Chicken Breasts With Maple Soy Marinade

"Made with marinade of maple syrup, red wine vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, etc."
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  • Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper.
  • Put the soy sauce, maple syrup, olive oil, vinegar, and garlic in a dish large enough to hold the breasts in one single layer and blend well.
  • Add the chicken breast halves, skin side up, and coat them with the marinade; cover and let stand 15 minutes or until ready to cook.
  • Arrange the chicken breasts skin side down in one layer on a baking dish.
  • Place the chicken under the broiler, not the skin side up and then after 10 minutes, turn over so it is skin side up and cook until done; turning as needed to cook through.

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  1. Wow, I've had this recipe saved for quite a while and never made it until today! We thought is was very good. I used boneless breasts and next time I think I will grill them, reserve some marinade and reduce it on the stove to drizzle on later, yum.... More people should try this, thanks!


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