Grilled Balsamic Chicken Breast Recipe
A delicious and easy recipe for honey-balsamic grilled chicken breasts. You can marinate the chicken for as little as 1 hour. Serve alone or on top of your favorite salad.
Topped with a tangy balsamic, tomato, onion, and basil sauce, these juicy grilled chicken breasts are the perfect weeknight main dish.
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An aromatic, garlicky sauce of Balsamic vinegar and mushrooms graces this chicken dish.
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9.13.20 The recipe didn’t say to drain the can of tomatoes, so I added it with the juice. With the a cup of chicken broth and 1/2 cup of balsamic vinegar and the tomato juice, that was a lot of liquid to thicken with a teaspoon of cornstarch. I cooked the sauce down for a while and ended up adding even more cornstarch to slightly thicken. A little balsamic heavy for my taste, but that could be personal taste preference. We’ve had a lot of bad rain torms over the past week, so I grilled the chicken earlier in the day when the weather broke for a while, and then sliced down and reheated in the sauce later in the day. Served with succotash, baked acorn squash, and some white rice for a nice Saturday evening dinner. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
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Brined and marinated to provide tons of flavor and moist texture, these juicy grilled chicken breasts are perfect served alone or in a variety of main dishes.