Simmer seasoned chicken breast pieces, veggies, and rice together in a tomato and wine-based sauce for a flavorful and low-fat
one-dish meal. Top the finished dish with chopped olives for a Spanish flair.
Two oils are used in the preparation of this recipe: dark sesame oil and canola oil. Dark sesame oil is aromatic and tastes
nutty so only a small amount is needed (helping to keep the total fat low). However, it has a low smoke point, so use it only
as a flavor enhancer, and sauté the chicken and veggies in canola oil.
Souvlaki is a Greek specialty usually made with chunks of lamb that are marinated in a mixture of olive oil, lemon juice and
oregano and then grilled on skewers. This lower-fat version is made with chunks of chicken and a decreased amount of oil.
Using less oil lets the bright flavors of the lemon juice and oregano really shine.
Spice up your grilled chicken with a rub of paprika, lemon pepper, black pepper, and garlic powder, then serve with a sweet
and tangy barbecue sauce made with on-hand pantry ingredients. Cutting up a whole chicken is a money saver, but you can also
buy a package of chicken pieces.