Chipotle & Apricot Glazed Chicken Thighs

I recently tried this at a restaurant and attempted to duplicate tonight. It came out really good! You can really taste all of the flavors of both the glaze and the marinade. I like to make it healthier with boneless, skinless chicken thighs, but regular thighs make a nicer presentation. I am making this tomorrow night (1/15/10) for a birthday dinner....so I will post a picture :)

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  • Mix together the marinade and place in a resealable bag with the chicken. Marinate for a few hours or up to over night (which I did on accident as our plans changed).
  • Blend together all of the glaze ingredients.
  • Heat a grill to medium high and place chicken on the grill (after you discard the remaining marinade). Brush the glaze on the chicken liberally each time you flip the chicken.
  • Serve with your favorite side dish. I made a very basic green bean & carrot side with a mashed sweet potato dish.
  • Enjoy!
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"I recently tried this at a restaurant and attempted to duplicate tonight. It came out really good! You can really taste all of the flavors of both the glaze and the marinade. I like to make it healthier with boneless, skinless chicken thighs, but regular thighs make a nicer presentation. I am making this tomorrow night (1/15/10) for a birthday dinner....so I will post a picture :)"
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  1. Melanie B.
    I recently tried this at a restaurant and attempted to duplicate tonight. It came out really good! You can really taste all of the flavors of both the glaze and the marinade. I like to make it healthier with boneless, skinless chicken thighs, but regular thighs make a nicer presentation. I am making this tomorrow night (1/15/10) for a birthday dinner....so I will post a picture :)
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