This is an excellent recipe for those of us (like me) who are unsure how to cook chicken while maintaining moisture and flavor. This recipe could not be easier. I even eliminated the mushrooms & onions and just baked the chicken covered in bbq in a glass dish, double covered in foil for 1 hour. It turned out perfectly. We shredded the chicken and put it on homemade pizza crust for a tasty bbq chicken pizza!
I am giving this recipe 5 stars even though my chicken turned out a bit tough. The recipe does not specify whether to use bone-in or boneless chicken breasts. I used boneless. Needless to say that explains why they were somewhat tough after the recommended cooking time of 1 hour at 400 degrees. As I put them in the oven I thought "shouldn't I be baking these at 350 for 45 minutes" I will try the recipe again doing that. Thanks!
This was good and easy to make. It is snowing and I didn't have mushrooms so I left them out because I didn't want to run to the store. I followed the rest of the recipe except I used six 4 ounce boneless chicken breasts. I cooked the onions and garlic and then added the chicken to the pan on the stove. I didn't measure the salt and pepper and used honey bbq sauce but didn't measure that either. This cooked in about 45 minutes and we all really enjoyed it.
This was very good. Nice and moist chicken. I used Honey BBQ Sauce. I baked it at 375 degrees because my oven tends to get a little to hot at times. I used 2 chicken thighs instead of the breasts. I will be making this again. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for PAC Fall '08
This recipe was very good. The chicken was nice and moist. I did uncover for about the last 15 minutes and added a little bit more barbecue sauce just before serving. Very easy to make. I loved the addition of the mushrooms. Thanks for posting!
I am trying this right now, it smells sooooo good and I will let you know how it turns out, excited to try it!
So easy and yummy!
This is a very good and easy to make BBQ chicken recipe; it also helps that all the ingredients are things that people who frequently cook most likely have laying around. The only thing I would change is the cooking time. I oven roast chicken breasts 3-4 times a week and through trial and error have learned that cooking thawed and covered chicken breasts at 350 for 35 minutes is sufficient for them to be fully cooked and will yield much juicier meat. If you go with a full 4 breasts you can bump it up to 40-45, but I wouldn't go any longer than that.
Made this tonight for a family gathering and everyone loved it! I deleted the mushrooms, since we don't care for them, and ended with 5 minutes on high in the broiler, just for a crispy top. With the chicken being as juicy as it was, l'll be making my BBQ chicken this way from now on!
Turned out great! I will be keeping this recipe.