So as my main man Chris and his girl Victoria came up on some lobster tails and shrimp, they decided to have a little feast at their crib. The two of them and Rich were going to do the cooking and I was invited.

Now the average guy would grab a bottle of wine or maybe even some liquor. If he’s an angel he’d think of a dessert. But of course I decided to do an appetizer.

As seafood, particularly lobster, goes fast, I figured as there were five us (including Rich’s girl and my boy Byron) might want to make something to fill our bellies a bit before the main course. And with so much seafood coming out later, I figured a different kind of protein might be in order. As sesame oil was a staple in my father’s cooking, I had a pit of an idea: Sesame Chicken on Skewers

Ingredients:

3 llbs of boneless chicken breast (to serve five)
Sesame oil
Maple Syrup
Bread crumbs
Paprika
Salt
Black Pepper
Wooden Skewers

Directions:

1) Mix one cup of sesame oil with one cups of maple syrup. Stir quickly with a whisked and pour into a large bowl.

2) Slice the chicken into small chunks and bathe the chunks in the oil and syrup mixture.

3) In a plastic bag mixx the bread crumbs and seasonings and add the chicken pieces at a quarter of a pound at a time. Shake the bag until the chick is covered in the bread crumbs and seasonings.

4) Please several chunks of chicken on each skewer and place the skewers in a flat pan and bake at 400 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes.

The whole batch was gone within ten minutes. The recipe is all that remains.