I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar because the marinade looks very interesting and I want to try it. However, the amount of cider vinegar seem a little much. When I made this to make Chicken Kabobs, I decreased the cider vinegar and salt, so I've adjusted the recipe some. Very nice marinade. Chicken came out very moist and flavorful.
- Remove the chill from the egg by placing it, uncracked, in warm water for about 5 minutes.
- Crack the egg into a medium nonreactive bowl.
- Using an electic mixer at low speed, beat the egg.
- SLOWLY beat in the oil.
- This should take 1 to 2 minutes, and it should be like a thin mayonnaise when complete.
- Beat in the vinegar, salt, poultry seasoning and pepper.
- Use half as a marinade.
- Cover and refrigerate the rest to use as a baste while grilling.
- Be careful to discard the marinade after removing the chicken, don't use this portion as the basting sauce!
- Can easily be doubled for crowds, just be sure to adjust mixing time if necessary.
This was very yummy! I did make it with Pheasant. It came out nice and moist. I cut the recipe down to 3/4 cup and there was plenty for the two of us. Made as posted with the full amount of vinegar and it did have a nice tang to it. Served with grilled red potatoes and canned corn, because corn on cob is not available yet. Thanks for posting. :)
Delicious!!!I made this as directed except to cut the recipe in half. I used 2 chicken thighs. I marinated them for about 2-3 hours and then cooked them on the grill. This is a very flavorful marinade and made very moist chicken. Thanks Nimz for a great recipe.
I don't think the amount of cider is too much! The recipe I often use has 2 cups of vinegar (and 3 tablespoons of salt). I love this stuff. It makes great tasting, moist chicken.