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Southern Living knows how to pick a winner - know I picked one with this recipe! Cut the recipe back for two - followed through as posted. Love this combination - so like the kind favoured here on the prairies. How good - it's on for our next gathering.Also thinking to slicing and threading chicken breast onto skewers, with that sauce it will make one wow of a starter or appetizer for our summer cookouts. Thank you Sharon. Made for the Auz/NZ August swap.
I scaled back for 2 but my deli girl had a wee counting problem I asked for 4 thighs but ended up with 5 and then after I made up the sauce mix I realized I used a 1/3 cup measure instead of a 1/4 cup but it still turned out great and all cooked up in less than 30 minutes and with cooked rice reheated in the microwave was a quick and easy and very enjoyable meal, thank you Sharon123, made for Name That Ingredient tag game.
I made this for dinner last night and although it does have a small hint of barbecue, it tasted more chinese to me. I served it over vegetable fried rice and it was pretty good! Cooking it in the sauce, really soaked into the chicken and gave it great flavor. It was just a touch tangy for me. Probably because I was thinking of it being more barbecue than it was, but it was still good and Im sure I will make it again sometime.
What a coincidence...I made this last night from a clipping from Southern Living. Served with Parmesan grits instead of rice. We love it. Thanks for posting.
I really liked it! Used boneless skinless breasts and they were not overly tender, but definitely good. Loved the sauce. Will make this again. . .I think I will try the sauce out with some shrimp. . .YUMMY.
Sweet, saucy, slightly spicy and most delicious, and so tender that it was falling apart when stirred to thicken. We had no green onions in the house, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. OZ swap Aug 2008.
Divine! This was so tender and full of flavor. Sweet balanced with a bit of heat, this was my kind of chicken! It tasted like an American version of Chinese food to me. I forgot the garnish, but the chicken was so pretty it looked like it was lacquered. Thank you Sharon!
Yummy! I used boneless skinless chicken thighs. I cooked it 25 minutes like you said. But after 10 minutes I turned the chicken thighs. This is full of flavour. And the chicken is so tender. Thanks Sharon :) Made for Zaar Star Game.
I guess I didn't read the ingredients that carefully as I bought chicken thighs but they had the skin on them. I followed the directions directly as written and they were delicious!! My only problem is that two of my 15 yo DS friends unexpectly stayed for dinner and I had only bought a pack of four thighs. I agree with Toni, these are like a mix of BBQ and asian flavored chicken. Thanks for posting a great recipe.