Smokehouse Maple Chicken

by Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom on June 28, 2010

While foraging yesterday, I found some Smokehouse Maple grill seasoning hanging out amongst the other spices in the spice cabinet. Hmmm….let’s try this with some chicken. And I just so happened to have picked up a few packages of chicken at the store this morning.

This could not have been an easier chicken to make. It went something like this…

Sprinkle.

Grill.

Eat.

Seriously Simple. And it was oh-so-tasty! The chicken had a smokey, sweet, and savory flavor to it…but it wasn’t too sweet nor too smokey. It was perfect!

Ingredients

3 chicken breasts ($2.42) I grilled some extras too!
Smokehouse Maple spices (free) Match coupon with $1 sale price

Salad from the garden
Homemade Dressing ($.25)
Sweet potatoes ($1.29)

Directions

1. Bake the sweet potatoes.

2. Sprinkle the seasonings onto both sides of the chicken.  Then grill (until cooked through).

It really was that simple. And so much flavor for not really doing much other than sprinkling on the seasonings!

2. Meanwhile, prepare salad with greens from the garden.

3. Serve the Smokehouse Maple Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Salad.

Cost $3.96

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Sarah (Frontier Kitchen) June 28, 2010 at 10:50 pm

Mmmm, Smokehouse Maple chicken sounds fantastic! I’m not a huge fan of pre-mixed spices but this might be one to try because I doubt I could find a “smokehouse” spice anywhere in my kitchen. :)

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Tricia June 29, 2010 at 2:16 am

Oh, that looks great! I have a wonderful maple-glazed pork dish I make (made it tonight, in fact!) but it is more work than I like to do on a weeknight. That spice could get me a similar flavor with a lot less work! I’ll have to look for it.

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Amanda June 29, 2010 at 9:28 am

I got the same exact seasoning on sale with a coupon too! We’ve used it a couple of times now with both chicken breast and pork chops, it’s pretty good. :)

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Queen of the House June 29, 2010 at 3:45 pm

Good luck with baby proofing! ;)

Thanks, as always, for your wonderful blog! :)

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A Little Yumminess June 29, 2010 at 5:03 pm

Chicken looks so good…we’ll be back to your blog for sure!!

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