Ok......i just found out i don't have any more Italian dressing how about Romano basilVinaigrette for chicken?!

Question: Ok......i just found out i don't have any more Italian dressing how about Romano basilVinaigrette for chicken?

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Sounds great,But here is an easy recipe for chicken and you might have the ingredients for it.
I chicken cut up,1/4 cup lemon juice (I love lemon pepper chicken) Garlic powder to taste,onion powder,pinch of oregano,2 tbsp oil, 2tbsp chopped parsley. PLACE CHICKEN IN A PAN,SKIN SIDE UP.POUR LEMON JUICE OVER IT. THEN MIX OTHER INGREDIENTS AND SPRINKLE OVER CHICKEN(if you want lemon pepper chicken get some course ground pepper and season to taste)
Let the chicken marinate for about 15 minutes. Pre-heat the oven at 350 and bake for about 1 hour (uncovered) when the chicken is done you can place under the broiler so it gets crunchy.

i would just make my own by combining about 1/2 cup vinegar, 1/2 cup oil, 3 tbsps sugar, 3 tsps garlic powder, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp balck pepper, 2 tsps onion powder. toss the chicken in and bake or cook on top as normally

the flavors will mellow as cooked and will taste better than the premade dressing

I do it all the time

The secret is plenty of garlic powder

I marinate chicken breasts in Ken's Lite Caesar dressing and it is delicious. I think what you are trying to do will work out fine. Worth a try. I get great results while trying to make do with what I've got.

that sounds autumn i always love using balsamic vinaigrette really any vinaigrette will go well. :) you can even make your own mix vinegar and olive oil and add your favourite spices
hope everything goes well!



Just lay off the garlic.

That would be fine.

That would go real well.

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