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Old 03-25-2013, 09:46 PM   #1
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Healthy Cooking - ROADSIDE CHICKEN

You have absolutely no idea how delicious this recipe is. Simply marinade some chicken cutlets for 5-6 hours in this stuff. I guarantee your neighbors will be drooling. I've never made it with the vegetable oil though.

ROADSIDE CHICKEN
1 cup white vinegar
1/2 cup veg oil
1/4 cup worcestershire sauce
1 TBS Sea or Kosher salt
1 TBS white sugar
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp white pepper
1/2 tsp celery salt
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Old 03-25-2013, 10:11 PM   #2
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Love the new "healthy recipe"! We're missing some of the ingredients, but will pick them up with the next shopping trip and try them out before we leave this c/g

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I don't want to appear stupid, but have to ask? Do you grill them or eat them out of the bag?

What did you use if not oil?

I like to try new chicken recipes.
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Healthy Cooking - ROADSIDE CHICKEN

Marinate the cutlets for 5 hours or so. A little longer is good too. Then just grill them.

The recipe says to skip the oil when marinading. It says to make a fresh batch of the marinade WITH the oil for basting on the grill.

I haven't made a second batch of sauce ever and it still comes out awesome.
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Marinate the cutlets for 5 hours or so. A little longer is good too. Then just grill them.

The recipe says to skip the oil when marinading. It says to make a fresh batch of the marinade WITH the oil for basting on the grill.

I haven't made a second batch of sauce ever and it still comes out awesome.
I believe it's awesome cm11599ps cuz I know you love to cook and eat well while camping! Do you think this would make a great base for shish kabobs? We're going to make some while we're in Gatlinburg next week.
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Thanks, I like the marinade cause most of that stuff will already be on hand. Will give it a try. I will just leave off the oil.
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I believe it's awesome cm11599ps cuz I know you love to cook and eat well while camping! Do you think this would make a great base for shish kabobs? We're going to make some while we're in Gatlinburg next week.

Haha, thanks! We're going out in 3 weeks to kick off the season so more good food to come!

FWIW, I don't know if this should be considered a "healthy" recipe. It's dang tasty though!
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Has anyone tried my recipe out yet?
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No! Darn it. LOL

We had just started a 7 week road trip when you posted that. We never did buy any additional ingredients needed, so haven't tried out the exact recipe as of yet.
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I'll be making this for the next trip!
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