We loved this! It was so moist and tender. What a quick and easy recipe. The flavors blend so well together. I let mine marinate for about 45 minutes while I prepared the rest of the meal. Made for "Top Favorites of 2009" tag game. Thanks for posting. :)
Great marinade. I used this to marinade chicken tenders, which I grilled and wrapped in a pita with tzazki, olives, lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes and feta. My husband and kids all loved it.
A decent basic "marinade" (really more of a rub) using ingredients you probably have on hand. The flavors were decent, but not good enough to become my go-to marinade.
Super easy and yummy. What more do you want? I covered about nine or ten chicken tenders with this, grilled them, and then put them in wheat tortillas to make wrap sandwiches for dinner. Gone in a flash! I didn't even need any extra sauces like mayo or mustard like I usually do for wrap sandwiches, the chicken was good enough by itself. Thanks for a goody, Paula.
This is really fantastic! I make it exactly as is and it's truly perfect. We always make extra so I can use on salads (mason jar ones of course) through the week.
Made vegetarian souvlaki...zuchinni, onions, baby tomatoes, and peppers
Excellent....I flattened 2 turkey tenderloins and increased the marinade by about 5 times. Threw it all in a zip-loc and refrigerated for a few hours. I grilled them and served with some brown rice and a salad. It was so good that I'm glad there are leftovers, which we plan on warming up and serving in pitas, can't wait!
This was super easy, even for a novice cook. I doubled the recipe but would probably reduce the salt by half and the garlic by a quarter. I then placed diced chicken in a bag, in the fridge for several hour and cooked over a BBQ on skewers. Mmmm, delish!
This was good. I used less salt. Next time I would add more lemon and less oregano. Served two.
Really liked this marinade. I did add a smidge more olive oil. Cut the chicken and placed it on a Greek Salad--very delicious and oh, so easy! Will do this again.