I doubled the "sauce/marinade" recipe. I only used 1/4 teasp. cayenne because the kids only like a mild kick. It was Wonderful!! I will definitely be making this one again. My son wanted thirds... I had had doubts about the cinnamon, but it added an almost "indian" feel to the chicken. The high heat really sealed in the moisture too. I served it with steamed broccoli, and the sauce from the chicken was a good complement when put over the broccoli. Yum!
This was wonderful!! And not alot of ingredients to be so flavorful. I used a whole chicken, although I usually only eat white meat. This was SO GOOD, I ended up eating a drumstick and part of a thigh,too!! Yes, this made me be a "little piggy" last night. I served this with Lemon Glazed Carrots . My DH packed all the leftovers for lunch today at work ( which is a rare occurence!) . Thank you so much!!
Tasty! I used chicken thighs instead, some with skin & some without. Both kinds turned out well, and the skin was crispy and delicious. The red onions caramelized wonderfully. Will keep this on hand for a quick dinner, esp. for unexpected guests :-)
I made this exactly as the recipe in the magazine and it is so quick and tasty! A keeper for sure, thanks for posting this. : )
We love paprika and honey. Honestly, my chicken isn't done yet -- but we have tasted the 'marinade' (which we doubled -- and this is insanely good!
Very happy with this recipe, everyone loved it. I did have to cook it a bit longer to get the breasts completely done. Great flavor.
Definitely a keeper. Mmmm. I had to make a couple (what I consider minor) substitutions for what I had on hand, and it still turned out very delicious. I used 2 lbs chicken parts, 2 onions and Trader Joe's South African Smoke Seasoning Blend. The seasoning blend is mostly hot paprika flakes, so it worked well in this recipe. Really yummy!