1 1/2 cups fresh squeezed orange juice or store bought orange juice
2/3 cup olive oil
1/3 cup sliced fresh basil
3 to 5 cloves fresh garlic chopped
In a one gallon re-sealable plastic bag, combine all ingredients. Salt and pepper to taste.
Add 4 chicken breasts, seal. Toss to coat. Place bag and contents in a bowl.
Refrigerate 6 to 12 hours, turning often.
Remove chicken from the marinade. Discard marinade. Grill, fry, or bake until cooked through.
I love to use a marinade when I am grilling. It makes the chicken, pork, or beef, so juicy when it is cooked. The longer you let the chicken in this recipe, sit in the marinade, the more flavor it will have. Even if you can only let it sit in the marinade for an hour, you will be surprised at what it does for it.
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This sounds wonderful, Linda. I use lemon quite a bit in marinades, but never orange. I will have to try this next time!ReplyDelete
I bet this tastes fantastic, have made a not of the recipe Thanks DianeReplyDelete
Great grilling marinade, Linda. It has a lot of flavor yet is simple to make.ReplyDelete
Ummmmmmmm... that sounds fantastic! !!!ReplyDelete
I love orange marinades...it's gives you that citrus taste, but some sweetness too! Yours looks soooo juicy! I want a bite! Cheers, Ashleigh & Tiffani, The Drinking GirlsReplyDelete
Linda, this is too wonderful. We eat chicken, weekly and this sounds like a recipe to really enjoy. Thanks for always sharing pure deliciousness.ReplyDelete