3 Reviews

I really like the flavors of the pico de gallo, ranch sauce and mexican cheeses all mixed up together. However; the chicken did not turn out well for me. I made my own margarita mix with fresh lemon and lime juice so that may have been the source of my problem. I marinated the chicken for about 20 hours and the fresh citrus juice made the chicken tough. Perhaps the store bought margarita mix would not do that.

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tara portee March 13, 2007

Very colorful and tasty. Loved the pico de gallo and the spicy sour cream ranch sauce. I liked the blend of flavors but the margarita mix made the chicken a bit too sweet and it stood out among the other flavors too much - I think next time I would use some combination with unsweetened lime juice. Thanks so much for posting!

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pattikay in L.A. February 16, 2007

Okay, here's the deal. I don't like raw onions, or cilantro, or taco seasoning, or margarita mix really (unless it's outmixed with tequila)...HOWEVER...This is the most amazing chicken I have ever had. I didn't change a thing about the recipe (except more garlic)because I think every good chef deserves their chance before I tear it apart. And I can tell you one thing, I will never change anything about this. The margarita mix gives a fruity but not too citrusy flavor to the chicken, and once the pico has a chance to marinate and spread the flavors it becomes an unreal addition to the spicy sauce, and...wow I don't know what else to say, other than WOW. I have had so many chicken dishes that are good, but nothing compared to this. Oh, and I lied before...I did saute the chicken instead of grilling it because I'm too lazy to fire up the grill. Wish I could give this about 300 stars and put it on the home page as a MUST TRY! Way to go homegirl!!!

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Three Kids Make Me Crazy November 28, 2006
Margaritaville Chicken