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Marinades: Grandma Sooria’s Chicken Marinade Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Linda

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
½ cup oil
½ cup lemon juice
Chopped yellow onion—whole if small, half if large
Minced fresh garlic--one to several cloves, depending on how much you like garlic
Optional: a little saffron dissolved in a little boiling water

Directions:
Directions:
Mix all ingredients.

Cut chicken breasts or boned thighs into chunks, as you would to make shish kebabs. (Or sometimes I just buy chicken “tenders.”) Lay the chicken in a dish and pour the marinade over. If you cover them tightly, you can marinate them for up to four days, turning once in awhile. You can even freeze the chicken in the marinade.

Barbecue or broil the chicken breasts just until barely golden brown and done inside, not dry and tough.

The onion and garlic left in the pan is delicious sautéed with sliced mushrooms or sliced zucchini (and a little extra lemon juice, garlic salt, and butter). I stir the mushroom mixture over medium heat until the mushrooms release their liquid, and then continue to cook until the liquid is evaporated and some of the mushrooms are brown.

 

 

 

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