This was wonderful. I doubled it and it seemed a bit hot so I added a touch more of brown sugar. Next time I will use 1/4 less teaspoon of the red pepper, but if you like it spicey - it's perfect as is! I will make this every month as it is very quick and easy.
OMG I need more stars, This was Fantastic! I really wasn't expecting it to be that great, but it blew me away. I doubled the sauce bc i was serving it over rice but it probably was not necessary but i like a lot of juices so i didn't care that there was so much sauce. You definitely need to add cornstarch to thicken it up a bit, also i reduced the amount of red pepper to 1/2 tea and im so glad i did. I tasted the sauce when it was just about done and it was a little strong so i just added a little water until it tasted alittle mellow. This is dish is going to be around for along time in my kitchen. I think i might try some stir fry veggies in it next time. YUMMY
This was good but not WOW 5 stars like the hype i expected, Mine looked nothing like these pictures and followed exact! It had a good flavor was more liquidy and saucy than i intended but i did enjoy the sweet flavor and i steamed broccoli and served it with brown rice.
I cannot believe I have not rated this recipe yet! It is delicious. The only thing i do differently is add stir fry veggies in the last 5 minutes or so of cooking. We love this!!!! Thanks, LinMarie
My husband loved this. I used boneless, skinless chicken thighs and gave them a really good browning in a grill pan, while I was heating/reducing the sauce. Dumped the thighs into the sauce to finish cooking and get a nice glaze on 'em. I doubled the quantity of sauce, using low-sodium soya, and adding 3 T cornstarch. I only used about half a teaspoon of pepper flakes. I made Basmati rice (Perfect No Fail Basmati Rice) and to plate, I layered the rice, then some stir fried veggies, and then the chicken in bourbon sauce. Delightful!
My whole family loved this! It is not at all too spicy for me (or even for my husband, who is a big wimp with spice), but my 10-yr old needed a few glasses of lemonade to finish it. I used boneless skinless chicken thighs, and I did thicken with 1 Tbsp of cornstarch as suggested by another reviewer. I served it with my own fried rice (Uncle Ben's chicken brown rice in the pouch, cooked in a pan with margarine, sesame oil, egg, and peas).
I had a big problem with this recipe....there wasn't enough! My family, all five of us, even the one year old, loved this! I also thickened the sauce a bit and even added a capful of real bourbon! we will be making this again really soon!
This was really very good. I confess that I did add some vegetables to it,making it somewhat of a stir fry, but did everything else exactly the same. It was spicy and very very tasty. I will be making it again,and again, and again....
I am the worst cook, and this Recipe, you would have thought I was a Chef!!! I used the exact Recipe, did not change one thing, besides doubling it, and it was absolutely Delish!!!! My husband, and my girls couldn't believe I made it, so thanks for this awesome dish! I need more recipes like this- cause at almost 44- this was the best yet!
This is a fantastic recipe. I come back to it time and time again. I've taken to substituting a pound or so of chopped broccoli and carrots for half of chicken. The veggies soak up the sauce and become the best part.