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Unfortunately the weather in our area didn't cooperate with me today, so I ended up cooking this in my grill pan on the stove-top and these turned out excellent. I used boneless, skinless chicken thighs that were marinated for 8 hours in the refrigerator. After the chicken was cooked through, I sliced up 2 more lemons and placed them under the broiler for 5 minutes. It was so good that it will be in regular rotation in our house during the summer. Thanks so much Catherine! Made for Spring 2013 PAC!
I'll start by saying that I ate 3 big (from Costco) thighs and had to force myself not to have a fourth! I made the marinade after dinner last night and tucked the chicken into the fridge so it got the full 24 hrs. The flavor is delicious and compelling, it's a sultry siren that keeps beckoning you back for another bite and then another. I used Meyer lemon because I had them but I'm sure that regular lemons would be just as good. The BBQ was my choice cooking but it started raining and I ended putting them under the broiler. They still came out tender, very moist and amazingly delicious. We ordered a side of beef today but I think I'll give my portions to DH and just keep making this recipe!
This is a quick, easy way to cook chicken that is absolutely amazing. I followed the recipe exactly, and cooked this on my indoor grill, rotating every 5 minutes. The chicken was so flavorful and moist- there were no leftovers!
Very tender chicken. DH & DS raved about how moist the chicken was. Excellent flavor too. Served with slaw and biscuits. Made & reviewed for PAC, Fall 2008 and will make again.
The flavours in this dish were supurb! I only had time to marinate for about 2 1/2 hours but that was ample time for the chicken to absorb the flavours. I cooked mine on an indoor cast grill with great results. Crusty grill marks on the outside and moist and tender inside. Yummo!! Thanks for sharing!