I used our Saladmaster Electric Skillet for this recipe and for the first time, AJ and I were able to make a barbeque dish where the meat was cooked well both inside and outside. We actually bought a Neoflam grill pan last year specifically for grilled and barbeque dishes. But we almost always end up with a half-done grilled dish because the inside part of the meat was always still raw. The last time we cooked barbequed porkchops using the grill pan, we boiled the meat first before putting them in the grill pan, to ensure that they are cooked well – both inside and out.
So you could imagine our excitement when we tried a barbeque dish using Saladmaster. The recipe was shared to me by Ate Jane and I really thank her for that because now we have a ready barbeque dish available for future house guests.
For this recipe, you will only need the following:
- 4 pcs. leg-and-thigh quarter cut chicken
- Barbeque Sauce (the Hunts brand is better, we used only Clara Ole’s)
- 1 can of Sprite
- Rosemary and thyme
- Salt and pepper
Step 1: Marinade chicken with salt and pepper.
Step 2: In an electric skillet, arrange the marinaded chicken.
Step 3: Pour the can of sprite, followed by the barbeque sauce. Season with rosemary/thyme. Make sure the turn the chicken after so that it will be marinaded well.
Step 4: Set the electric skillet to 180 degrees and leave for about 40 minutes.
Step 5: When the 40 minutes is up, flip the chicken and then leave for another 5 minutes.
The finished product. It was very flavorful and smelled great! (thanks to the rosemary that we put so generously). The chicken was very tender and the meat almost falling off the bone!
Perfect! Will definitely have this again =)
Wow, that really looks good. 🙂 For the rosemary and thyme, what was the measurement for each? Also, is there an alternative to Sprite? 🙂 We’re trying to cut down on softdrinks kasi. 🙂
There’s no given measurement on the rosemary and thyme but personally, I love rosemary better so I put them generously (about 4 teaspoons siguro). Hmmm, I could not think of a better alternative to sprite perhaps what you can do is add 1 part water so that you’ll have to use only half of the sprite in can That way, mas lessen yung softdrink na gagamitin. =)
Btw, I saw your wedding blog – very cute and witty! It reminded me of my own wedding preps! Hay nakaka-miss!
Hello I was wondering if I should cover the chicken because I am cooking it now without the cover on.
Thanks, Leah! Will try that once we transfer to our apartment na. 🙂 I’m really tempted to buy the Saladmaster kitchen equipment, I don’t want to use cooking oil talaga. 🙂 I’m gonna convince my fiance na gawin naming investement ito. 🙂
Yes, it really is a good investment – lifetime cookware nyo na ito and you won’t be needing to replace it =) Just let me know when you are ready na ha, I can schedule a cooking session for your so you and your hubby would see first hand how it works =)
Should I cover the skillet when I cook the chicken?
Hi there, yes you should cover the skillet =)
Hi, thank you , I will try this.