By Lorac on September 10, 2002
Photo by WiGal
Photo by WiGal
"Spice up your life a little with this easy to make stove top chicken dish."
Serving Size: 1 (210 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This was definitely not what I expected! So when I got over it (haha) I realized I had a five star dish in front of me. It has a mild flavor, and is reminiscent of a meat dish with a sweet(ish) chutney. I think it would be great with mashed potatoes, and a green veggie with a sprinkling of balsalmic vinegar."
"I have an abundance of homemade jalapeno jelly in the pantry & am delighted to discover this delicious recipe! The recipe was easy to prepare and the results company worthy. Made for the Lorac cookathon 2014."
"Needed something quick and always looking for that extra gourmet touch and we found it. Had a bag of chicken breast pcs and no jalapeno pepper jelly so used the red pepper jelly we had opened in the fridge. Loved the heat and the sweet!! Wished we had doubled to sauce. Served with brown rice and chickpeas"
"This is a very easy, very good recipe I added a large shallot and fresh garlic, I will make this often thank you for your recipe"
"a fantastic recipe. simple and delicious. definately make this one. My husband and toddler (known to be picky at times) both love this one."
"Delicious! I make my own pepper jam in bread maker so when I saw this I had to try it and so glad I did. Thanks Lorac for sharing. Made for Zaar Cookbook tag."
"We can pepper jelly every summer and when I saw this recipe, I had to give it a try. What a wonderful sauce--I think this would be good on pork as well, We use different peppers in our jelly--tried the banana pepper jelly this time, but will be using all of our flavors--using a different one each time to find our favorite. Can't wait--thank you."
"Everyone here loved it!"
"I made this for my husband last night and he raved. I added chipotle pepper powder to the spice mix which gave it a little smoky flavor. He is begging me to make this again - often!"
"Thank you! We enjoyed this very simple and quick recipe!!!! It's very tasty. I used the "mild" jelly and it was just right for us. I used the thin cut chicken breasts -- so got to skip the "pounding" step. We have some left overs and I think it woulde make excellent fajitas or tacos (or taco salad)!!!! This is very good and VERY quick and easy. Thanks."
"I just made this recipe for husband and I and we both loved it!!!!Next time i will use less broth and vinegar and add more jelly cos i loved the jelly flavour to it! deff a 5+ recipe!"
"Great flavor! I may make the sauce in a separate pot next time to avoid extra oil/fat."
"This was great, made this twice once with the chicken breasts and once with drumettes, I reduced the amount of chicken broth and vinigar by half and upped the jelly (homemade hot pepper jelly) to come up with a sort of thickess glaze and it turned out great. Thanks for the great recipe."
"Another wonderful chicken dish from Lorac! I love your food, you're one of my favorites on zaar! This chicken has a nice sweet and sour taste, with a hint of spice. I added only 2 TBS of Jalapeno Jelly next time I will add 3 maybe even 4 for a little more heat. At the store they only had Jalapeno Lime Jelly. Turned out great though! Love this chicken and will make again! Get well soon please!- Made for Cook-A-Thon for Lorac"
"I have made this twice now and both times it has been great! I didn't have the jalapeno jelly so I used mild pepper jelly and some hot sauce. I finally found some jalapeno jelly and am def. going to try it with that next time. This is super easy to make and good."
"I only had regular red pepper relish and it turned out so well, the flavour was great. The next time I will use a hotter jelly, it should be terrific."
"Very easy to make. Good comments made by all family members. Added 1tsp flour to thicken sauce. Served with mash potatoes & salad. Will be making this again. Thank you Lorac."
"A delicious chicken entree, quick & easy to prepare, a wee bit spicy & a wee bit sweet! I used Hot Red Pepper Jelly (#58516) by JellyQueen & a good quality balsamic, served with Kittencal's Roasted Honey Dijon Potatoes (#81989) and tinned corn. Thanx Carol!"
"Excellent. I subbed chicken tenders and increased the spices a bit to coat them all. I used about 3 1/2 Tbs of Hot Pepper Jelly #95632 that I canned this fall. The flavor is really full-bodied. The sauce didn't thicken so much as it reduced, so make sure you have something to sop it up! :) Served with a green salad, garlic-roasted potatoes & crusty whole-grain rolls. I'll definitely make this one again."
"This was excellent - I loved the thick, sticky sauce (although I used a little more pepper jelly than you called for). We get locally made pepper jelly in various flavors from the farmer's market, and it's great to find a use for it that doesn't involve cream cheese and crackers! And the chicken itself was really excellent before I even put the sauce on!"