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Old 08-03-2014, 08:28 PM   #1
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Default Hickory Grilled Sriracha Ranch Chicken

I took out some chicken for dinner this morning, with no idea of what I was going to do with it. I just knew that my sweetie likes a meal for Sunday dinner so, I had no choice but to come up with something simple but tasty. I decided to throw a quick brine together for the chicken. I'm no brine expert, but I do know I need salt and whatever else I could find to add flavor...



After about 2 hours in the brine, I drained the chicken and got it ready for the grill which was already heated up with some Wicked Good Weekend Warrior...



I put some hickory chunks on the coals, and cooked the chicken directly over the coals, to infuse lots of smokey flavor into it...



The chicken had beautiful color and the smell was fantastic...



Now for the quick and simple trick. I drizzled some hidden valley ranch, and some sriracha hot sauce on top of the chicken, and plated with some of the wild rice I had left over from Saturday. My wife loved it, and I fulfilled my Sunday dinner requirement she has for me...



If this were a "OMG, I need to cook something really fast" throw down, this would be my money shot!

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Old 08-03-2014, 08:31 PM   #2
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Mmmmmm! Sriracha ranch sounds like a great combo on chicken! Looks awesome!!
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Looks great, and siracha/ranch...I'm doing that
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looks fantastic, gonna have to try the siracha/ranch combo
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Looks great Tony. Never tried Sriracha and Ranch. I'll make a Sriracha Mayo and use it for dipping or a spread. Might have to give that a try.
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Looks great Tony. Never tried Sriracha and Ranch. I'll make a Sriracha Mayo and use it for dipping or a spread. Might have to give that a try.
I was just messing around and thought I would give it a try. I had no idea it would work so well on the chicken. It was one of those happy accidents!
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Very nice, love the siracha and ranch have to try that!
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Looks awesome, me and my brother call this combo sirancha. Tastes very good.
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Sriracha makes everything better.
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Looks awesome. I can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.
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Looks great. Sriracha and ranch go together, quite nicely.

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Stellar! Just as inviting visually as it was aromatically, I'm sure.
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Thanks so much for the kind comments brethren.
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