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what kind of serving is 43 grams... that is 1 1/2 ounces. Lets be more realistic a 3 ounce portion is Twice the calories.

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pondlady51 August 17, 2010

This was a hit with my DH. I baked it in the oven at 350 for about 50 minutes. I did add salt and pepper before baking. My marinade time was only 1 1/2 hours but it was enough for the flavors to penetrate. I can't wait to try it with an over night marinate! Thanks.

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Paka June 23, 2010

This was a really nice recipe. I really liked the ginger flavour! One thing I did change was that I added some hot sauce to the recipe.

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little_Leanne January 15, 2008

My husband is not a chicken fan, but he had seconds (and thirds) from this recipe! It was very tender and had a wonderful flavor. It took about 20-25 minutes to cook...

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Ruscinda April 03, 2006

This chicken was so moist and flavorful. I marinated it overnight and baked it in the oven for 20 minutes at 350 and then broiled it for a little over 5 minutes. I ran out of honey but used honey barbeque sauce. Thanks Jodie!

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NcMysteryShopper November 12, 2005

This was quite tasty. The ginger really was the trick. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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gwynn July 22, 2011

Although the chicken cook up moist, the flavor was lacking. To fix it up a bit, I probably would add a bit more garlic and ginger, plus salt and good shaking of pepper!

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Abby Girl September 01, 2010

Very good! I multiplied the recipe to serve 25. Very tasty, easy way to make chicken for a crowd. I put some of the marinade aside before adding the chicken to use as dipping sauce after cooking .

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Deb Wolf August 10, 2010

Yummy good! I have a huge bagful of frozen boneless, skinless chicken breasts and was looking for a way to broil them that would keep them moist. We love barbecue, and the with addition of the mayo I thought it might work. I followed the recipe, except broiled them instead of grilling, since I didn't have a grill pan that I could use on the bbq grill. The results were great - they were kind of crispy-gooey on the outside and still moist inside. Adding to my recipe box!

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boomerthepug July 18, 2010

All that sugar has a tendency to burn easily so just watch them carefully on the grill. I pound the breasts to an equal thickness and marinate in a zippered bag.

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sugarpea January 27, 2008
Grilled Chicken Breast With Barbecue Glaze