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- 1/2 cup orange juice
- 1/2 lime (juiced)
- 1 Tbsp. honey
- 1 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes
- 4 skinless boneless chicken breast halves (6 ounce)
- 1 Tbsp. chopped fresh cilantro
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Drotar 7 months ago
We loved this! I did read the comments and took some advice. I used chicken tenderloins because they are cheaper. I poked holes in them with a fork. I added a little Jamaican jerk seasoning, a touch of cumin and I baked in the oven at 400 for 25 mins with the marinade poured on top and a cut up onion. Served with cilantro rice and Brussels
Lori Robinson 10 months ago
Made this last night. Turned out beautifully, though I didn’t use a grill. I used a cast iron grill pan. I made a sauce from the fruits, some soy, oyster sauce, tamari, and some brown sugar, reduced down. I served the chicken with cilantro and chili lime rice, and brown butter green beans.
Andrei Dumitru a year ago
A nice recipe to cook
Katrine Kaare-Andersen a year ago
Nice extra flavor in the chicken, and super easy. I’ll definitely make it again
KaitLynn Peterson a year ago
I added cumin, more cilantro, squeezed and left the wedges from the lemon and marinated over night. I think these changes made it better than some of the reviews saying it was bland. The chicken was very juicy and flavorful I also injected some of the marinade into the chicken before grilling.
David a year ago
Marinated it for a few hours and don’t get any real flavor. Sad because I thought it had potential.
Mrs Laura 2 years ago
I made a few modifications because the recipe was so tart , bland and didn’t have much flavor after it was marinated, I made it into a salad with carrots ,radishes sweet tomatoes , and onions ,couscous and kale a little olive oil and Tajindon’t forget sweet onions , it was a hit with my husband and kiddos
Merlin 3 years ago
It was pretty bland, will go back to other recipes that just had more prominent flavours
Deana LaRosa 3 years ago
Tasted very bland and even marinated it longer than what it called for. Needs salt and pepper I think; however, won’t make again, very disappointed.
Kathy Bowman 3 years ago
Very blah, won’t make again.
Jaymes 3 years ago
I agree with the other review it just tastes like sweet chicken to me i could hardly taste the citrus even when i added more.
AmazingCook 3 years ago
Didn’t taste the citrus at all and overall just disappointed. Would have tasted better if I hadn’t marinated at all and just used lemon pepper
Tina Bowens 3 years ago
omg! great taste and flavor, but I did top with the cilantro had to add that honey again, try it amazing flavor.
Eubanks 3 years ago
Great taste and easy to make
James Baker 3 years ago
This recipe turned out better than I expected, but maybe a little sweet. I didn't have a bbq setting as it is November with snow on the ground. I baked it in the oven at 400 for 25 minutes with the marinade. I used the pan sauce over pasta.
Laura McLean 3 years ago
Very simple to make! Tasteful chicken recipe. Will make again soon.
danciladancila 4 years ago
This recipe is great
Bri 5 years ago
It turned out good! However, I had thick chicken breast so I feel like I didn’t get all the flavor I could have. Next time will make sure to use thinner chicken breasts.
cindylouwho 5 years ago
This is pretty good.
Gabriel 6 years ago
added salt and pepper
Tedesco 6 years ago
My husband loves this but I changed it up based on our taste I made the marinade per recipe instructions rather than grill it, I browned the chicken in a skillet when browned I deglazed the skillet with a little wine and chicken broth when the deglazing liquid cooked down some I added a pat of butter to smooth it out
Trey Thornton 7 years ago
needs salt, charcoal hawaiian salt is perfect, but overall this is a fantastic dish. I put mine over seasoned wild rice and honey dripped around the plate.
Queen KayyJ 7 years ago
It Was Pretty Good .. I Baked Mine Instead And I Actually Liked It A Lot ... #CollegeStudent .. I'd Definitely Make It Again
EJ J. 7 years ago
The chicken turned out amazing!! One of the top recipes on this app!!! I make this regularly for meal prep and the people at my job are always asking for a taste.
France 7 years ago
I made this, and it was delicious! Maybe next time I will put grilled pineapple or lemon juice 4 taste
R. 8 years ago
Liked it alot would use atleast 2 tsp of honey .. Def would try it again, it was a very easy process
Jeff R. 8 years ago
To make it more "tropical", add a little allspice and/or crushed coriander into the citrus juices. A little cumin may also add a little depth of flavor as well.
ali f. 8 years ago
The only suggestion I would have is to heat up the citrus mixture w/ honey for 1 1/2 min. to marry the flavors well to absorb into the meat.