Amazeballs. My boyfriend, who normally only eats chicken because I make it has already begged me to make this again... and that's after 2 bites. I'm lazy and forgetful... so I let this marinate for I'd guess 36 hours before grilling it up tonight. It's perfect, moist, delicious, and incredibly tasty. This might end up in my weekly rotation now that it's almost grilling weather again. Trust me, you HAVE to make this.
Wonderful chicken recipe that I've used for years. Originally grilled at our annual 4th of July party and little ones through adults loved it. Moist, flavorful, seasoned, but "still tastes like chicken." Didn't make it the next year, and everyone was disappointed, so this is now our "traditional" recipe for chicken. <br/>I've marinated for anywhere from half hour to overnight and results are all great. For fajitas, I add cumin and chili flakes or powder to the marinade.
A good, basic marinade for grilling chicken, reminiscent of the American Legion barbecued chicken I had every summer as a kid. We had pretty large leg quarters, and knew it would take longer, lower heat to cook them, so we cut the sugar in half so it wouldn't burn. Also, my husband thought "whole grain" mustard meant ground mustard seeds, but thankfully he he put in only 1 1/2 tablespoons of ground mustard seeds instead of prepared mustard. Very tasty!
Loved this marinade. We used boneless, skinless, thighs. Defiinitely will be making this again. Made for Name that Ingredient.
Great marinade! Flavor is good but no overpowering! I increased the garlic by a hair but other than that followed the recipe! Thx!
Good, not extraordinary. I didn't think the long marinating made much difference. Served with bbq sauce, and used leftover chicken in a salad.
I really liked the flavor of this. The only change I made was exchanging honey for brown sugar. I let it marinade a good three or four hours.
This was good, just found that the flavour was fairly mild even after marinating overnight.
Yummy!!... Instead of a 1/2 cup of brown sugar I put a 1/4 cup of honey (plus one extra spoonful), a whole instead of a half squeezed lemon, and I nearly doubled the garlic and it turned out fantastic! I marinated the chicken breasts for about 7 hours and then broiled them and they turned out great! My boyfriend loved them!