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    From the Canadian Family Website: Sticky, sweet with a little savory soy sauce, this chicken is pure yummy. Destined to become a family favorite because kids love it and parents love the simplicity of this oven-to-table meal. I had a great result making this with bone in chicken leg thigh quarters. I had one piece that was skinless, and we discovered that using skinless does allow the flavor of the glaze to permeate the chicken better. This was a hit with my whole family - including my hard to please 3 year old. I used ketchup, reduced sodium soy, and lite maple syrup. Ingredients I happened to have on hand. This could NOT be easier. Adjust cooking times as needed for bone in cuts. Great with white rice and steamed broccoli. This recipe is so simple that you will probably have this assembled before your oven is preheated.

    Recipe #409574

    This recipe came from my mother. It is easy to make and looks/tastes incredible. You can use any kind of salad greens that you like, and you can substitute blue cheese for the feta if you prefer. I thought I would never have a recipe to share, since I get most of my new recipes from Zaar!

    Recipe #204663


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