It's a fiesta in your mouth!
Or, you know. Dinner.
My thanks to Google and MyRecipes.com for helping me find this dish.
To start with, create the marinade.
1/4 cup lime juice, 1/2 cup chopped cilantro, 6 cloves of garlic (yowza!), 1 TBSP honey, 1 TBSP evoo, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/4 tsp pepper.
And as I had a leftover jalapeño, I threw that in for good measure as well.
Place your chicken (I had 5 boneless chicken thighs, the recipe suggests 4 chicken breasts) in the marinade and allow to soak for about an hour.
This recipe said anywhere from 30 minutes to overnight, but I find anything that sits in citrus too long starts to cook like a ceviche and break down, so I just went with an hour or so.
Prep your pan with a bit of olive oil on medium-high heat and drop in your chicken.
(Tho if you have access to a grill, that will give this dish a much richer flavor.)
Make sure you discard the marinade as you do not want to eat anything that has had raw chicken soaking in it.
This is a nice change-up from the usual things I make, with a decent tang and a bit of zip from the jalapeño I added.
Give it a whirl!