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Welcome to my Sustainable addiction! I am a DIY addict, Wife, Mother and Grandmother.  I enjoy sharing my all natural recipes, cooking, cleaning, personal hygiene items, gardening and all things sustainable including my farming.  
We are a family owned, woman run small farm located near the Edisto River in Dorchester County SC.
Our farming operation consists of poultry, quail, eggs, dairy and meat goats. You can buy from us with confidence as we hold a permit from SC to sell Poultry and are also licensed as a Wholesale Egg Distributor.
 
Through our farming practices we provide for our community a variety of Poultry breeds, Heavy dual purpose birds, exotic and ornamental chickens as well as Cortunix Quail that are heat tolerant for our hot SC Summers. 

Whether you are looking for Farm Fresh Eggs, Fertile eggs for hatching (Chicken and Quail), hatchlings, grown birds or Dairy and Meat Goats (seasonal births) we have a large selection of beautiful animals.  
 
We also have Dairy Goats and kids. Current 2017 births so far are 5 kids Nubian / Alpine Saneen cross and 2 Nubian / Toggenburg Cross.
  

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Soy & Garlic Chicken Breasts

Soy & Garlic Chicken is a quick to assemble dinner that wakes up your tastebuds. You can use any cut of chicken you have on hand, I used skinless / boneless Chicken breasts since this is what I already had in the freezer. The great thing about the breast meat is that it will not only cut down on your prep time, but also allows you to quickly convert the leftovers to a "salad" for another quick dinner variation!




This only took me about 10 minutes to prep ~ a great time saver during the week when your time is limited. Add a little cooked rice and some sauteed veggies and you are set!


Ingredients:

6 Chicken Breasts
1/2 Cup Soy Sauce
3 Tbsp Brown Sugar
1/4 Cup Honey
3 Tbsp Lemon Juice
3 Tbsp grated garlic
5-6 whole cloves

Mix all ingredients except chicken, together in a bowl and stir. 



Cut the chicken breasts into 3-4 strips each, long ways OR if you want to cook on the grill leave them whole. Lay the strips in a 10 * 13 baking dish and then pour over the marinade



** If you are cooking on the grill, allow the chicken to marinate in the fridge for about an hour, then you can remove the glaze and cook on medium heat for about 10 minutes and use as a glaze to coat when the meat is pulled off the grill.


Preheat your oven to 325
Bake for 30 - 45 minutes until the strips are done and the glaze is about 1/2 cooked down.


Serve with Rice and a side of Veggies. Mandarin oranges go great with this!

Do you want a quick meal or lunch for tomorrow? Take a few of the strips, Make a romaine lettuce salad with your favorite toppings and dice up the strips and serve with fresh parmesean cheese. 

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