I used whole chicken breasts and marinated only a few hours. I also simmered the marinade on the stove for about 15 minutes and served it as a sauce with the chicken. The sauce was also great drizzled over boiled red potatoes. I liked the shallot, lemon combination. Thanks for the recipe.
I trippled this recipe for my husband birthday party and it was an absolute hit with everyone!! I used green onions instead of shallots. Fabulouso! Thanks for sharing!
This is the BEST ever! My family loved it. A real keeper.
This recipe did not do anything for us, unfortunately. It is more like a rub, not a marinade. Thanks anyway!
This is yummy grilling goodness at its best. I am adding this to my low carb arsenal. We used chicken, but can't wait to try it with lamb as well. And, as stated...yes, it is awesome cold on salads!
I only had 1 hour to marinate skinless boneless thighs. I mixed up the marinate leaving out the oil thinking the raw lemon juice would permeate better. Also left it on the counter at room temperature. Right at the very end I added half the oil, stirred it up and grilled it. It came out great with lots of flavor, moist and delicious.
I made this after reading all the stellar reviews. I was a bit disappointed. I followed the recipe to the letter and it came out bland IMO.
I can't say anything too new compared to other reviewers. Biggest compliment came from my wife who does not care for lemon/lime tartness and she loved it. The lemon (after 20 hrs marinade) was surprisingly mild.
This is the best grilled chicken! Chicken was moist and juicy all the way through! I didn't have Marjoram so I used Italian seasoning since Marjoram was the main ingredient and cut back a little on the thyme since the Italian seasoning also had thyme in it -taste was wonderful. I also used a vacuum marinator and marinated it in 6 hours!
Superb! While you really need 24 hours to get the full flavor, I was still delighted with the results after only 2 hours marinating cubed chicken breasts for brochettes. My top BBQ marinade now!