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As promised, at the moment I’m sharing the grilled recipe the place I used Stonyfield Natural Yogurt because the marinade! Extra about Stonyfield and what I discovered on my farm go to in yesterday’s new put up.

Studying to Grill

Earlier than I get into the main points of the marinade although, I need to share that I’ve determined I wish to get good at utilizing the grill this summer season! It’s a kind of issues I’ve all the time simply requested my husband to do (and he by no means minds!), however just lately I needed to grill some hen when he was out of city, and that’s after I discovered that I’m not the very best at it. LOL

To begin with, I needed to name him to ask find out how to flip it on. Secondly, I knew to preheat the grill however didn’t get the temp fairly proper as soon as it was time to place the meals on. Lastly, I didn’t understand our grill isn’t the identical throughout the board—there are apparently totally different, extra optimum, plates within the middle.

For some motive, I do discover it empowering to determine find out how to do issues alone that my husband normally handles. Though, after the grilling expertise, coupled with a child snake expertise (eek!), and the just about dropping some metallic folding chairs (that have been saved up excessive) on the automotive expertise all within the one weekend, I used to be greater than prepared for him to get residence from his “boys weekend” tenting journey and take again the reins on this stuff. So, let’s simply say I wish to deal with duties like this and really feel empowered…typically! Haha.

Regardless of my challenges, I did handle to give you a tasty yogurt marinade that’s superior on the grill. Yogurt actually does do a implausible job tenderizing the hen for you! Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken on 100 Days of Real Food

I will even point out that this was one other one which was nice leftover in a packed lunch. Summer season picnics right here we come! 🙂

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken with couscous salad in lunch box

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Hen

A fast and straightforward grilled hen made with a yogurt marinade, excellent when ready in a whole-wheat pita.

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Elements

For Serving

  • whole-wheat pitas
  • lettuce
  • hummus

Directions

  1. Combine collectively the entire marinade substances, from the yogurt right down to the pink pepper.

    Stonyfield Yogurt on 100 Days of Real Food
  2. Submerge the hen and marinate for no less than a pair hours or so long as in a single day.

  3. Preheat out of doors grill to medium-high. Spray the grates with oil (to forestall sticking) and grill the hen for about 7 to 10 minutes on either side, till performed during (now not pink within the center—165 levels F when inserted with a thermometer). 

  4. Slice and serve with heat whole-wheat pitas, lettuce, and hummus. I wish to put a bit of butter in a pan on the range (or on the griddle) to assist heat up the pitas.


Recipe Notes

We suggest natural substances when possible.

Might be made gluten-free with the usage of gluten-free pitas or assembled as a lettuce wrap.

Vitamin Details

Vitamin Details

Yogurt Marinated Grilled Hen

Quantity Per Serving

Energy 185
Energy from Fats 72

% Each day Worth*

Complete Fats 8g
12%

Saturated Fats 2g
10%

Ldl cholesterol 95mg
32%

Sodium 316mg
13%

Potassium 389mg
11%

Complete Carbohydrates 4g
1%

Sugars 2g

Protein 23g
46%

Vitamin A
6.8%

Vitamin C
12.4%

Calcium
7%

Iron
7.5%

* P.c Each day Values are primarily based on a 2000 calorie diet.

 

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About Lisa Leake

Lisa is a spouse, mom, foodie, blogger, and New York Occasions Finest-selling writer who’s on a mission to chop out processed meals.

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