Cumin, Lime and Garlic Grilled Chicken

“Grillin’ Bold this Memorial Day? Bush’s has the beans for it. Come join the cookout with Cookin’ Canuck and Hoosier Homemade sponsored by Bush’s Grillin’ Beans

It has been such a pleasure partnering with Bush’s Grillin’ Beans. I developed this oh so simple Mexi-Style Chicken that will have you and your guests thrilled. Wait until you sink your teeth into it. This simple chicken recipe goes perfect with Bush’s Texas Ranchero Grillin’ Beans.

Hope you enjoy!

 

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Cumin, Lime and Garlic Grilled Chicken

2-3 pounds chicken pieces on the bone

1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

1 tablespoon ground cumin

1/4 teaspoon garlic salt

3 tablespoons fresh lime juice

21 ounce can Bush’s Texas Ranchero Grillin’ Beans

1. Place chicken pieces and remaining ingredients into a large zip top bag. Mix around to coat all pieces. Marinate for 30 minutes-overnight.

2. Preheat indoor or outdoor grill to medium heat. Grease grill and place chicken pieces onto grill. Grill both sides until chicken is cooked through. Breasts, about 12 minutes per side. Drumsticks, about 6 minutes per side. Serve with your favorite Bush’s Grillin’ Beans variety.

Makes 4 servings

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**Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post for Bush’s Grillin’ Beans, but recipe and all thoughts are my own.

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16 Responses
  1. Mmmm, cumin, lime, and garlic are an amazing combo. This would be perfect for a nice and easy weeknight dinner. Put it in the fridge in the morning, then just slap it on the barbecue when you’re ready for dinner. Love it!

  2. I love lime and cumin together and this looks amazing. We love the grillin’ beans and Texas Ranchero is one of our favorites. It works well with so many grilled recipes.

  3. Jenny, I adore the flavors in this recipe. And yes, it would go perfectly with the Texas Ranchero Grillin’ Beans. I’m definitely bookmarking this recipe to try this summer.

  4. Julie

    This is so great! I used boneless/skinless breasts (fileted and pounded), marinated for about 5-6 hours and it was fantastic. Moist and well paired with the baked beans you suggested. Thanks for always (ALWAYS) having great recipes that I can count on!

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