This is what I did--put the ingredients into the freezer bag and set in refrigerator overnight. Lined a baking dish with foil and coated with nonstick cooking spray, to make clean-up easy. Dumped the ingredients into the pan, sprinkled the chicken with salt and pepper and baked for about 45 minutes. The fruit and sauce were delicious and the chicken was very moist and tender. Thanks for sharing this super easy recipe.
Overly sweet for our tastes and that was without the raisins, but after tasting the sauce, I threw in a tablespoon soy sauce which pulled it more into place for us. As I wanted a thick gravy I did it in an electric skillet, then drained the liquid into a saucepan to thicken with cornflour while I browned the chook in the skillet. Have also made this using mango concentrate, minus nutmeg, instead of OJ and that was nice too. Needs to have something like a savoury rice with it, to balance. It was nice because it was different.
My family enjoyed this very much. Thanks Tish!
My toddler and I loved this, but my husband didn't like it as well as some other "dump" chicken recipes we've tried. I found the recipe elsewhere, but this appears to be the same recipe. I skipped the raisins, since I don't care for dark raisins and didn't have any golden raisins. It's definitely a keeper!
I used turkey legs and froze them, when I pulled it out they went into the crockpot, worked great. My whole family loved this. We served it with rice.
Easy to put together. However the flavor was not something that our family cared for. I think it was the strong nutmeg flavor that we didn't really like.