"The Best Dressed" Chili Orange is our newest addition and is also cholesterol free. Its "kicking it up a notch" with a delicious combination of sweet orange and spicy chili peppers and is just as versatile as our other dressings/marinades.
INGREDIENTS: A special blend of Canola oil, orange syrup (sugar, water, natural and articial flavours, citric acid, artificial colour[contains tartrazine], karaya gum, potassium sorbate), red wine vinegar (naturally-occuring sulphites) fresh garlic, crushed chili peppers, mustard, salt, spices and seasonings.
CHILI ORANGE CHICKEN (pictured above)
Using skinless boneless chicken thighs (breasts are okay, but the dark meat and smaller pieces of chicken work best for this), wash each piece and pat dry. Place in flat pan and pour "The Best Dressed" Chili Orange dressing to cover. Allow to stand 4-5 hours refrigerated. Prepare grill and allow excess dressing to drip from chicken piece before placing on grill to avoid flare-up. Grill on high heat until well done....approx. 20 minutes, depending on your BBQ.
This chicken can also be made in a 350*F. oven, but be sure to place chicken on a rack in the pan.
"The Best Dressed" Chili Orange may also be used in the same manner for meat or fish, adjusting the marinating time for fish to only 1 hour. NEVER re-use marinades or dressings for another purpose after marinating.
ORIENTAL CHICKEN SALAD
Cooked chicken cut in strips 1 tin Mandarin oranges drained red onion sliced thin mixed greens sliced toasted almonds salad noodles (skinny chow mein noodles) "The Best Dressed" Chili Orange Dressing
Combine all ingredients in desired quantities and pour "The Best Dressed" Chili Orange to preferred taste. Toss well and serve.
CHILI ORANGE GLAZED SALMON
1/2 of whole salmon filleted 1 jar "The Best Dressed" Chili Orange Dressing Club House La Grille Salmon Seasoning
Preheat oven to 375
Place salmon in a 9 x 13 glass baking dish. Pour "TBD" Chili Orange Dressing over the salmon, making sure that there is also dressing under the entire fish to prevent sticking. Sprinkle top of salmon with a generous amount of Club House La Grille Salmon Seasoning. Cover with foil. Bake until salmon is cooked through - about 40-50 minutes. Remove foil and broil the top of the salmon until lightly browned.