By Lori Mama on August 17, 2011
Photo by Baby Kato
Photo by Baby Kato
"Very simple recipe made with pantry staples, just add the chicken."
Serving Size: 1 (230 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"A big hit with my youngest son's family ~ David ate four thighs and will take the last two for his lunch tomorrow! I did change the cooking method a bit ~ I roasted the thighs uncovered for 30 minutes, turned them and basted with about 1/3 the sauce. Roasted another 15 minutes and basted again ~ I knew we would not eat the sauce over anything, so I increased the oven temp to 400F for the last 10 minutes, changing the sauce into a nice glaze! Tagged under the 24-hr rule, Fall Photo Tag 2012."
"This was really good! I used 4 small bone in thighs, and the full recipe of sauce. We love sauce over our rice, so this was the perfect amount. I loved the flavor, both sweet and savory at the same time. Next time I might add some grated ginger, because it goes so well with the flavors that are already here; but we were very happy with this as written. Definitely a make again. Thanks for sharing!"
"This was a hit at our house! My son really enjoyed it, and ate 6 thighs! The flavor of the sauce is very good...really permeated the meat. I will definitely make this again...easy to make after a day at work. Thanks so much for sharing!"
"I absolutely loved this and so did my family. That's why I'm back on this site finding the recipe again. It's so simple even I might be able to remember off by heart after this round. Two thumbs up for sure!!"
"Made this recipe recently and it was a hit! I followed with the only exception being that I used just a touch of garlic powder instead of the minced garlic because I did not want any complaints from the young kids. I may try this again without the flour. Great flavors and of course it was moist - chicken thighs always are. Thanks for posting such a simple and flavorful recipe, Lori Mama."
"These were wonderful Lori Mama, We enjoyed these tasty thighs very much. They were perfectly cooked, had great flavor and were nicely glazed. The recipe was quick and easy to make. I made this dish exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. Thanks for sharing a recipe that I will try again. Made for Pac Spring Safari"
"Delicious! Just pulled from oven and sampled one before dinner. Way better than any store bought honey garlic sauce with its modified this and dehydrated that. And so easy...with ingredients you probably already have around the house! Yum Yum! Will use this sauce for chicken wings also!! Made EXACTLY as per recipe with 9 medium thighs. Added a photo too. :)"
"Made this with 5 b/s thighs, but kept the sauce amounts the same. Was very good! I liked how the sauce thickened up and was still sweet, but not too sweet thanks to the addition of soy sauce. Will make this again, we usually eat b/s thighs and this cooked up quick. Made for Everyday Holiday."
"OMG Lori Mama this is one real winner thoroughly enjoyed. I used 9 thighs between 3 of us (but had 2 left over for sandwiches) and they had a total weight of just under 1K. Such a simple recipe, I just dredged the thighs through the flour in a shallow bowl and shook and layered in the baking dish and followed through, spooned some of the sauce over the chicken when serving, delicious, thank you Lori Mama, made for Everyday A Holiday."