Chicken Breasts with Spicy Honey Orange Glaze

Chicken Breasts with Spicy Honey Orange Glaze created by Derf2440

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  • In small bowl, combine honey with juice concentrate, orange zest, garlic, salt and red pepper flakes.
  • Rinse chicken with cold water and pat dry. Season lightly with salt.
  • In large non-stick skillet, heat margarine and oil over medium-high heat. Add chicken and cook about 4 minutes, until seared.
  • Turn chicken, cook another 4 minutes until just cooked through.
  • Pour honey mixture over chicken and cook, turning chicken to coat as sauce begins to thicken, about 2 min.
  • Serve chicken breasts with honey-orange glaze spooned over the top.
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  1. Anonymous
    Chicken Breasts with Spicy Honey Orange Glaze Created by Anonymous
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    Chicken Breasts with Spicy Honey Orange Glaze Created by Anonymous
  3. maggie.m.carver
    Switched out the concentrate for 1/2 cup of fresh squeezed OJ. Switched out the corn starch with flour, by dredging the dry breasts. Also skipped the pepper flakes, and added 1/2 tsp cayenne instead. Added 1/2 cup orange marmalade. Got raves!
  4. maggie.m.carver
    Switched out the concentrate for 1/2 cup of fresh squeezed OJ. Switched out the corn starch with flour, by dredging the dry breasts. Also skipped the pepper flakes, and added 1/2 tsp cayenne instead. Added 1/2 cup orange marmalade. Got raves!
  5. Mrs. Atkins
    I made this again with the described changes and it came out amazing. I didn't have red pepper flakes, so I used red pepper. It was spicy, but very good. The orange zest makes it.<br/><br/>Original Review: This is great! I cut the recipe measurements in half to cook for two chicken breasts. Although I accidentally used a whole clove of garlic (instead of halving the amount), it still came out great. I figured: 1) you can never have too much garlic and 2) garlic cloves vary in size anyway.<br/><br/>My husband really liked this and I found the meal to be satisfying. The thing I liked about this particular recipe is it tasted like Southern BBQ without having to grill or roast for hours.<br/><br/>Next time I am going to try cooking it in a regular skillet instead of an iron skillet to see if the sauce is a better consistency. Also, because I used a carmelized honey, it further carmelized more than necessary through the cooking. I think using a regular honey would yield better results.
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