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Sorry this did not work for us, followed the recipe though having a fan forced oven I lowered the temperature to 200C instead of 200C and after the first 20 minutes it was burning crisp skin and the breast was nice and just brown, I lowered the temperature to 170C and put back in for 15 minutes and well I had burn spots and was not cooked by any means, so put a lid on the pan and cooked till done. The dipping sauce had a mixed reaction from forget (expected that one) to absolutely marvelous (expected that one too) and that was using low sodium soy - yes the salt love thought great and the non salter was hummm. Overall would give it another go but definately cook at lower temperature and only make a half serve of the dipping sauce for those that like it.. Thank you Sharon123, made for Everyday A Holiday.

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I'mPat November 19, 2009

Well, the only thing I did was add a tad bit more honey, the taste and flavors were spectacular. The sauce would go great with any other chicken recipe. My chicken cooked for 50 minutes ( a little bit extra though ). This is something i'll have to try in my slow cooker too. Made for PRMR tag.

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weekend cooker September 12, 2009

Unluckily my oven broke down when I was making this, so I had to pan-fry the chicken with the stuffing spread around it in the pan. I browned everything thoroughly and then poured in the sauce and cooked it for about 20 minutes until done. I'd give this version 5 stars, it was so good! Made it for Unrated Asian Recipe Tag Game, and as suggested in the forum, I rate this without stars just to tell everyone that this can be made without oven and still tastes great :D Thanks for posting it, Sharon!

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Mia in Germany August 20, 2009
Chinese Five Spice Lacquered Chicken