This came from a friend of mine. Its really easy to put together and delicious.
Make and share this Mustard Balsamic Chicken Marinade recipe from Food.com.
- Combine all ingredients together.
- Let chicken marinate for at least 30 minutes.
How can you go wrong with these ingredients!! I did up the garlic to 3. Placed all the ingredients in a zip lock bag with chicken thighs, layed it flat on a cookie sheet and froze. For a quick thaw, place the bag in a sink of tempid water for approximately 30 minutes, more if your chicken thighs are large, turning the bag occasionally. I got this tip from our good friend who is a butcher. Now, I always have chicken thighs in my freezer for a quick, easy supper. Next tine, I might experiment with the mustards for a different taste. Great contribution!
Pretty good, and simple, marinade. It just lacked a bit of punch that I was expecting. However, I suppose, as with everything, that which level of ingredients make all the difference - a better quality balsamic perhaps, and a spicier mustard may make all the difference.
This was really good! I used a mix of dijon mustard and brown mustard seed. Because these are more mild, I was able to use more. I would definately make this again!