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The marinade was simple to make with ingredients on hand.. I did make recipe as stated. Cooked one thigh for test. For my family's taste I thought it needed a flavor boost of some kind of herb.I did add a little rosemary. The cider vinegar does tenderize the chicken. I would make this again.
I love this marinade! It really is great on chicken, any cut of chicken. The tangy vinegar flavor is what makes this marinade so good. If I don't have shallots on hand, I just put a little more garlic and add a dash of onion powder. I also like to add some freshly ground black pepper. Love it!!
I am giving this 3 stars because it was moist. Although we felt it was lacking in flavor.
Loved this marinade for our chicken on the grill. I bet it would be great on steaks too!
Great marinade, I subbed the shallot with sweet onion as recommended but I let it marinate for 4 hours. (Okay I forgot about them) :) I grilled them on the BBQ on medium low for about 30 minutes, they were tender & juicy.
Made for "I Recommend" Recipe Tag. This has excellent flavor and is so very easy! I will most definitely be making this again. Thanks for posting this Redneck!
Great and easy marinade! I used vidalia onion instead of the shallot and used it on chicken thighs and legs. I will definitely keep this recipe.
This was absolutely super! I used my grill pan and they came out just right. I halved the recipe, as there was only 2 of us. I chose the shallot option. :)
A great chicken barbecue recipe. It is a keeper.
This is a great marinade alternative for grilling/broiling, using items you are very likely to have on hand (I used the onion option). Simple and tasty. A nice memory of our Redneck Epicurean.