jerk chicken

He Tian x Mo Guanshan Tianshan week Day 7

He Tian x Mo Guanshan  - A jerk which I came to like more and more

(Mo Guanshan’s POV, a summary from almost all events with them and how Momo felt)


Mo Guanshan recalls which thoughts he had during the shit He Tian put him through while laying on his bed, confused. He tries to understand why it turned out like this and why named devil saved him from being framed. And finally, he realizes it.

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He hits me.

Every day, wherever I am, wherever we are.

I won’t forget the day I met him as long as I live, the memory of his sinister, coal black eyes imprinted into my soul like a brand on a slave.

I threatened him to fight, oh if I already knew back there what he would do to me.

His hair so dark that no one could be sure if it was actually brown or black, the smooth strands falling over his eyes, overshadowing them just enough to make them more dangerous than they were from the start. A body which makes me cringe with disgust, I hate how tall he is, taller than me, trained shoulders and long, strong arms like it wouldn’t cause him any trouble lifting me up. I hope I will never find out if he could do that. Although I already know the answer.

How can someone be this handsome, it is absurd.

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Sunday afternoon meal prep! Putting together breakfast, lunch, and snacks for work. I’m working with 1500 calories and at least 100g of protein. I also like dinner as my largest meal.

Breakfast: 2oz chicken, half a slice of gouda, on a hawaiian roll. I don’t like breakfast foods and I’m on meds that can cause stomach issues and this is the best combination to stop them (About 200 calories)

Lunch: 3 to 4 oz of homemade jerk chicken (measured raw), 150g of boiled and seasoned carrots. This week, they are boiled in a thai ginger broth (260ish cal)

Snacks: single serve piece of good chocolate, and a quest bar. I’m also trying out siggi’s yogurt, and some sort of jerky bar. Snack calories will vary.

Jerk Recipe

@nico-incognito, (and anyone else who wants to use it) as promised, here’s the recipe i’ve been using for the past 10 years. 

I’m aware that i have followers all around the world, so i’ll convert them to metric (cause this is america, and our measuring system is……special lol) so you dont have to. I might be off in converting, so please tell me if i am.

American( Metric)

Here’s the default recipe

Dry

2 Tbsp (30g) Garlic Powder

1 Tbsp (15g) White or Brown Sugar

1 Tbsp (15g) Gr. Allspice

1 Tbsp (15g) Tyme

1 tsp (5g) Cayenne Pepper

1 tsp (5g) Gr. Black Pepper

1 tsp (5g) Salt

½ tsp / 2.5 g Nutmeg

½ tsp / 2.5 g Cinnamon

//Throw All of these in a bowl together//

Wet

¼ Cup (60mL) Olive Oil

¼ Cup (60mL) Soy Sauce (i use low sodium)

¾ Cup (180mL) White Vinegar

½ Cup (120mL) Orange Juice

Juice of 1 lime

// Whisk these slowly into the dry mix//

Veggies

1 cup (240mL) White Onion

3 Green Onions

// Throw these in there too//

BAM. You’re finished.

Notes

  • you don’t have to be exact. at all. I was the first time, and that’s about it.
  • you can sub garlic cloves for the powder, just mix that in later (more potent)
  • if you want to inject the marinade, sub onion powder for the onion and green onion.
  • give whatever you’re soaking these in at least a day or so to marinate
  • here are my variants that i make:
    • Default- the straight up recipe
    • Mellowed- Sear or brown the onions and garlic prior to adding them. the taste should be a bit more relaxed.
    • Heat- Add more cayenne -or- add crushed red pepper flakes.
    • Citrus- add more lime juice and orange juice
    • Me- Do the stuff for the Heat var. AND the Citrus var. The citrus will catch you first, but that heat is close behind. I do this almost exclusively when i know i’m the only one eating it.

Let me know how it goes!