Chicken Hurry

"A quick chicken recipe, serve with plain white rice and steamed baby carrots."
 
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Ready In:
1hr 15mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Arrange chicken parts in a casserole dish.
  • In a small bowl combine the ketchup, water, sugar and soup mix.
  • Mix together well.
  • Spoon over chicken, making sure the sauce is on every piece.
  • Bake covered at 350F for one hour.

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Reviews

  1. TerrysGurl
    I used to make this often when my daughter was wee. The other day, the husband asked if would make it and Id forgotten the recipe, so thank you for providing. I have mixed this up before, using chili sauce instead of ketchup, a few good dashes of cayenne, splash of Worchestershire for a bit of depth of flavor and voila, a little twist on an old classic! Its great the way it is, but a very versatile recipe, so dare to play! Thanx again, from Canada!
     
  2. SloppyJoe
    I was pretty skeptical about the soup mix and reduced it down to somewhere between 1/2 and 3/4, I just eyeballed it. I knew as soon as I dumped it I should have run my rolling pin across it a couple of times because I don't like all those little chunky onions. Aside from that, I was super surprised to find that I liked it so much and DH enjoyed it very much as well. It was sweet, tangy, sticky and very flavorful. I did reduce the cooking time though. I always cook my thighs at 350 for 30 minutes then turn the oven off and let them rest in there for another 15-20. They come out perfect every single time. This is a keeper and a new favorite Go-To when I need something, well, in a hurry. :) Thanks for posting!
     
  3. melsmom
    We enjoyed this very much and I will definitely make this again. Very easy dish to put together. I used 1 Pk. soup mix and doubled everything else. We like a lot of sauce. I served this with rice and a salad. Thanks for the yummy recipe Graybert. Rita
     
  4. Seattle Lori
    We enjoyed this, and it certainly comes together quickly. If I were to make it again I would use half ketchup and half BBQ sauce.
     
  5. Leanne M.
    I made this exactly as the recipe stated and it was delicious!! It is now a favorite at my house!
     
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  1. TerrysGurl
    I used to make this often when my daughter was wee. The other day, the husband asked if would make it and Id forgotten the recipe, so thank you for providing. I have mixed this up before, using chili sauce instead of ketchup, a few good dashes of cayenne, splash of Worchestershire for a bit of depth of flavor and voila, a little twist on an old classic! Its great the way it is, but a very versatile recipe, so dare to play! Thanx again, from Canada!
     

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