After having fillet-cut my chicken, I decided that I would actually have time to marinade my chicken since I already had dinner for that night taken care of. I opened the fridge (hence the name garbage) and took an inventory on what I had already open.
I found an assortment of condiments- ketchup, mustard, spicy hot mustard, ranch dressing, balsamic vinaigrette, Catalina dressing, pickles, minced garlic, and an assortment of ice cream toppings. Obviously I wasn't going to mix EVERYTHING together, but I was able to get creative.
I opted for a three-ingredient marinade (one that I haven't forgotten and still use):
*Catalina salad dressing (its a tomato based dressing)
*Spicy Hot Mustard (I have several bottles of this Hickory Farm kind from a meat and cheese gift box at Christmas, it's expensive to buy alone in the grocery store)
I did not measure out portions of any of these three ingredients, but I would say it was close to equal on the dressings and slightly less than equal on the mustard.
I mix it up, make sure all the chicken is coated in it, and refrigerate over night. I have been cooking the chicken in the electric skillet and it turns out great. If you have left overs I found it very yummy to cut into thin strips and heat up with cheddar cheese and then eat in a flour tortilla.