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What a great marinade! I wanted this to be gluten-free so used GF soy sauce and regular salt instead of the seasoning salt just to make sure. After reserving some of the marinade for glazing, I added a bit of orange juice (making sure it was GF) to thin it out, then put boneless skinless chicken breasts in for about 6 hours. The orange and thyme work so well together and the result was tender moist and delicious chicken - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for ZWT8, Chefs gone WILD!

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loof August 04, 2012

I used this marinade to baste boneless, skinless chicken breasts on the grill. Oh my gosh, it was fabulous!!! I needed to make sure the recipe was gluten-free for the Backyard Challenge in ZWT8 Australia/NZ region, so I made a few brand choices. In case anyone wants to make sure this is gluten-free, here is what I did: I used Smuckers sugar-free orange marmalade (which is GF), for the soy sauce I subbed with Braggs Liquid Aminos (GF), instead of seasoning salt I used Spike seasoning (salt-free and GF), and just to be sure I used McCormick brand for the garlic powder and cayenne pepper (McCormick states that these are GF). I would definitely use this recipe again...yummy! Thank you!

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LifeIsGood August 10, 2012

This was a delicious marinade! I used it to grill some chicken breasts and it came out just tasty as can be. The chicken was moist and the flavors are wonderful. Made for ZWT8.

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Lainey6605 August 12, 2012

I saw loof's photo and entry to the Zus/NZ ZWT8 Barbie Challenge and just had to try this recipe too. Excellent !

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**Jubes** August 10, 2012
Orange-Thyme Sauce and Marinade for Grilling