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    Default Marinades for chicken - share your favourites!

    Anyone care to share their favourite marinade combinations for chicken?

    My standard marinade is usually soy sauce, olive oil, lemon juice and garlic. Sometimes I'll include honey or ginger.

    I want to marinade some chicken breasts for dinner tonight and like to try something new and different

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    Garlic, olive oil and Balsamic vinegar, then grill chicken, really yummy my toddler loves it

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    I like just coating mine in Moroccan seasoning. Or Chinese 5 spice. I prefer spices to marinade sauces because its less easy to suck at. (Always burn marinades!)

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    Crushed garlic, honey and soy sauce. I usually do this for chicken wings

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    @Degrassi, your marinade is pretty much what I usually do to. Sometimes to mix it up a bit i'll swish some worsteshire sauce in too. Just plain cracked pepper and lemon is nice on chicken too.

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    @Nomsie, I burn store bought marinades, but not the ones I make myself. Not sure why, but I'm definitely no kitchen whiz!

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    Diced red onion, capsicum and garlic, a bit of red wine, olive oil, chilli, oregano and salt. Yum! Excellent with wings.

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    Chop 4 shallots, 100ml soy, splash of sesame oil, 2 tablespoons of oyster sauce, juice of half a lemon and a big spoon of honey! This is so yum.. Works great with pork spare ribs too!
    Oh and a bit of garlic and also ginger if you like it





 

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