Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

This chicken recipe is from a cookbook a group I belong to (Ellen submited this one) put out to raise money - it was a huge success and I get inspiration from it weekly. This is by far my families favorite - the smell while its cooking is unbelievably good! I generally use skinless chicken thighs. Hope you love it as much as we do.


  1. Put chicken in a 9 * 13 baking dish. Mix all of the ingredients together and pour over the chicken. Put in the oven and bake at 375 for 30 - 40 minutes.
  2. Enjoy!
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Awesome chicken! This is very like one of our family favorites - but with hoisin sauce - a sauce I have only been using since Zaar! Love that hoisin. Made as posted - the ingredients came together making for chicken that looked as good as it tasted. Already have more hoisin sauce on my shopping list - this is one of the dishes planned for Saturday - can't wait to serve this one to family and friends. Thank you and Ellen for sharing - always think of the community cookbooks as 'the best of the best'! EDIT March 25/09 Used this recipe to make chicken skewers as an appetizer for a birthday gathering last week. Threaded chicken breast strips onto shortened up skewers - baked in the oven and refrigerated. At serving time popped them under the grill for 10 minutes placed them on a large white serving platter with 2 inserts for dipping sauce ... looked AWESOME. Another of those times a camera shot would have said it all! Great new appetizer added to my collection - and yes it tasted as good as it looked. No leftovers on this one!

Gerry March 25, 2009

I tried this recipe because I like all the ingredients. Unfortunately, they combine to make a rather unpleasant sauce and chicken. Won't be making this one again.

Daffydill February 13, 2009

I made this recipe because I had the hoisin sauce and didn't know what to do with it...dh and I thought this dish was okay...but the next day it was fantastic....and I hate leftovers....definitely will make again. Thanks for posting!

trick February 13, 2009