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5 star recipe. fresh rosemary a must! I also added dried craisins, very delicious. served over brown rice to ensure all the terrific sauce got soaked up. great with boneless skinless thighs,too. perfect weeknight go to dinner as it is so easy to make.

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czbergh August 21, 2012

If your dinner was like mine, you were slurping up every drop of the delectable sauce. I used Splenda brown sugar and garden fresh rosemary in mine and made it as stated. To make sure the onions melted into the sauce I gave them a fairly fine dice, much as one would for a tagine. Loved the combination of flavors from the sweetness of the fruit and sugar, tartness from the vinegar, peppery from the pepper and a little herbal from the rosemary. All were present and harmonized such that each elevated the other. My only comment would be to reduce the initial cooking time and lengthen the simmer so that more of the flavor would permeate the chicken. Bravo!

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justcallmetoni November 12, 2007

Delicious, you did it again Chia. This is so yummy, DH simply loved it. Served it with baked potatoes, Sugar Peas and a green salad. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Barb Gertz February 03, 2003

chia, I hope you tried this and enjoyed it as much as we did. We used bone-in skinless thighs, and reduced the sugar to about 2/3rds. Also, Edith sent me a golden raisin/dried cherry mix in my food swap parcel that we used along with the apricots. I wish there were more stars to give!!!!!

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JustJanS January 31, 2003
chicken with dried fruit