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This is AWESOME!!! Great marinade that goes perfect with EVERYTHING! I always make extra and reserve it to use in salads for lunches during the week. I marinate the chicken overnight and just throw it all on the grill while I whip up a salad, couscous, or pasta dish to go on the side. Thanks for a great recipe!
Everyone in my family loved this chicken. I didn't have one of the herbs so I added a little dry rosemary and shallot powder. I marinated it for over a day. I grilled half and cooked the other half stovetop. They both came out really good, which is a great option to have. I think what I want to do next is prepare it, marinate it, and then freeze it and use it as needed. Also, I used chicken fillet breasts from Trader Joe's, so it was really easy to cut and really clean. Thanks for posting a great recipe.
Made as written and marinated the chicken overnight and grilled the next day. We can't identify any specific reason but this just didn't really do it for us. While it had a "fresh" taste from the herbs there just wasn't much else going on and didn't meet our expectations. Thanks for sharing though!
I marinated for 5.5 hours and it was tasty. Some said the lemon was overpowering, but I didn't think so. Didn't cube meat and used boneless chicken breasts on inside grill. Will try on tilapia or other light white fish, then pork, as suggested by others. Thanks for sharing.
Wonderful, light chicken marinade. It was simple and didn't drown out the chicken. I used my fresh herbs and marinated about `18 hours. DH grilled and I served with rice pilaf and brussel sprouts. Than you for a delicious meal.
Absolutely FANTASTIC! I cut the chicken in large chunks, marinated for about 30 hours and grilled outside on skewers. Served over Basmati rice with grilled tomatoes, naan, mint, etc. This will be on our summer rotation for sure. Thank you!!! YUM!
I prepared the marinade Sunday morning, cut the chicken into bite-sized (or two-bites sized) pieces, and let it sit until Monday night's dinnertime. I used my Cuisinart Grill (like the Foreman's Grill), and did this outside because it makes the house very smoky! I did not drain the chicken. I actually dipped each piece of chicken in the marinade, slathering it, just before placing it on the grill. Because the chicken was cut into these smaller chunks (plus the lemon helps to cook the chicken a bit), it only took a total of 3 minutes to cook inside the grill. The chicken was very tasty. Out of three new recipes I tried that week, my husband picked this one as his favorite.
This is great! I've made it with chicken several times now- both out on the grill and inside- and it never disappoints. Very flavorful!