The creation of “barbecue” is owed to a need to turn lower quality cuts of meat into flavorful, mouthwatering meals. And just like the eternal debate over which regional style is tastiest, people can’t seem to decide on where the word “barbecue” originated. The most commonly accepted answer says it comes from the West Indian word “barbacoa,” which translates to “slow cooking over hot coals.”
No matter how you think the word came to be, you’ll be sure to love this quick and easy dinner solution – no coals necessary!
Serving size 1 breast
|Nutritional Analysis||Per Serving|
|Total Fat||3 g|
|Dietary Fiber||0 g|
This recipe was courtesy of Bariatric Eating.