By Mikekey on August 24, 2009
Photo by loof
Photo by loof
"These can be grilled or broiled. Cook time does not include marinating time."
Serving Size: 1 (180 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Yum! This made a very moist and tasty sweet chicken. I used 6 frozen boneless skinless chicken breast tenders...mixed the thyme into the marinade...put it all in a ziploc bag...and let it marinate and defrost at the same time for a couple hours at room temperature. I broiled them. The thyme and maple flavors are dominate...I couldn't really taste the whiskey (I used Jim Beam) which was fine with me but my Hubby would have liked to. Made for kittencalskitchen.com tag game."
"Yummy and easy to make. I made as directed using Jack Daniels and we all enjoyed this. Next time I would marinate the breasts like another reviewer did to try and get more of the flavor through the chicken."
"Loved the flavors! I didn't watch carefully like it says in step #4 so it did flare up. But still was delicious and tasty. A tad bit on the dry side...my doing...next time I will hang closer to the grill. :) Thanks for posting."
"I'll bring the chicken, you bring the wine...maybe make it California's best."
"Very good chicken recipe. I cooked in the Flavorwave oven. Use bourbon, otherwise made as written. Made for Everyday is a Holiday."
"Thanks to Pic A Chef I picked this recipe to try.
For us I chose to marinade our chicken then grill it.
The chicken came out so good on the grill. We were surprised with the flavor.
Nice marinade for the grill"
"Great tasty grilled chicken! The thyme with the sweet and smokey maple/whiskey was a nice pairing. Enjoyed this - thanks for sharing your recipe!"
"i baked these in oven using bone in chicken breast after marinating them , cooked in marinade not dry this way really good another keeper mikekey"