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I make this a lot. I put the chicken and the dressing in the seal a meal bag and freeze it...then I seal the bag. When I thaw the chicken, it marinades as it thaws. We really like it cooked on the grill (The foreman grill works too)
I have used this before. Its ok! I think if you poke holes in the chicken and marinate over night, it would be better. I did it for 6 hours and grilled. Flavor didn't really come thru.
This recipe is wonderful! I butterfly my chicken breasts (to let the marinade further permeate the meat), and marinade overnight. Then I grill them. YUM! Thanks for sharing!
Very simple and yummy. I cut the chicken into strips then marinade over night. The next day I fry them. Very good when you don't want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
This is the easiest and most flavorful marinade for chicken! I have even used the dressing for pork chops. Delicious! However, I have only grilled the meats. But, I'll try baking them when the weather is too cold.
I put the chicken in the dressing yesterday morning but because life got in the way, they ended up marinating for two days. This recipe could not be any easier & they were so flavorful. The best part, & maybe this is due to the long marinating, but these were the juiciest chicken breasts we've ever had. You just can't go wrong with this recipe! Served with Cajun Country Roasted Potatoes. Thanks for sharing, Queen Puff! Made & enjoyed for Fall 2009 PAC-O. :)