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It was a hit! I used 1 tsp of salt and used garlic powder because I was out of chopped and fresh garlic. I marinated it overnight and threaded the chicken onto skewers for the BBQ. Thank you!
Terrific recipe! I called home about 2:00 in the afternoon and my 10 yo son put the ingredients in a plastic bag and put the chicken in to marinate until I made it home. We put it into the oven around 6:00 baking it for about 20 minutes and then broiling it to give it just a bit of color and char. The only addition we made was to add about a teaspoon of Tony Cachere's Creole Seasoning, because he adds it to absolutely everything. We'll do this again! Thanks Wendys Kitchen.
Very easy to prepare, but I think that next time I will leave the chicken in the fridge overnight to marinate a bit longer--and see if that intensifies the flavor. I was able to throw this on the griddle, and it worked out perfectly as it then only took minutes to grill up! Thanks for posting! update: i had to come back and add an extra star! I used the 2 day leftovers in a panini with parmesan, and it was so much better after having been in the fridge! the flavors had definitely worked themselves into the chicken and it was perfect for the sandwich.
I have to agree with the previous reviews that the recipe is very easy to prepare. However, both DH and I found it to be very bland. I even added a little salt, black pepper, white pepper, onion powder and a little cayenne pepper and found it still needed more flavor. I will make it again, but increase the seasonings even more and add some others.
This dish was really delicious and so easy to prepare. I did it this time on the broiler but will try it when the weather warms up on the barbeque. I like the fact that the marinade is made with ingredients I always have on hand so I didn't have to go out and buy anything. Thanks, Wendy!
This is SOOOOO GOOOOOOOOOD! I can't believe how tasty this is, even without salt! I threw this marinade together in less than 5 minutes (I whisked it till it was emulsified, I don't know if you meant it to be this way), and marinated it for about 1 1/2 hours. Since we don't have a BBQ grill, I broiled it in the oven, about 20 minutes per side. This recipe is so great, even my (non-cook) sister could make it! DEFINITELY a keeper!!!!
This could easily become my favorite chicken recipe - Great flavor. I put the marinade ingredients in a zip lovk bag, popped in the chicken thighs ans left them in the fridge for 5 hours, I used fresh oregano (because I had it), baked the thighs at 350 for 30 minutes then broiled them for 10 minutes - Thanks Wendy's Kitchen for posting this delicious recipe