goldielocks Member since: February 9, 2008 REVIEW:
I used this on chicken thighs that I broiled. Turned out very good.
Jun 27, 2013
I modified this recipe just a little because I think the balsamic is a bit overpowering otherwise. I used half vinegar and half oil instead of the 2:3 ratio. I also added sliced onion and slice garlic instead of the garlic powder. I also put a few sprigs of rosemary in.
Jan 8, 2013
jvs342 Member since: January 8, 2013 REVIEW:
This is a great basic marinade. Next time I make it I am actually going to use onion powder or red onion instead of garlic and add 1-2 tsp. of sugar to cut the acidic taste although it did come out well balanced. However, for those who want a very healthy recipe this works without sugar and of course you can always use raw sugar or raw honey if you are concerned about processed sugar.
Jul 4, 2010
EPJL68 Member since: July 4, 2010 REVIEW:
I love this recipe. My chicken turned out tender, moist & delicious. I use a charcoal grill for all my grilling & I added a little vegetable oil to the chicken before putting it on the grill. I did add brown sugar to the marinade to make sure there was no strong vinegar taste. This marinade is easy & my chicken was great!!!
Apr 5, 2010
Guest Foodie REVIEW:
This is my go-to recipe for chicken marinade. It's simple but very tasty, as well as healthy. The only difference I make is to use fresh minced garlic rather than the powder. I highly recommend this marinade.
Dec 7, 2009
Alipali COMMENT: This recipe, which sounds tasty, really was not. I think that it was too much balsamic. I really did not like this marinade
Oct 19, 2008
instead of gaarlic powder i added minced garlic ( i love garlic) also added a bit of chilli flakes and some oregano...put it on the bbq...and ooooooo yah...so good thanks for the marinade.so easy to make and you can add things to make it your own.
Oct 9, 2007
Silver Queen REVIEW:
I tried this and it is absolutely great! Wonderful taste for grilled chicken.
Jun 10, 2007
SUPER easy, and very tasty. Plus, it has no salt, so it's very adaptable for special diets (though I added 1/4 tsp of Kosher salt for flavor). A friend and I tried this marinade and really loved it! I'd also use it for zucchini and onions, and it would probably work for shrimp too. Highly recommended!