By Michelle_My_Belle on March 11, 2007
Photo by Lavender Lynn
Photo by Lavender Lynn
"Similar to Subway's sweet and spicy glaze. Tastes wonderful on chicken (personally I like to melt some American cheese on top and make a sandwich). I'm sure it would go well with pork or any other white meat also... enjoy! Todd Wilbur- TSR recipe * consider if mixture ends up too acidic add some extra sugar and vice versa if its too sugary add an extra half to whole tablespoon of vinegar"
Serving Size: 1 (58 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"This glaze was delicious! I didn't add any extra vinegar or sugar at all. :D It was super simple to make and I had all the ingredients for it, too. :D Thanks, Michelle!"
"I never let it cool - and used it hot and fresh. I liked it a lot... and my husband raved over it! That's saying something, as he is almost never impressed."
"This is a really good sauce but to me it tastes more like a teriyaki sauce than a bourbon sauce. None-the-less it is a very good sauce. Thanks for posting!"
"OMG!!! I made this glaze and put it in the crockpot over some grilled chicken tenders for my step-son's graduation party yesterday and they were delicious. They were gone before the party was half over. Made exactly as the recipe states and I personally wouldn't change a thing!! Many asked for the recipe!! This will be a keeper!! I think it would be great drizzled over grilled shrimp as well! Thanks for the recipe!!"
"Wowee! Glad I found this! I made some to go on a few pounds of chicken tenders and they were a huge hit. This awesome recipe now resides in my cookbook and I will use it again....maybe over Cornish Game Hens next time. One thing-I accidently used 'clove' instead of 'a clove of garlic'. Didn't matter much. In fact it may have made it even better! Also used a little Balsamic vinegar along with apple cider vinegar."
"Oh man..this sauce is just fantastic!! We went mad for it,and have been slapping it on everything in sight. Really great on chicken-but we have also been using it as a dipping sauce with much success. A great find..thank you so much for sharing!!"
"GREAT GREAT GREAT tasting sauce. Had some leftover chicken breast from last night. I did though add a pinch more cayenne pepper. Since there were only 4 of us, I did halve the recipe. Plan on using the rest for a recipe of my own. A keeper here. Made for PRMR tag."
"A very tasty sauce. I made a quarter portion of the recipe for two and to accommodate our taste preferences, I omitted the cayenne pepper and reduced the worcestershire sauce; and increased the garlic powder and lemon juice. We enjoyed this on grilled skinless chicken breasts, and it really gave them a lift. A recipe I'll certainly make again. Thank you for sharing it, Michelle! Made for PRMR."
"I tried this tonight using this recipe as a baseline and combining it with another and I loved the results. I used a little more of each ingredient, added apple juice, used cider vinegar and my family was very pleased. I also used brown sugar. I must admit that I was a bit nervous since I didn't follow the recipe exactly. I guess you can say I kind of experimented but did use the basics. I love trying new things and this I really liked this recipe and so did my family. My two year old was upset when I ate a spoonful of food off his plate. He told me I had to give him more. We didn't even have left overs. Thanks"
"This is very good, easy and quick. The flavors blend together great. I followed ingredients exactly except for adding cayenne pepper. It is too spicey for me. Made for Market Tag 2008."
"To quote my son 'this is 10 times better than the Subway sauce' and we both like Subway. I followed the recipe exactly and won't change a thing the next time I make it. Definitely a keeper. Thanks, Michelle_your_Belle for a great recipe."
"A very tasty, tangy, sweet and sour sauce and very easy to make. I left out the salt since I figures the soy sauce and worcestershire sauce would have plenty and, for our tastes, I was right. To our tastes it seems like it wants something though. More onion? Crushed pineapple? Chopped apricots? A pinch of celery seed? A dash of mustard? I'll try a variation next time."
"This was definitely a keeper, so delish! Sorry I don't have a camera! I made this exactly as stated (no adding more vinegar or sugar.) The only difference was using Sucanat instead of white sugar. So easy and quick to make. We poured it over a cut up chicken. This would taste really great on skinless/boneless breast. The skin was not quite done on ours (which we usu. have a problem with!)"
"I just made this sauce and took a taste and its sooooo good! A tiny bit too acidic for me, but it may mellow after the time in the fridge. If not, next time I will add a little extra sugar. The only thing I omitted was the sage, because I didn't have any. I will serve this over chicken with some rice later tonight. Thanks for posting!"
"This wonderful sauce has lots of potential and can be used many ways I added in a little more ketchup and cayenne pepper as we like things very spicy, I fried up some flour-coated cubed chicken breast then aded to the sauce and served with rice, I will make this again, it's wonderful! thanks so much for sharing this great recipe Michelle!...Kitten:)"