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4 servings. 2 thighs (98 g) each
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Serve over hot cooked rice with a side of your favourite cooked vegetables.
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Double amount of viniagrette and this would be better.
This turned out really well. I did it on the BBQ and just brushed the chicken as it cooked. Good flavour. Served it with green salad and baby potatoes.
I didn't have any balsamic vinaigrette dressing, so I used balsamic vinegar. It turned out great. I might try it using chicken breasts next time.