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This was a pretty good recipe. My family liked it a lot more than I did so I guess that's what counts. I did as Chef 786983 recommended and drained the sauce after the first 45 min of baking to thicken it on the stove top with cornstarch. I covered the chicken as much as I could with the thickened sauce with 15 min left to cook and it came out great. We will definitely cook this again as it's pretty easy and tasty.

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MsLuTu August 25, 2008

I made this recipe for lunch today. I read the other reviews and cut the honey down a bit and added a little more soy sauce and garlic. It was amazing! An instant hit and had everyone wanting more. I will definitely make this again. Thanks!

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KCarrJ July 30, 2009

I really love this and have cooked it a couple of times, but it was too sweet the first time, so I cut the sugar and honey in half which brings the rest of the flavours out more, its gone into my book of favourite recipes!

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babs.marsh June 05, 2009

Very good sauce. I used a minced garlic clove instead of the garlic salt and prepared mustard instead of dry. I also didn't add in any additional salt since there's already ketchup and soy sauce in this recipe. I cooked this sauce on the stovetop and served over baked chicken and brown rice. A real keeper, thanks!

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ummrabiah December 12, 2008

This is a nice tasting recipy. I didn't have any dry mustard, so I used prepared, and I added about 1 tsp. of garlic powder. I thought the sauce could handle it. When the chicken was cooking, I found the sauce to be really liquidy. The chicken was almost braising. After the cooking time given, I put the chicken on a baking sheet and put it back in the oven to crisp up. I added about 11/2 Tbsp of cornstarch to the sauce and cooked it until it thickened a bit. I served it with rice and a salad. I think some hot sauce might be nice added to this recipy too. I can see how this would be good with chicken wings. Thanks for posting.

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Luv4food February 09, 2004

Wonderful and easy. It was a bit of a whoopsie as I forgot the mustard power, but never missed it. Next time I'll consider draining the sauce and thickening. Or maybe not. Meets my criteria of easy, cheap, and time saving, as the prep time is minimal. Might try this with pork chops. Thanks for the recipe.

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kerrybee73 December 19, 2012

I wouldn't call this a honey garlic chicken, however it was really good. This was more like a sweet and sour recipe. still very good.

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donair January 14, 2010

Absolutely Delicious!

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Spitkyng August 27, 2009

this was ok - sauce turned out really thin, and didn't permeate the chicken, tasted like a sweetened ketchup to me, didn't really taste the honey or garlic

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ShortieNJ April 12, 2009
Honey Garlic Chicken