Southwestern Marinated Chicken — Keira Ramsay
BBQ season is upon us, and to me, there’s nothing better than throwing some marinated chicken on the grill. The recipe that follows can also be cooked in the oven (under the broiler) and served on tortillas, but there are so many different variations, it’s amazing!
Southwestern Marinated Chicken
½ cup lime juice 6 tablespoons soy sauce (I use reduced sodium)
2 tbsp dark brown sugar (or 1 tbsp molasses)
2 tbsp chopped fresh oregano (fresh makes ALL the difference in this!)
2 tbsp chopped fresh rosemary
2 tbsp chopped/minced fresh garlic
1 tbsp chili powder
1 ½ tsp chipotle chili powder
8 boneless, skinless chicken thighs
- Combine first eight ingredients, whisk to blend. Pop chicken in and push down until chicken is covered. Marinate at least 6-8 hours.
- Either grill outside OR on broil on foil-covered baking sheet in oven
- Take remaining marinade and cook down, using a mixture of corn starch and water to thicken (or your thickening agent of choice).
- Multiple ways to serve:
- By itself
- On tortillas, with toppings of choice (I use avocado, sour cream, pepper jack cheese, shredded lettuce and the marinade reduction)
- On a bed of lettuce, with ingredients of choice, using marinade reduction as dressing
- On a Kaiser roll, with pepper jack cheese, mayo & toppings of choice.
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