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Just made this with the wife tonight and it turned out amazing. I am making chicken soup with the leftover....So good. The taste almost reminded me of El Siboney in Key West.
This is yummy. I used chicken breasts, and marinated them overnight. It was very easy.
This recipe ROCKS! I marinated it over night and used lemon juice instead of lime to make the sour OJ. One of the best chicken recipes I've found on the internet, I also used chicken breasts and made it with black beans, plantains and rice!
Just look at the picture of the wings on the square white plate. Enough said!
In our house there is no such thing as too much garlic. Even though there is plenty of garlic in the recipe, I added a little extra. ;0) The family really enjoyed this. Next time I make it I might get one of the disposable roasting pans to cook it in. Clean up is the hardest part of making this dish.
This was so flavorful! I used half orange juice, a quarter lime juice, and a quarter lemon juice. We made it with black beans and rice. The flavor was very unique with a definite tartness that my husband and I loved. He dubbed it "one of the best five chicken dishes of all time" - can't beat that! Thanks for the recipe, Hey Jude!
Very good. I especially liked how easy this was to prepare. I didn't deviate from the recipe at all, for once. I marinated the chicken for about 4 hours. I wish I had gone for overnight, so that the meatier parts of the chicken could absorb more of the flavor.
I don't like to give 5 stars very often, but this was amazing. I made it exactly as described with the OJ & lime, and it came out so darned good. I made it instead of a turkey for thanksgiving (I was on call at work and could not afford to tie up and oven for a long period of time) and served it with fried plantains. I really like the way the garlic chunks were sweet and offered a nice balance to the tartness and saltiness of the marinade. The skin on the chicken crisped up beautifully, and was SO tasty. I might just do this next time with a bunch of bone-in, skin-on, thighs. Thanks, Hey Jude!
Everyone loved this. I made it for shabbat last night along with Jasmine rice and Cuban Green Beans. I used the orange juice, lime juice combo. The rice was perfect for soaking up the sauce. I'll make this again. I think it would be good with cornish hens too.