The Frostville Museum and Railroad Brewing Farmer’s Markets were so much fun last weekend. I got to spend time with my family as they helped me on my new adventure! The weather was beautiful and I met so many nice people.
I tried delicious granola from Kopstetters Kitchen Home Crafted Granola at the Frostville Museum Market and had my first taste of micro greens from Erie Shore Seed and Spore at Railroad Brewing Market. Wasabi and pea shoots added a bright fresh flavor to eggs at breakfast and even my Spicy Strawberry Teryiaki Chicken for dinner! I can’t wait to go buy more this weekend! Come out and look around. You won’t be disappointed.
Strawberry Teryiaki Chicken
2-3 pounds boneless/skinless chicken breast
2 cloves minced garlic
1-2 tbsp minced ginger ( to taste)
1 cup fresh strawberries, diced ( optional)
1- 8oz jar Southern Heat Strawberry Jalapeno Jam
2 tbsp reduced sodium soy sauce
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp dried mustard
2 tsp balsamic vinegar
2 tsp sriracha or to taste
1) Season chicken with salt and pepper and set aside.
2) Sauté minced garlic, ginger and diced strawberries (gives a little fresh flavor, but not necessary). Cook over medium heat until they soften
3) Add Southern Heat Strawberry Jalapeno Jam , reduced sodium soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce , dried mustard, balsamic vinegar, and sriracha to the pan and simmer about 7-10 minutes or until desired consistency.
4) Use an immersion blender OR remove from heat and let cool. Blend in a food processor or blender once cooled and it’s ready to use.
If grilling chicken:
Grill chicken and add sauce at the end to avoid burning it.
If baking in the oven or cooking on the stovetop:
Marinate chicken in 1/2 of the sauce for at least 30 minutes. Place chicken on baking sheet and bake at 375 degrees for about 20-25 minutes or until chicken reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees.
If cooking on stove, use a frying pan sprayed with oil or a cast iron pan and cook until chicken reaches an Internal temperature of 165 degrees. Turn chicken halfway through cooking to brown both sides.
Use remainder of sauce as needed after cooking. It was delicious with white rice, snow peas and Erie Shore Seed and Spore wasabi micro greens. I hope you enjoy it!!