Lemon Cedar Chicken From Applebee's Recipe
Cedar Grilled Lemon chicken is marinated in a zesty lemon sauce, then grilled to perfection with cedar wood chips for a subtle smoky flavor. The result is a tender and juicy chicken that is full of flavor. Serve it with your favorite side dishes and enjoy!
lemon cedar chicken from applebee's recipe
I took a small break for a while just to strengthen this blog on the technical side. Thanks, friends for all your email and Facebook inquiries. I do not wish to fill the posts with all junks and useless info, I stood little away, took a deep breath and coming back here again with this cedar grilled lemon chicken recipe.
When I'm talking about recreating the popular food, I definitely wanted to share this recipe with my favorite restaurant. I would not say this is the copycat recipe of Applebee's cedar grilled lemon chicken. But this is an inspirational recipe for the above.
Chicken is always a pampered ingredient, which can amalgamate with any supportive ingredients and can transform into entirely a new dish. In this recipe, I went with the thinly sliced chicken breasts, which gets cooked quickly when compared to other parts of the chicken.
Give a final wash with vinegar to remove any foul smell from the chicken pieces. This is the basic tip, which I always follow if my recipe does not require ginger and garlic. My son would bounce back the chicken plates if it has traces of foul smell. So I always make it as a routine with vinegar wash or ginger and garlic addition.
Whisk together the marinade ingredients in a large bowl. Add chicken and marinate in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes, or up to an hour. Do not keep overnight as the acidity from the lime juice will make the chicken have a mealy texture.