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."
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.
OwenGrad 3m agoi would kill for it
littlebetty24 8m agoOmg wow! I didn't have fresh parsley or an onion so I used dried parsley and onion powder. It's still excellent. I cannot wait to try with the fresh ingredients!
vanzdeez 10m ago
RachelHenny 1y agoMy kids loved this, said the chicken was juicy and flavorful....I used drumsticks instead of breasts
runswithfork 1y agoThis was very easy. I marinated the chicken for two days, then grilled it. All of the chicken was juicy, tender and flavorful. Thank you for the recipe!
rotuck 1y agoThis is easy to prepare and tastes great off the grill. Very flaorful and great presentation.
julianimosity 2y ago
number1nama580 2y agoGreat!
gstrun 3y agoToo salty for me. I basted with marinade while cooking, that could be the reason. Thanks for sharing.
itzrobin 3y ago8 hour marinade. Very moist, very good.