George Foreman Orange Chicken Marinade

By July 5, 2010 Uncategorized 2 Comments


George Foreman Orange Chicken Marinade

1 cup orange juice
1 small can of pineapple juice
2 tbls olive oil
some salt and pepper

Put everything in a ziplock back, let marinate in the refrigerator for a few hours.
Throw on the George Foreman for 4-8 minutes.
I am serving with the oven fried potatos.

It was good. But, I still do not love the way the George Foreman cooks chicken, kinda makes it chewy. Which is not my favorite.

Kyle and I both give it 2.5 stars

2 Comments

  • You are so smart. I will try this next time. We are not a fan of the Foreman except for quesodillas so far

  • Janette says:

    You can just cook your chicken in a skillet on the stove and it will come out juicy and not chewy, more like a grill. Just put a tiny bit of olive oil in the bottom of a skillet (coat the bottom with it), then cook your chicken on medium. Turn it half way through, and cook it about 12 minutes. I usually fillet my chicken breasts (cut them in half to make them thinner), then it only takes about 6-7 minutes to cook them, and it for sure cooks all the way through. The clean up is also easier than Foreman in my opinion.

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