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1.17.2011

Grilled Italian Chicken


   Hi guys! Hope everyone had a great weekend! Mine ended up being pretty fun.. a little crazy at one point, but still fun! 
This is an awesome and super easy recipe for some delicious chicken! This is literally as easy as it gets. Two ingredients is all you need to make this. A good ol' bottle of your favorite Italian dressing and some chicken breasts! You can grill this on your barbecue (like we did tonight) or your George Foreman grill, and it can also be baked as well. This is one of my most favorite ways to make chicken. No stress or thought at all goes into making this! That's what I needed tonight after my weekend.. a super easy, yet yummy dinner!



ITALIAN CHICKEN


1 (16 oz) bottle of Italian dressing
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts



Pour the whole bottle of dressing in a large freezer ziplock baggie. Rinse chicken with water and cut away any fat. Place chicken in the bag filled with dressing. Seal shut and let marinade overnight or for atleast 3 hours in your refridgerator. Take chicken out of bag. Discard the dressing.
 Grill chicken for 7 minutes on each side, or Bake in oven on 375 degrees for 30 minutes! : )












9 comments:

Kaitlin said...

Looks great Holly! And those are some beautiful grill marks! You and I are so similar with what we serve as sides too!

Tara Lynn said...

One of my family's favorite way to have chicken as well! Yum! (Great over a salad too)

Steph@PlainChicken.com said...

this is one of my favorite ways to grill chicken

Holli said...

Sounds like a good dinner... I'll have to try this one... thanks!

thecountrycook said...

Hi Holly - I'm your newest follower. I just love these kinds of recipes. They are perfect for weeknight meals when we are all so rushed!

Jill B said...

I have never heard of making chicken like this. so easy!

Michael and Lindsey said...

Wow, that pic is amazing! LOVE the grill marks. And looks super yummy and easy!

thisitalianfamily said...

Yum!

Marisha said...

I'm making this tonight, thanks Holly!