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!
Have you ever kicked yourself for something that you've should've tried long ago? A show of hands, please.
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!