Pretty delicious. I don't use the onion mix because it adds an odd flavor in my opinion. I use fat free Catalina to counter act the brown sugar. I also add about half a cup of black berry jam. My toddler loves it! Thanks for the recipe reminder!
Another friend told me about this recipe and was delighted to find this one already posted! I make this quite often and almost always omit the brown sugar as we don't feel it's needed. The Catalina dressing is quite sweet enough! I love to serve this over plain white or Jasmine rice with steamed broccoli and water chestnuts. Highly recommend this to anybody wanting a quick, easy, kid friendly dish on a weeknight. Guests have been pleasantly surprised by this dish more than once! Thanks for sharing!
Simple easy good dish. Made a huge amount of sauce, which is good for serving over rice.
How can something this simple taste so good? I cut the recipe in half and had 2 lovely meals. The first I made a vegetable fried rice (no sauce)also broccoli & carrots on the side - wonderful. Next night I had it with plain rice and I actually preferred it with the plain - The flavor is excellent. I used skinless boneless thighs (on sale)- they needed a full 45 minutes baking. Thanks Parsly for an excellent recipe that is great for a family dinner or for a special company dinner
This was delicious. I made it a day ahead and reheated when I got home from work...I'm sure this enhanced the flavor even more. I did use a low fat Catalina dressing, which didn't seem to affect the outcome. This is a keeper.
I've been making this for years now, minus the brown sugar which I have to say really adds something to it. My kids love it although dh wont eat sweet and sour anything. I always use the cranberry jelly but I do add carrots to it. Glad to find it here.
This was quick and easy to make and good to eat. Didn't have any whole berry cranberry sauce so just used the jelly cranberry sauce, don't know if that makes a difference or not. DH did say he wouldn't mind having it again some time. Thank you for the recipe.