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"WOW! Only change was a can of Vernor's as I didn't have Sprite or 7-up! That was the first time! Second time I used Vernor's but added chunks of sweet bell peppers, (multi-colored) and chunks of Vidalia onion. I cooked two thighs and halfway through added a boneless/skinless chicken breast. This was done in the oven at 350 degr..."
"Great! To make it easier for myself I put all of the spices, onion and Italian spices into the mayo about an hour before to let the flavors blend. I added the coated slices to the cookie sheet of veggies I was roasting. Everything turned out fantastic! I did flip the slices at the 12 minute interval as well as toss the roasted veggies. I used..."
"I added carrots,onions, peppers and more garlic as I needed to use them or toss them. No peanuts...allergic ugh. Anyway I really loved the flavors and as stated in other reviews, great the next day! Thanks for a tasty zucchini."
"We really enjoyed this chicken but the real star was the garlic sauce! The combination of the bird and the sauce made for a very rich but o-so delicious meal. The sauce would be great over pasta, veggies or for a soup base. Thanks."
"I used this marinade on a split cornish hen for dinner tonight and it was fantastic. I marinated the hen in 1/2 of the marinade, reserving the rest for basting. Will try this again on chicken pieces and use the glaze. Thanks."
"I had a bumper crop this year and instead of sneaking them into cars with unlocked doors and leaving them on front porches at midnight I can now use them myself. does this recipe freeze well????"
"DH says that the lowly zucchini finally deserves praise! I thinly sliced a zucchini and two small yellow squash I had in the fridge. I did remember to deseed them, however, i forgot to peel them. The dish turned out fantastic! i think I'd like to add some raisins next time. Thanks"