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I hope it's ok for me to rate this recipe because I made bbq chicken tonight to use up some store-bought bbq sauce. So I made the recipe, adding the onions, peppers (including some hotter home grown peppers)and mushrooms to my sauce. (therefore I didn't use the brown sugar or catsup). I browned the chicken, coated it with the sauce, then baked covered for 20 min., removed the cover and cooked the last 25 min. to carmalize the sauce. This was absolutely delicious....I will make my own sauce next time, because this was so good I know I'll make it again. Got raves at the table....!! Thanks for posting.......Donna

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donnie27 November 07, 2008

We loved this recipe. Even my picky 13 year old son ate it! I used split breasts with the skin on, added some minced garlic to the sauce and omitted the mushrooms. It was fabulous. The smell is what enticed my picky son. It smelled heavenly. I did take the lids off the dish for the last 5 minutes and it crisped the skin a bit. The meat was moist and tender. I will make this again soon.

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reyome March 27, 2008

We loved this, thanks for the recipe!

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Wildblu3 October 19, 2007

My granny used to make this as well! It must be one of those secret granny dishes. lol We didn't add the mushrooms and peppers but that's just 'cause none of us care for them. I'm sure if you like them, it would be just as wonderful. Maybe it just feeds into my childhood memories but this is one of my favorite dishes!It's great for a cold winter meal!

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Frazzled December 03, 2006
Grandma Puckett's BBQ Chicken