I did this as a crockpot recipe. I used the ingredients to make the sauce and poured it over the chicken in the pot. Yummy!
It did take a while to chop the rind, and, since my oranges were huge and homegrown (i.e. with tons more flavor than store-bought), I only used 1. I also used boneless skinless leg meat and omitted the oil. My husband, normally stoic about my kitchen experiments, actually spoke up and said he liked this dish! I used some of the sauce to flavor Costco stir-fry veg mix, and the dinner disappeared before the rice was half-ready :)) I can imagine this will be a great make-ahead dish for my Shabbat dinners. Thanks, Ms. Randal!
This is a really good recipe, thanks so much.
Pretty good, though too much work for me. It took me about an hour of prep to peel/grate/squeeze the oranges, chop the onion and skin the chicken. Oh yes, I used thighs instead of chicken breasts. I also simply simmered on stovetop for an hours because other reviewers tried it and apparently like it that way. Thank you for a nice change to regular fried chicken, this would be something I would want once in a while.
This was great,very simple and wonderful flavor.My oven was full so I simmered it on the stove.Turned out great.
I modified it for the stovetop. YUM! This one is going in my recipe box. My picky little girls ate it all! Thanks for a great and simple recipe!!
I deleted the butter and used olive oil and boneless, skinless chicken breasts. This is absolutely fabulous and very easy to make!