I made sure to buy fresh rosemary from the produce department. I had dried, but I just didn't think that would do the recipe justice. I marinated mine for about 5 hours (I always marinate longer than recipes say, just a personal preference).
I didn't bother putting the chicken on skewers, and I just cooked it on the stovetop for about 14 minutes.
I will admit-I was skeptical at first. There was a lot of marinade in the pan when I first put the chicken in, and I was worried I would have a big gloppy mess on my hands. Luckily, the marinade cooks down. The chicken ended up being fantastic. Although I made it in the winter, it tasted like spring to me, and I can't wait to make it as a light dinner when the weather gets warmer :)
Also, I made extra and plan on throwing it into a pan of fettuccine alfredo later this week. So excited!
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I made sure to buy fresh rosemary from the produce department. I had dried, but...