Sticky smokey skewers are great for a quick weeknight BBQ. Breast fillets cook extra fast but be careful not to cook too long or they will dry out. This recipe uses Australian cup measurments
This way of making skewers is better than cutting into cubes. You get a fuller skewer that doesn't fall apart
When a recipe asks for light soy it doesn't mean it is low fat!
There are a number of kinds of soy sauce in fact the list is immensely long as each country has their preferred style of soy sauce, so to simplify I am using a Chinese light soy. It is usually the most common in western supermarkets. Dark Chinese soy sauce is thicker, darker, less salty and a whole lot richer than light and often has added sugar, like molasses. Light soy sauce is more common in Chinese cooking, it is thinner and used in many dipping sauces and as a seasoning. A Japanese light soy can also be substituted here- Kikoman brand being the most common.
You can clean and lightly grease the grill bars of the BBQ by rubbing them with paper that has been lightly oiled.