Total Time
1hr 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 hr

Greek-inspired, over-abundance of fresh herbs-inspired, and just good. The mint does not overpower the chicken as I thought it might. The marinade is also good brushed on zucchini or red peppers to grill with the chicken.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Puree everything except the chicken in a blender.
  2. Slash across breasts several times halfway.
  3. through to the bone.
  4. Marinate chicken breasts for at least an hour, preferably more.
  5. Grill chicken, basting with extra marinade til done.
  6. I serve this with tzatziki sauce, hummus, and pita bread. Give an extra squeeze of lemon over the chicken before you serve it.


Most Helpful

A nice mix of herbs, without any one overpowering the others. Rather than risk burning the herb bits with grilling, I baked the chicken. The lemon juice in the marinade had partially _cooked_ it and reduced the bake time needed – about 20 minutes for boneless, skinless breasts. The chicken was moist and tender with just a hint of mint flavor coming through. I served it with Recipe #259580 to complement. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

SusieQusie January 31, 2008

WOW! My boys loved this. I used boneless chicken breasts because that was what was in my freezor. The lemon taste comes through. Will make this again soon. Made for 1-2-3 Wonders.

mary winecoff February 26, 2008

what a wonderful way to cook chicken :) the herbs just made it into something special.

MarraMamba February 21, 2008

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