Grilled Chicken w/Whole Grain Mustard and Cider Vinegar Marinade


Kudos to Livia Youngdahl!



I was lucky to be given a jar of her seasoning salt, and I knew buried deep in my recipe stack, was this great chicken recipe that would do her seasoning justice.

Here’s the lowdown on the salt:

The product is Livia’s Seasoning Salt.  Check out the website here!  The story goes that, with her Swedish heritage and culinary style, Livia Youngdahl developed her seasoning salt, which she shared with family and friends for decades.  

It consists of 3 ingredients:  Kosher salt, garlic salt, and coarse ground black pepper.  Order yours now, and the next time you start to reach for the salt and pepper, use Livia’s Seasoning Salt instead.  Your food will taste better, for sure!

This chicken is bursting with flavor, thanks to the marinade of whole grain mustard, along with cider vinegar, herbs, garlic and Livia’s Seasoning Salt.  It took minutes to put the marinade together, with on-hand ingredients, and then marinated in the refrigerator for 2 hours.  



The result was tender, slightly piquant, juicy chicken, without much effort ~ hope you give it a try!

Grilled Chicken w/Whole Grain Mustard and Cider Vinegar Marinade

Ingredients:

2 tablespoons cider vinegar
2 teaspoons dried oregano, rosemary and thyme (mixed, 2 teaspoons total)
¼ cup whole grain mustard
3 cloves garlic, minced
¼ cup olive oil
1 teaspoon Livia’s Seasoning Salt
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts

Method:

Place vinegar, herbs, mustard, garlic and oil in a large resealable plastic bag, close and shake gently to combine.
Drop chicken in the bag, coating it evenly, seal and refrigerate for 2 hours.
Heat grill to medium-hot, grill to internal temperature of 165 degrees, turning once, halfway through.
Great with a little pasta salad and fresh cooked green beans!

ENJOY!

 

39 comments:

  1. That kitties eyes!

    Wowsers!

    Looks good..Susan just mentioned Mrs dah too..things to look for..not familiar w/ them here.. as far as I know..

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    1. Monique, I know, love that kitty! It's a great seasoning and I bet you'd like it!

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  2. Hi Pam, oh your little kitty is so precious, great header!! and I love grilled chicken, looks delicious!

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    1. Thanks, Cheri! Have a great weekend!

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  3. Pam, I like chicken prepared this way. Nice marinade! I have trouble convincing my better half that whole grain or spicy mustard can go well with poultry. I even use mustard as an ingredient in scrambled eggs and turkey or chicken and sometimes I put it on a turkey and cheese sandwich. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks, Dave! I really like mustard too and use it with most meats, but now I have to try it with scrambled eggs. Sounds good to me!

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  4. sounds good off to check out her seasoning!

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  5. Hi Pam, Sounds like a delicious marinade for a very tasty chicken meal. I love to put seasoning on the chicken as it just gives it that "pop" factor. Have to try this one for sure...Love the Kitty, very nicely done! Thanks for sharing with us! :)

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    1. Thanks, Dottie! I think you're right, chicken always needs a little help and I like the "pop" factor too! You take care and have a great weekend!

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  6. Pam, it looks so moist and plump and I can only imagine how good it tastes.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Chaya! Take care

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  7. Livia's seasoning salt is a nice blend of spices. Gives the chicken a great flavor with a good seasoned crust.

    Hope you are having a good summer.

    Velva

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    1. Velva, it is a great simple seasoning that works perfectly in seasoning food. I'm having a great summer and hope you are also. Take care

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  8. I just noticed that cute cat picture! Sorry that distracted me from the chicken :)

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  9. Cute cat header! I'm drooling looking at your plate! What a great summer meal.

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    1. Laurie, thanks! It's a great moist flavorful chicken! Have a great weekend!

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  10. Love the new header!
    Great looking chicken too, the herbs add so much flavor.

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    1. Barbara, thanks! I couldn't resist it with the cherry! Herbs work every time. You have a fun weekend!

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    1. Thanks, Tango! Glad you stopped by!

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  12. Look amazing Pam!! and what locley look your header with the kitty:))

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    1. Thanks, Gloria! Hope you're having a great weekend

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  13. Sounds delicious Pam and I like the looks of the side dish as well - for the dried herbs, is it 2 tsp each or 2 tsp total of the mixture?

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    1. Hi Larry! Thanks, and I'm sorry for the ambiguity. It's a mix of the 3 herbs, totaling 2 teaspoons. I will add that to the recipe now. Hope you're having a great weekend!

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  14. Dear Pam, This sounds healthy and delicious!! I love grilled chicken.
    Have a beautiful weekend. xoxo Catherine

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  15. I love marinades that can be made from pantry ingredients! This looks like one delicious way to prepare chicken :)

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    1. Me too, Liz! A great mix for the chicken!

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  16. Hi Pam!
    WOW! Your blog looks fantabulous! Interesting seasoning and your chicken and its "dressings" sound awesome! Thanks for sharing, Pam...Hopefully I'll be back to blogging soon...

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    1. Thanks, Louise! Glad you stopped by and I'm looking forward to seeing you blogging again!

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  17. That marinade certainly made the difference! Delicious!

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    1. It did, Katerina! A good marinade I will be making again before long.

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  18. No doubt this was tasty! Yummy combination of flavors. Hope you're having a wonderful summer.

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  19. Tricia, thanks! It's a wonderful summer here and for you too, I hope!

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  20. lovely combination of flavours looks wonderful

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  21. I love, love, love raw unfiltered apple cider. So many great uses.

    Looks great.

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  22. I don't know how I missed this since I love the combination of chicken and mustard. And chicken and apple cider are a classic that's for sure. Beautifully presented by the way.
    Sam

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