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Chicken Mediterranean

Chicken Mediterranean recipe
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Garlic, white wine, lemon juice and fresh parsley come together to make a balmy—and better-for-you—Mediterranean night in your own home.
15 min
5 hr 10 min
8 servings
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easy - simple - few ingredients - excellent taste - moist and delicious - the family loved it Perhaps next time i will have fresh veggies ( had none in the house) but wonderful recipe...............thank you
Quick & easy to prepare. Throw the ingredients in a bowl and let the marinade do it's thing. We grilled the chicken (boneless thighs). It was delicious! They were so tender--this recipe will become a summer favorite.
I made this recipe for dinner tonight. It was superb. The only different things I did was to use regular Miracle Whip and dried parsley flakes. I baked it at 400 degrees for 1 hour and then placed it under the broiler until it turned slightly brown to give it some color. This is a winner!!! Will go into my recipe file for use again. Served with garlic mashed potatoes and broccoli. A very eye appealing dish.
We invited friends over to share this meal with us and it was a raving success! The marinade tenderized the chicken so well and it cooked perfectly.
This really reminded my husband and I of a marinade for fish. It was really good, especially the lemon flavor. I used only a few tablespoons of light mayo instead of 1/2 cup Miracle Whip. I'm sure that the Miracle Whip adds just a bit extra zing, but the lemon and herbs are fantastic. I used chicken breasts and cut them into thin tenderloins, and they only needed 30-40 minutes on 350. Great dish!
but on this one there is 2 grams of sugar and i am on a no sugar diet until my doctor tells me that i can go off and then watch the sugar. So on this one i used mayo and placed a little bit of white vinegar in it. thank you for finding receipt with litle sugar in it and i can redue them. and i have been doing well.
to swtcarole - you can skip the miracle whip altogether and still have a wonderful dish and keep within your South Beach parameters.
It was very good, a BIG hit at my house. I cooked it for 1 hr. at 350, it worked great for me.
According to the post from a Kraft Kitchen Expert (Mary), the temperature should be 350 degrees. (See the reply contained in Ross29's comment.)
I am with Norm~we need a temperature.
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