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Yummy! This is delicous! I used it to marinate boneless chicken breasts, then make them into chicken sandwiches on kaiser rolls as suggested. I will try it on BBQ'd chicken this Spring. This time I broiled the chicken breasts. I let the chicken breasts sit in the marinade for about 2 days. They were an ugly color, but very flavorful.
Very juicy and tasty. I used 3 times the lemon because we love it and made one fourth the recipe for 2 breasts (which was way more than enough). I might do even half of that - even with the reduced sodium soy sauce, it does have a fair amount of saltiness.
This was a tasty marinade! I started mine very early in the morning, and that was plenty of time. Tender and moist after grilling, it also had a great flavor! I may try it on a sandwich next time! Thanks for sharing, SuzieQ in Fairfax!
This marinade made the most delicious, succulent grilled chicken breasts! The next time I make it I'll take your suggestion and make chicken sandwiches on Kaiser rolls. Yum! Made for Spring 2010 Pick A Chef.
Very easy to throw together using chicken thighs last night! Cooked in a frying pan tonight, we enjoyed the thighs cut up in wraps with avocado, tomato, lettuce, a bit of cheese and sour cream. Made for 2009 Favourites tag and I would make it again. Thanks SuzieQ! :)
I made chicken kabobs with this marinade. They were awesome! I am looking forward to using this marinade again!