Grilled Chicken with Celery and Coconut Gremolata Recipe

Grilled Chicken with celery and Coconut Gremolata

It was a busy long week-end. Saturday I spent the day downtown Ottawa with my son Max. We took a creative photography class with Garry Black. He's a National Geographic photographer. We learned so much from him. We did the course over a period of three weeks, both in class and in the field. Since it was Tulip's Fest in Ottawa we had the chance to take very nice pictures. This course has nothing to do with food photography. It's two completely different techniques. We wanted to do a creative class because we love to travel and we are planning to go to Italy at the end of the summer.

We ate a lot during the week-end and this week I will cook meals that are lighter and healthier. For lunch today we had this delicious Grilled Chicken with Celery and Coconut Gremolata. I love the sweet taste of the sauce with the spiciness of the chicken. I like the idea of serving this chicken with the Gremolata instead of a salad, for a change. My son could not wait for me to finish taking my pictures to indulge in this dish. We both liked it a lot and I will make it again this summer. If you don't have a BBQ you can still make this dish on the stovetop.

If you would come to my house you would see, right away, that I love cookbooks and magazines. I collect them like other people collect all sort of things. One of my fav magazine of all time is Ricardo. I think it's the highest quality magazine in Canada. The pictures are gorgeous and we always find recipes, that we love, in each issues. When I meet with my family in Quebec we plan our meals together and will usually end up with Ricardo's recipes. I like him so much that when I'm cooking you will often find me watching one of his show on my iPad. 


GRILLED CHICKEN WITH CELERY AND COCONUT GREMOLATA

Ingredients

Chicken
2 tsp sambal oelek
2 tsp olive oil
4 boneless chicken breast halves, with or without the skin
2 tbsp sesame seeds
salt and pepper, to taste

Sauce
2 tbsp honey
1 tbsp rice vinegar 

Gremolata
3 tbps finely diced celery
3 tbsp unsweetened shredded coconut, toasted
2 tbsp chopped celery leaf
2 tbsp chopped fresh cilantro

Directions:
Here's the direct link to the recipe.




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  1. i would like to make chocolate avocado pudding!

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  2. I would love to try the Spaghetti and Cabbage Salad
    jan

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  3. I would like to make the pears and cherry crisp

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  4. I would like to make the Coconut Milk and Mango Popsicles.

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  5. i would love to make the Cajun Shrimp Burger

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  6. i would love to try the mint brownies http://www.ricardocuisine.com/recipes/5015-mint-brownies----

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  7. This recipe... I'm drooling :)
    http://www.ricardocuisine.com/recipes/6086-egg-free-and-peanut-free-pad-thai

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  8. Love to try making the "Turkey Cutlets Alla Milanesa".

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  9. I would love to try the Coconut Milk and Mango Popsicles recipe

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  10. I'd like to try Pizza with Beef and Peppers on the barbecue.

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  11. I would make BROWNIES EN POT À OFFRIR and give to my friends Just because

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  12. J'essaierais les Biscuits brownies au chocolat, car ils peuvent être mangés comme ça ou on peut faire des sandwichs à la crème glcé avec :)

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  13. His Turkey Pot Pie would be amazing.

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  14. I'm going to make Ricardo's ROASTED SALMON WITH MUSHROOMS AND ORANGE. His website has delicious & easy recipes. I've admired his work for years.

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  15. I'd love to make the Chicken and Cheese-Stuffed Potato. Three of my favourite things in one dish. http://www.ricardocuisine.com/recipes/5947-chicken-and-cheese-stuffed-potato

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  16. I would LOVE to make the Blueberry Summer Pudding! That just sounds delicious.

    http://www.ricardocuisine.com/recipes/5835-blueberry-summer-pudding

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  17. The turkey pot pie or the beef and brocolli yummy

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  18. I would make Chocolate Marshmellows: http://www.ricardocuisine.com/recipes/5195-chocolate-marshmallows

    And I agree with you, it's one of the better publications in Canada. I was very sad when it was cancelled in English language a few years ago and I am very happy that it's back now

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    1. I am also because of the quality of this mag!

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  19. The Lemon Pie (the ultimate) looks delicious

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  20. Oooh, great giveaway! I want to try the Lemon Chicken Pasta with Parsley - sounds springy :)

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  21. I would like to try the cherry tomato tart recipe

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  22. The Chicken Skewers with Hoisin Sauce look like they'd be tasty.

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  23. Ooh ...this grilled shrimp with cashew nut sounds amazing!

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    1. They have amazing recipes, hard to chose just one!

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  24. Would like to make the Spaghetti and Cabbage Salad

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  25. I would like to try risotto something :) (among a zillion other recipes!) (Andrea Amy)

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  26. would like to try the cherry tomato tart recipe

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  27. I would try cuisse de poulet erable et soya

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  28. I would love to make the Crab Cakes :)

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  29. This looks very fresh and summery..great post!

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  30. Oh my goodness, I would love to try the strawberry mille feuille!

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  31. Sausage and Ricotta Ravioli looks pretty good

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  32. Unknown to me, Ricardo has a lot of Indian recipes! I want to try the onion bhaji and the grilled naan! Spicy summer coming along!

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  33. I would love to try the All-Dressed Pizza Pockets!

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  34. I want to make Sausage and Spinach Spaghetti

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