Very good. Not quite as flavorful as I'd hoped, but a nice way to use up extra chipotles. Made with corm & white rice.
This is a great sweet/heat recipe. I topped the chicken with peppers, onions, and mushrooms for dinner. I can also see this shredded and used in tacos. Very nice recipe, thanks for sharing.
I knew i would like this, but I liked it even more than I imagined. I only used half the amount of chipotle because I am a heat whimp, but otherwise I left the ingredients alone. I broiled boneless breasts and thighs in the oven. Of course the thighs were done first , so I pulled them out first. The sauce clung nicely to the meat and didn't all run off, even after I flipped the chicken pieces. I am absolutely hanging on to this one.
This was wonderful chicken dish. Our rainy weather isn't conducive to outdoor grilling right now, so I broiled it in my oven and the chicken turned out perfectly moist and nicely flavored with the orange-chipotle glaze. I know I'll make this again, so it's going right into my "keeper" folder. Thanks for sharing your recipe, loof. Made for "Please Review My Recipe" tag game.
I'm becoming quite the chipotle pepper lover. It's hard to believe I hadn't even heard of chipotles until I moved to New Mexico! This is one of the better uses! I used bone-in breasts and made them in the oven. This is an awesome preparation and I will fix this often. Thnx for posting your recipe, loof. Made for Comfort Cafe Summer 2009.
Loved this simple yet flavorful recipe!! I used bone-in chicken thighs and drumsticks, so I grilled mine between 30-45 minutes. I started brushing on the marinade with about 15 minutes to go. GREAT flavor in the marinade. I couldn't get over that such an easy recipe could impress me so much! Delicious!!
This recipe was included in Book#228608. July 1, 2008 -- We grilled this tonight and it was delicious! I doubled the amount of sauce; I used half for glazing the chicken while it grilled and saved the other half for a "dipping sauce." Yum -- double the taste of the delicious combination of the sweet ingredients with the smoky and fiery taste of the chipotles. I can't wait to make this again; it was great!
This is very yummy. It's just a bit sweet, perfect and not too hot for DS. Thanks Loof. Made for Zaar Star Game.
This was really too spicy for my kids but for adults it was fine. I thought the flavor was crisp!~ Next time I will cut back on the adobe... Made for PRMR!
I had meant to make this tonight, but forgot to thaw the chicken. As I had my taste buds primed for this, I thawed some tilapia fillets and pan-grilled them with this sauce. I also used it to glaze some sweet potatoes that I had sliced and cooked until just tender and then pan-glazed. I did not use the molasses, as I did not think that would go as well with the fish, and would increase the orange juice next time. I liked this, but Mr Grumpy took a couple of bites and set it aside. Usually he loves very spicy food, but this did not suit him.