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To freeze and use throughout the week.
For a single chicken breast, simply toss in 1.5 tablespoons of soy sauce and 3 tablespoons of sweet chili sauce, and you're done. Recipe here.
Add a teaspoon of cayenne for some added heat. Recipe here.
Toss it into a salad for a non-sad desk lunch. Recipe here.
Requires just four ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Recipe here.
For the most flavor, remember to pat the chicken dry before marinading it. Recipe here.
A sweet and sour marinade that'll inject flavor into any salad. Recipe here.
You can find liquid smoke in the sauces and marinades aisle at your local grocery store. Recipe here.
A medley of spices, as well as chopped onion and garlic, make this marinade one you'll want to pour on top of all your side dishes. Recipe here.
You can either freeze Ziploc baggies of marinated chicken breasts to reheat later or marinade them for at least 30 minutes and cook them all up for tonight's dinner. Recipe here.
Coconut milk + red curry paste = A match made in marinade heaven. Recipe here.
A thawed yogurt-based marinade might not look the most Instagram-friendly but rest assured that the creamy flavor will more than make up for what it lacks in appearance. Recipe here.
There's so much you can do with taco seasoning, including this 5-ingredient marinade. Recipe here.
When you're done cooking the chicken, brush on some more marinade for extra juiciness. Recipe here.
Just place all ingredients in a mason jar, shake, and it's ready to go. Recipe here.
Finally, a marinade that uses all those herbs in your spice rack. Recipe here.
Hot curry powder, cayenne, and tomato sauce combine to make a spicy and flavor-packed marinade. Recipe here.
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