Ready in 4 hours
My family has enjoyed this grilled chicken marinade for more than two decades, which I think originally came from the Star Ledger of Newark NJ.
The recipe is simple -- dare I say foolproof? -- and delicious... And the smell coming off the grill has always been a sure sign of summertime. I like to pair this with fresh green beans, corn on the cob or couscous.
"My family also enjoyed this, I did have to translate what non-reactive meant as English is not my first language. I should have listened to my 11 year old. Plastic! She says. But she cleaned her dish off as did we all."- Bikerdad
Top-ranked recipe named "Easy Grilled Chicken Marinade"
In a non-reactive bowl, whisk egg and add in all other ingredients.
Add chicken. Marinade in a ziploc bag for at least 4 hours; ideally 1-2 days. Turn occasionally.
Prepare medium-hot grill. Let it warm up at least 15 minutes. Place chicken on the grill. After 3 minutes, pick it up and give it a quarter turn. Sear another 3 minutes. Flip over. After 3 more minutes, give it another quarter-turn. Grill until internal temperature reads 160 degrees F, about 10 minutes total depending upon thickness.
rotuck 3 months agoThis is easy to prepare and tastes great off the grill. Very flaorful and great presentation.
julianimosity 10 months ago
number1nama580 1 year agoGreat!
gstrun 1 year agoToo salty for me. I basted with marinade while cooking, that could be the reason. Thanks for sharing.
itzrobin 2 years ago8 hour marinade. Very moist, very good.
Bikerdad 2 years agoMy family also enjoyed this, I did have to translate what non-reactive meant as English is not my first language. I should have listened to my 11 year old. Plastic! She says. But she cleaned her dish off as did we all.
Manecoarse 2 years agoMy family absolutely loved this chicken. My son asked me if I would make it again. I only marinated the chicken for eight hours, and it was still great.
joabillin 2 years agoLooking forward to try this,
Shoemap 2 years agoMy grilled chicken was moist and delicious.
katehandel 3 years agoLoved it! So easy to make.