Glazed Vegemite Chicken Fillets
This is from Kraft Foods. I know it sounds strange from the title but the marinade ingredients blend really well for a tasty chicken main.
- Ready In:
- 480hrs 5mins
- 1 spring onion, finely chopped (scallion)
- 1 garlic clove, crushed
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 2 teaspoons sherry wine
- 2 teaspoons vegemite
- 1 teaspoon sesame oil
- 4 chicken fillets, skin off
- Place chicken fillets into combined marinade ingredients, cover and refrigerate for 1 hour.
- Grill or barbeque for approximately 10 minutes, basting frequently with marinade until chicken is cooked.
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DH prepared this for dinner last night. It was our first experience with vegemite. The chicken turned out juicy and tender, but we both felt it seemed to have a bit of an alcohol flavor. Of course we were unsure how vegemite is supposed to taste, so we didn't know if it was that or the sherry. We did think the sweetness from the honey and nuttiness from the sesame oil were nice. Thanks for a fun flavor experiment. DH leaves for AUS in a few weeks on business (first time), so this experimentation with vegemite should be a nice prelude to his dining experiences there. (Made for AUS/NZ Recipe Swap #31)Reply
Voting ranged from 3 to 5 so it is middle ground and a 4. I like Peter J cooked in the oven, turning frequently. I dipped the breasts in the marinade and then in the baking dish and pouring the excess marinade over the lot. Cooked a total of 45 minutes, the first 15 with the lid on the dish, turning and continue to cook without the lid, turning a third time with 15 minutes to go. I enjoyed the sweetness and slight saltiness of the mix. Thank you Mandy from Oz for a nice easy tasty mid week recipe. Made for 123 Hit Wonders tag game.Reply
Mmmm so good! I cooked in an oven so let the chicken sit in the marinade rather than baste but turned a few times to keep it coated and it was really wonderful. I'm not too keen on salt in general but the sweetness of the honey offset it just perfectly leaving the hint of vegemite saltiness but with a little extra depth of flavour as well.Reply
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