‘People Go Crazy for Them,’ says Ina Garten of her easy chicken skewers appetizer.

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‘People Go Crazy for Them,’ says Ina Garten of her Easy Chicken Skewers Appetizer.

Ina Garten’s chicken skewers are an easy Barefoot Contessa appetizer that everyone will love.

They’ve been served at cocktail parties by the celebrity chef for a long time.

They even gained notoriety at her Barefoot Contessa shop.

Garten swears by them, and they’re always a hit when they appear on the menu.

Garten’s chicken skewers have one thing going for them: adaptability.

As the Food Network star explained in her first cookbook, The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook, published in 1999, she usually makes them as an appetizer, but they can also be served as a full meal.

Garten began, “This is a famous Barefoot Contessa recipe.”

“I don’t want to have to calculate how many millions of pounds of grilled lemon chicken we’ve produced over the years.”

She went on to say that it was frequently served as an appetizer at the Barefoot Contessa in East Hampton, New York, which she sold in 1996.

That isn’t all, however.

“We also serve whole grilled chicken breasts for a delicious and healthy dinner or mix it with vegetables and a fresh lemon vinaigrette for lunch,” she said.

Summer holidays call for hot dogs, but instead of grilling them, we prefer to cook them over an open fire. Jeffrey and I like ours with potato rolls, Gulden’s mustard, and plenty of relish.

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Now for the cooking instructions for Garten’s chicken skewers.

The famous Barefoot Contessa appetizer isn’t complicated, according to her Food Network step-by-step instructions.

To make the chicken, you’ll only need six ingredients.

With the exception of one, they’re all used in a marinade.

Garten tosses fresh lemon juice with salt, pepper, and fresh thyme in a bowl with some of her favorite “good” olive oil from Olio Santo.

She then pours the mixture over the chicken and chills it for six hours to overnight, covered.

Garten fires up a charcoal grill to cook the chicken.

She cooks the chicken for 10 minutes on each side on the grill.

She slices it diagonally after it has cooled before putting it on the skewers.

Last but not least, the satay sauce.

In a pan with spices, Garten cooks olive oil and sesame oil for about 15 minutes.

She now adds a vinegar mixture to the…

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