce, again, I'm not a big fan of the mojo stuff. There's a bunch of better ways to do chicken, and the roadside is one of them. In fact, I even injected some butts this weekend with the roadside stuff.

It wasn't slap yo momma good. But on chicken it's gooooood.
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mojo sauce

What is mojo sauce. Can't find a link for the recipe.
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