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4th of July Chicken Marinade Recipe!

July 03, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 308

This is a special Fourth of July Chicken Marinade. There's nothing better than gathering with your family, friends, and neighbors to celebrate the Fourth of July. Make this year the tastiest year after you show off your marinade for chicken thighs! This recipe is very simple. It involves making a marinade, a succulent sauce, and the most amazing chicken ever! After you make your marinade, you want to soak your chicken for at least four hours, but you can also soak it overnight. Then, it involves barbecuing your chicken and covering it with a glaze or a sauce to make it even more delicious.

The first thing that you want to do is you want to make the special marinade sauce. Mix all the ingredients as they are listed below. Make sure you use a lot of garlic for flavoring.

Ingredients for the Marinade:

  • 1/4 c cider vinegar
  • 3 Tbps Soy sauce,
  • 1/4 c Garlic
  • 2 Crushed Bay leaves

After you have soaked your chicken in the marinade, the next step in making your chicken marinade barbecue is to grill it. You can either do it outside on a grill, or you can also grill it in a frying pan. When you are grilling the chicken, make sure the chicken is about 90% cooked before you add the glaze. You can even add the glaze to the chicken right after you take it off of the grill. The instructions for making the glaze are as follows.

Ingredients for the Glaze or Sauce:

  • 1 cup of apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tablespoon's of soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup of honey

Mix these all up in a sauce pan. Then you want to simmer them until they have lost about half of the liquid. The honey is really the key to making your glaze sweet and tasty.

Make sure to add your glaze while the chicken is still cooking, about three or 4 minutes before taking it off the grill. Then make sure your meat is fully cooked by using a meat thermometer, or checking your pieces with a fork. Once you take your chicken off the grill, you can enjoy eating it! This dish is best served with freshly cooked french fries, steamed rice, or watermelon. It even goes great with a summer salad!

Because you are making it from chicken thighs, this recipe is economical, and it is easy for you to share with your friends and family. Hopefully, these chicken thighs will add enjoyment to your next gathering, and help make your Fourth of July more delicious than ever.

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