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Best Ever Chicken Marinade (Weight Watcher Friendly)

Best Ever Chicken Marinade (Weight Watcher Friendly) created by MsSally

This has got to be one of the best marinades I have used. Best part....it has no oil!!! The ingredients balance out each other so nicely that it is such a pleasure to taste. I make it up alot in the summer when the mint from my garden is plentyful. This recipe could be used on pork tenderloin quite successfully. This is 7 points per serving

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  • Combine the ingredients in a zip lock bag. Add chicken and marinate for up to 3 days.
  • Note: The recipe originally was double the amount. You could make up the full recipe and add half to the chicken and half to a pork tenderloin and freeze for a later date.
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"This has got to be one of the best marinades I have used. Best part....it has no oil!!! The ingredients balance out each other so nicely that it is such a pleasure to taste. I make it up alot in the summer when the mint from my garden is plentyful. This recipe could be used on pork tenderloin quite successfully. This is 7 points per serving"
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  1. MsSally
    Best Ever Chicken Marinade (Weight Watcher Friendly) Created by MsSally
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  2. MsSally
    This was a very good marinade. I used it on pork loin chops and grilled them. I used chili sauce instead of paste and used powdered ginger and garlic and omited the mint. I added the marinade to frozen chops and left in the fridge overnight and cooked the next afternoon.
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  3. MsSally
    This was a very good marinade. I used it on pork loin chops and grilled them. I used chili sauce instead of paste and used powdered ginger and garlic and omited the mint. I added the marinade to frozen chops and left in the fridge overnight and cooked the next afternoon.
    Reply
  4. Abby Girl
    This has got to be one of the best marinades I have used. Best part....it has no oil!!! The ingredients balance out each other so nicely that it is such a pleasure to taste. I make it up alot in the summer when the mint from my garden is plentyful. This recipe could be used on pork tenderloin quite successfully. This is 7 points per serving
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