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This was yummy. It was simple and good. Thanks Parsley for sharing. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Tag.
DH was not too sure about this recipe when I told him yesterday. But when he ate it, he told me 5 stars. He loved it. It's really good. I let the chicken in the marinade a good 8 hours. Thanks Parsley :) Made for All you can cook buffet
This would have been a 5, but the "marinade" was way too thick. I would have had to paste it on. At another reviewer's suggestion, I added some chicken broth to thin it out a little (and more soy sauce). I used white vinegar and no pepper flakes. It marinaded for over 24 hours and bcz it's a blizzard outside, I cooked at 375 for 40 minutes (the breasts were large). My 7 yo (who doesn't want meat lately) ate it without a problem. Everyone liked it. Tagged in Fav's of 2009. I tried the leftover sauce (unused) on a salad and it was awesome! Going in my salad cookbook too.
This marinated for 48 hours (oops!) and it was still delicious! I will make this again but you can probably marinate more chicken because I had a lot of marinade left. Delish! Small warning - makes a bit of a mess on the grill, but worth it. Made for Went to the Market tag. Thanks! :)
Very tasty! Followed the recipe as is, but I had to cook on the indoor grill instead of the bbq. Sliced the leftovers and wrapped them up in lettuce leaves for a lite lunch for the office. Everyone loved them and I had to pass out the recipe. Will definitely be making again. Thank you!
This chicken was very moist and tender! The kids weren't too sure of the peanut butter, but it only slightly tasted of peanuts. Wonderful recipe and one sure to be repeated! I ended up marinating mine for 48 hrs. I did find the marinade really thick and thinned it down some with some chicken broth.
Forgot to post my review... So sorry! I was pleasantly surprised by this recipe - I was scared the taste of peanut butter would overpower the other ingredients, but it did not!! The chicken was moist and quite tasty! Thanks Parsley!