Chicken Breast Marinade


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Mar 6, 2005
Any suggestions? I'm grilling them on my George Foreman, and all I do at this time is just season them, let them sit an hour or so, then start grilling.

Any marinade experts in the TreeHizzHouse? :drink:

with the usual spices.

A touch of Worcestershire's is good too.
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"Worcestershire's?" On yardbird? Are you
"Mojo Marinade" from Sam's Club. I use it on chicken, steak, filet mignon, I even mix it when I make burgers. Marinate overnight if possible, but a couple hours will work too.

It's mostly grapefruit juice, vinegar, and orange juice. Add some spices and you're good to go.
Try a bit of mustard with Teriyaki sauce.

Or go for the usual Lemon with a bit of garlic.

We got a George Foreman fat grilling machine for Christmas, and I have to say, for a grilling device, it does a great job.
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Sometimes we use plain ol Italian dressing, the zesty kind. Put the chicken in a ziplock bag, pour the dressing in and leave it overnight.
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