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This was quick, easy, and pretty tasty. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts (because that is generally the only chicken I care for). The marinade penetrated very nicely . Even though I did not barbecue my chicken, I still got a good deal of flavor. Thanks for sharing! Made for Spring PAC 2011.

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JackieOhNo! March 25, 2011

Good but I'm not sure one flavor truly enhanced the other. I like BBQ chicken and I like chicken in Italian dressing-didn't taste the point in using both.

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sugarpea January 02, 2010

This is different and interesting but not my favorite combination of flavors. Made last night with a balsamic bbq sauce which may be the problem.

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invictus April 11, 2009

This is some good chicken. The recipe intrigued me because I would have never in a million years thought of combining the BBQ sauce and Italian dressing together. I had Cattlmans BBQ sauce and Wishbone Italian dressing. Both of these worked nicely with my added teaspoon of crushed garlic (what can I say?) as a brilliant marinade. I used chicken tenders. I popped all into a ziploc bag at 6am and came home and started the grill at 6pm. Made some pilaf and a veg and it was a great weeknight meal I intend to repeat soon. The chicken was tasty and quite juicy. A thumbs up was given by all, as their mouths were too full of chicken to say 5 stars please!

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Michelle S. September 18, 2008
Chaunanay's Grilled Chicken