Barbecued Chicken Breasts

"This is not only quick and easy but great tasting as well. Had I not tasted this delicious grilled chicken I likely would never have chosen to make a barbecue sauce that had horseradish as one of the ingredients, but having tasted it I just had to have the recipe. Good friends share!"
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  • Make Sauce: In a small saucepan combine ketchup, cider vinegar, horseradish, brown sugar, minced garlic, thyme and black pepper; whisk together to mix ingredients. Bring to a boil over medium/low heat. Cook about five minutes until thickened. Remove from heat.
  • Brush chicken breasts with sauce (both sides) and place in foil lined pan.
  • Broil or grill basting with remaining sauce until no longer pink in centre. Allow to stand five minutes before serving.

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  1. This was delicious!
  2. Five stars all the way my friend. What a delicious way to prepare chicken and it was so quick and easy. My dh & I loved this dish. Made exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. Kudos on a lovely recipe, the tart, sweet, tangy bbq sauce and tender, moist, flavorful chicken were wonderful. I can't wait to enjoy this again, thanks so much for sharing. :)
  3. A great flavour with a secret ingredient......the horseradish!! Very easy to make and one for my "keepers" file to have again. Made for Aus/NZ swap April 2010. Thanks for sharing :)
  4. This recipe was wonderful. Worth the wait in trying :) thanks made for RECIPE SWAP #35 - December 2009
  5. DH loved it. The chicken was broiled in a broiler pan with a small amount of water in the pan itself. The chicken stayed moist and delicious. The sauce was super quick to make. The dish was served with a side of chilled asparagus. Made for *Partying the Diabetic Way*


<p>I live in Saskatchewan where hospitality and food go hand in hand. Community suppers, Beef Pit Barbecues, Church suppers, potlucks, tea and bake sales, booths at the curling and hockey rinks in winter, the ball games in summer. What is truly the spirit of Saskatchewan is that these events are for most part the efforts of community volunteers sharing their time as well as their best make and takes. Small communities along with the larger centres across the province are well known for their turkey suppers, cabbage rolls, perogies and overflowing dessert tables. Homemade of course! <br /> <br />I love preparing meals for my family and friends and in the sharing of good recipes be they mine or that of another. My posted recipes are recipes that are family favorites. My reviews here on Zaar allow that I have been most fortunate in the choosing of the recipes I have made. Without doubt we all love those over the top desserts and dishes to serve on special occasions and for those fives are a given. For me equally important are the recipes used in the daily meal preparation. Recipes enjoyed by my family be it a simple soup, salad or casserole are right up there with the 'over the tops' and share equal billing. Yes five star ratings ... if my family enjoyed, I would serve to invited guests, take to a pot luck, coffee hour or bake sale. <br /></p> <p>Aside from cooking and baking I admit that my interest in gardening exceeds that of the norm. I collect cookbooks, my favorites being the community and church cookbooks that have everyone sharing their favorite recipes. Enjoy yard sales on occasion but tend to keep my hands in my pockets, cannot completely resist when it comes to the glassware, baskets and of course cookbooks. I take great pleasure in reading with non fiction being my first choice when it comes to the choosing.</p>
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