- Most Helpful
- Highest Rating
Holy Cow! This is just terrific and then some! I marinated since yesterday, as we had a change of dinner plans, and the chick-chick almost fell of the bone right onto the floor. I used bone-in-chicken breasts, with skin! Oh it was as juicy as a waterfall in the Spring time! Loved the marinade, and the great sauce that was perfect sitting on top of the chicken. I used my roaster in the oven since it was literally raining "cat's & dog's" today, (grilling it first on my grill pan) then finishing in the oven, set on 375 degrees for 30 minutes. Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* April 2010
We prepped this dish not knowing if we would have power during the second time we had a "Once in Ten Years" storm in three days. Therefore definitely weren't 'grilling' outside. Instead we sauteed the chicken in the marinade for around 20 minutes turning occasionally to cook through. We served with a mix of mashed pumpkin/potato and green beans with the reduced marinade as a gravy over the veg. We actually didn't manage to make the garlic sauce either, will try that next time too. We may try in the Aussie summer on our BBQ next time :) Still delicious though, thank you Boomette.
This was wonderful, I loved the sauce. I made this for our pastor, as a meal he could pop in the oven during this busy time of the year, it was a huge hit.
This chicken is FANTASTIC!! So flavorful and juicy, a great marinade to accomplish this in such a short amount of time. The weather was not good for grilling so sauteed the chicken in a skillet, adding some of the marinade each time I turned it, about 30 minutes total. The sauce is perfect with this, lovely with all the herby flavors of the chicken. This is a keeper - thanks for sharing!
Delicious and easy to make! First, I pounded five skinless chicken thighs to about 1/2" thickness. Marinated for approximately five hours (using a local pinot gris I might add!) then grilled in our Lodge cast iron grill pan on the stove top. The olives were not added to the marinade but rather used to garnish the dish along with lemon slices and fresh Italian parsley from the farmers' market. Total grilling time about 11 minutes. Served with saffron pilaf and steamed vegetables-broccoli, cauliflower and carrots. Thank you! Highly recommend!
This made a very good meal tonight for us, one that didn't involve heating the kitchen. Yay! I cut my breasts into strips (to be used in a sandwich later) and let it marinate over night. The garlic sauce on the side makes it extra good. (oops I forgot to photo It) We had it with Greek Salad and some pita bread (also good with sauce). Thanks for an easy fix meal, Boomie! Made for my Babes for ZWT4.
This was real good. Made as directed, and cooked on our cast iron grill frying pan. The sauce really compliments the chicken well.
This will blow your mind. Soo GOOD!
We just loved everything about this recipe! My family loves lemony things so I knew this would be a big hit.