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Mojo Chicken Recipe


Tasty mojo chicken recipe infused with a tangy lime lemon and orange marinade sauce easily made with these ingredients, instructions and photograph


This delicious mojo chicken recipe comes from Campfire Cuisine: Gourmet Recipes for the Great Outdoors by Robin Donovan. It is so quick and easy to make and the citrus juices infuse well into the poultry making it moist after cooking. She recommends serving it with a crisp green salad or with her citrus salad dressing and chunks of sweet ripe mango.

mojo chicken




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Ingredients:

4 boneless and skinless breast halves

1 large clove of minced garlic

2 teaspoons of salt

The juice of 2oranges or two thirds of a cup of orange juice

The juice of 2 lemons and 2 limes

1 tablespoon of honey

Half a teaspoon of pepper

1 teaspoon of ground cumin

2 tablespoons of chopped fresh oregano or 2 tablespoons of crumbled dried oregano

One third of a cup of olive oil


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How to make:




Place the poultry in a ziplock bag and place it flat on a flat surface and pound to a thickness of one inch.

Mash the garlic with the salt using the back of a fork then mix with all the remaining ingredients, but not the meat, until combined. Add the marinade to the bag with the poultry and seal. Place it in a cooler (if camping) or fridge for between 30 minutes and 8 hours.

Grill over a medium heat for about 5 minutes each side. Baste often with the marinade. When cooked through serve straight away or let cool then slice and serve with your salad.

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