How to prepare the perfect garlic lemon chicken

Written by Anita Frogel

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and dab Ĺ ofrepparttar margarine on various spots onrepparttar 135783 chicken. Pour Ĺ ofrepparttar 135784 juice fromrepparttar 135785 lemons on your chicken, and season withrepparttar 135786 oregano, salt, and pepper. Broil for about 15 minutes, remember to baste quite often. Remove and turnrepparttar 135787 chicken, addrepparttar 135788 remaining ofrepparttar 135789 ingredients just like you did before broiling forrepparttar 135790 first time. Now you will need to broil your chicken again for another 15 minutes. Remember, to baste your chicken so it does not burn. Ifrepparttar 135791 chicken starts to become too crispy, you can change from broil to bake and bake at 350 degrees untilrepparttar 135792 chicken is completely done. Removerepparttar 135793 chicken fromrepparttar 135794 oven and pourrepparttar 135795 remaining sauce fromrepparttar 135796 baking dish over your chicken and serve.

Everyone will absolutely love this garlic chicken dish. Serving suggestions would be whipped potatoes and a garden salad.

Anita is author of Steaks, Seafood and Barbeque guide


Written by Paul G. Colligan

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