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Thank you for this recipe. It is quick and easy to prepare and has turned into a family favorite!
I made this in my toaster oven using about 2 lbs of chicken back and thighs. I marinated them in the sauce for 3 hours and then put them in the toaster oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes (since it's a smaller oven, it was already done). I'll be making this again! but probably only will need about 1/3 of the sauce.
The time is way to long. Edit this to be the right time. Careful!
This is also good as a marinade. What I do is 86 the oil (you don't really need it anyway) and trade the honey for ether Fireball Whisky or Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey. Whisk together all ingredients, place in an airtight container and marinate for a couple of hours, then cook as usual.
I thought this was ok, but nothing special. I used 1/2 the amount of honey and it was still too sweet for us.
Amazing recipe! i tried it with maple syrup instead of honey! YUMMY!
Simple and family enjoyed this.
I made this with 6 rabbit legs (so, no skin). I discovered there wasn't enough soy sauce when I was already into it, so used the diluted Worcestershire sauce substitution. The sauce was really thin so at 45 minutes, I took most of it out and boiled it to reduce it. After an hour at 350, I put the thickened sauce on, then put it under the broiler for a few minutes to caramelize the rest. The rabbit was tender and the sauce was tasty.
Most delicious. I used wings and followed the recipe exactly, well almost!!. I measured out the amount of honey, but dosed it in until I had it to my taste (not too sweet). To use the oven for 3 wings is not on, so I cooked them on top. I fried the chicken until more than half cooked and then poured the sauce over for it to finish cooking. It caramelized beautifully. I am going to try it next with small spare ribs.
This recipe is so easy and so delicious! I add 2 tblsp of balsamic vinegar to the sauce and use 1/2 low sodium and 1/2 regular soy sauce. Delicious!!