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Simple and Delicious! I actually used 5 boneless chicken breasts and doubled the sauce. I also used cut onion rings on top as garnish during the last 25 minutes of baking. Thanks for a great dinner Bev!
Nice easy recipe with a great taste. I made it using both 8 legs and 8 thighs for 6 so I had to adjust the rest and it came out fabulous. Everyone loved it and asked when I was going make this again because they wanted to be invited. So I guess this will go in my Fav binder. :-)
Made this for Bev's Cook-A-Thon. My DH came into the kitchen and said, "Well, something smells delicious"........and it was. I doubled the sauce. Unfortunately, I forgot to lower the oven temp (I have a convection oven which cooks at a lower temp than regular ovens). The sauce in the pan burnt a bit. But the chicken was absolutely delicious and very moist. Thanks Bev. Will definately make this again.......at a lower temp.
Very good chicken! I used garlic salt instead of powder and a good amount of red pepper. Mine browned and crisped up beautifully! We used thighs and will make this again.
Sticky good! I do suggest to spray the pan before placing the chicken. I used wing and legs. This does make plenty of the honey mixture. I used chipotle powder. Thanks!
Awesome. I used some chives I have growing out back instead of green onions.
This recipe was exactly as promised- Very simple, and very delicious! My DH loved it, and has requested it again.
Yummy! I put too much garlic (If you can imagine that!), oooops! I will definitely try this one again. The chicken came out juicy!
I made it for a block party and multiplied the recipe by 3. I also added a bit of soy sauce just to give it a savory taste too. Everyone loved it! Thank you so much :]
This came out very tasty and they were crispy, just the way we like it. I definitely think they needed salt, for everyone was fighting over the salt shaker during dinner ;), so I will add that next time. The only thing I didn't like was the sticky, hard-to-clean pan...I will use foil next time!! Thanks for the recipe, Bev!