This is a great marinade! I used it on boneless skinless chicken breasts. Make sure to marinate it overnight for the fullest flavor.
Grilled Balsamic Chicken
krvkitchen Posted: 05/03/09
nansmi Posted: 05/31/10
Put this on the grill last nite for friends, and everyone really liked it. Marinated the skinless chicken breasts overnite, but forgot the shallots. It was still delicious and the chicken came out nice and moist. Served with grilled corn on the cob and pear and avocado salad. Will definitely be fixing again over the summer.
kris1313 Posted: 03/29/10
This recipe is simple. tasty. and a great idea for a summer BBQ recipe. Simply - YUMMY!!! I have made this 2 times in the past month already.
Milene Posted: 04/09/10
Great marinade with a nice balance of flavors. I used thin cut chiken cutlets and only marinated for about 2 hours. This is definitely a keeper for me.
lenalutie Posted: 07/21/11
My daughter and son-in-law made this for a party they had for Father's Day...this was the best marinade I have had on chicken hands down!!! As a caterer I am picky regarding food, etc. and they won me over with this!
Jenni79 Posted: 08/13/11
Easy to make and really good. Husbands requests it to go on our rotation!
Familymom3 Posted: 03/26/14
It gets 5 *s. Not something I do easily. I tried this Balsamic Chicken recipe for the first time and my friends and family really liked it: ) So did I. I might try it with chicken with skin on, to keep it moister next time. The recipe called for dry mustard, aside from the Dijon Mustard. I just couldn't bring myself to add the dry mustard, as I don't like that flavor. I'm glad I didn't, because it tasted and smelled great without it. You can also bring the leftover marinade to a boil, strain it and service with the chicken. Really good. This recipe moved up on my list of what to make for guest. (Not just a weekday dish as the site mentioned.) Glad I found this recipe : )