4 Reviews

Look at the Nutrition facts. Surely you don't believe all that salt simply washes away. It's purpose is to get into the muscle of the chicken and tenderize it.

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LibbyD September 12, 2009

This chicken was really tender and juicy. The brine makes it juicy. Will make again. I used split chicken breats with skin.

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mightyro_cooking4u June 07, 2009

We loved it! It was not salty or sweet at all. It was tender and delicious- really great. I didn't get a photo because I set the chicken on fire and the skin looked terrible :). I assumed that you meant for us to go ahead and season the chicken to our liking after the brining step so I sprinkled mine with chicken seasoning and lots of granulated garlic. I will be using this recipe alot. Thanks ellie!

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Realtor by day, Chef by night June 03, 2009

Re-read the instrucions, LibbyD, you disgard the salty brine BEFORE you grill the chicken. The salt merely tenderises and adds moisture to the meat.

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robyn win May 29, 2009
Grilled Chicken