4 Reviews

Absolutely fabulous!! As a single young woman, I'm just starting out and only cook for myself, but I literally ate over the skillet and had to force myself to stop after slicing and dipping 3 tenderloins. This recipe was simple (i.e. I didn't mess it up!) and flavorful, even though I did omit the onions, as well. The only thing I'd like to know is if anyone has ideas for an extra side dish and for reheating the chicken!

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DieuLover June 18, 2009

This was good! I too skipped the onions. And I served the sweet potatoes baked, not mashed.

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qwerty3020 December 30, 2008

Far more people need to try this one! OMG 2 DIE 4!! I served it with Kimkes' Mashed Sweet Potatoes (#74982) - I know I will be making this meal again and again!

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Peachie Keene December 05, 2008

Made for PAC Fall 2008. What a simple and delicous recipe!!!! We love maple syrup, but I was a little unsure about mixing it with steak spice. The flavor combination was great!!! I used fresh potato's (I don't to packaged stuff) and I left out the green onions. After the sauce cooked I added the chicken back into the pan and coated it with the sacue. Everyone loved it and my BIL said it was "the best chicken he's ever tasted" Thanks for a keeper.

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jake ryley'smommy September 28, 2008
Maple Glazed Chicken With Sweet Potatoes