i came across a description of a recipe calling for a marinade and using sesame seeds (aka benne) so i came up with my own asian type marniade. was really great! you could leave off the sesame seeds during the baking process if desired. this would be good on the grill too i imagine. i served this with my cajun red rice- in which i threw in some fresh cilantro before serving. it made a nice pairing. tip*** you can leave out the marinade from the pan or place it in with chicken during baking we thought the sauce generated from cooking process enhanced the chicken, but its not necessary to leave it in there.
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