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Easiest BBQ Chicken Ever

Easiest BBQ Chicken Ever created by lazyme

This recipe came from my Aunt Donitta; a family tradition and an easy one at that!

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  • Melt butter in glass casserole dish, put in frozen chicken, top with brown sugar, chili powder and pour bbq sauce over; bake at 400 for one hour.
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"This recipe came from my Aunt Donitta; a family tradition and an easy one at that!"
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  1. lazyme
    Easiest BBQ Chicken Ever Created by lazyme
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  2. lazyme
    This was so simple but so good. I loved that you could start with frozen chicken......what a life-saver. lol. There was plenty of sauce to keep this moist. Thanks for sharing this nice keeper.
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  3. cookingmother
    I was very skeptical about this recipe. I followed it exactly, although I only had 2 chicken breasts. It came out delicious. The only thing I would change is the cooking time. It was a little dry, so I might check it at 50 minutes, but otherwise a great fast meal when you haven't taken anything out of the freezer. Thanks for sharing!
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  4. Tayders momma
    This was just too easy. I didn't have 'hunts' so I just used what I had on hand. I used a little more brown sugar and a little less chili powder. I am always 'skeered' to experiment. Hubbie was happy because the breast was really moist. and everyone else liked it as well. Would I fix this again?!? Yes. Thanks!!
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  5. Michelle_My_Belle
    let me review this now before i forget again and lose this again. This is a great recipe for when you had nothing planned/dethawed and just want something easy and tastey. I add some worcheschire on top of the chili powder last time i made it, and mixed it in with my bbq sauces this time because i was useing the end of a couple bottles, i just sprinkle an even coat of chili powder over the brown sugar to help combat the sweetness of this dish, this is a great recipe that i make often, varying amounts because its in my head, but i would have never have come up with the concept on my own, thanks tracijean
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