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    A wonderful marinade. The first time my husband (then my boyfriend) made this for me he said - quote - 'When you taste this you'll be mine'...now we're married so I guess i'm just a sucker for a good meal! The recipe is originally designed for flank but since london broil is cheaper and just as good in this, either will do. Now for those of you who are leery about the combo of star anise and steak (like I was), TRY IT; the marinade combines into a completely different and addictive taste!

    Recipe #192209

    This a mash-up of several recipes I had from various sources. The roasting and the balsamic give it such a deep taste, it was the best. I just had to share it! Traditional Chicken Cacciatore uses bone in chicken but I find that boneless skinless thighs stay nice and moist and make it easier to eat. No knife needed to cut the thighs, that's how tender they get. And don't worry about the garlic, it mellows into a sweet dream with the roasting. I've tried this recipe with both dry white and dry red, and I prefer the white, but it's a personal preference.

    Recipe #297062


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