Maple Baked Chicken

Maple Baked Chicken created by Cookin-jo

Each only 4 WW Points.

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1hr 20mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Stir together flour, salt and pepper. Dust chicken with flour mixture, patting off excess.
  • Coat a large nonstick, ovenproof frying pan with Pam. Add chicken and brown on both sides, about 3 minutes per side.
  • Stir together maple syrup, thyme and sage and pour over chicken. Lay onions over chicken and then pour chicken broth over all.
  • Cover and bake 1 hour, basting occasionally with pan sauce.
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  1. Amber
    Pretty good!
  2. metrozazie
    This was so much better than I expected! The chicken was as moist as I've ever made it. And oh so yummy. Not too sweet at all. I even made a gravy out of the pan drippings for my mashed potatoes and that was a great bonus (ok, the gravy was a bit sweet, but still delicious). Very easy to make too. Oh, I should say that I skipped the breading and just browned the chicken really well before putting it in the oven. Also, I used real quality maple syrup (I live in Quebec, so it's plentiful and cheap here).
  3. kellychris
    This chicken came out so moist and tasty!! My entire family loved it!! ( Didn't hurt that it had SYRUP in it!!) The breading has great flavor and the onions cook up so nice and mellow out- Thanks so much!!
  4. Whisper
    This is a wonderful and delicious recipe and very easy to make! Great flavor! The sweetness from the maple was very subtle, and the chicken was very moist. My family loved it and I will be making this again often. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
  5. anme7039
    This recipe produced a most lovely tender and moist chicken breast. I scaled it down to serve two, and it made more that enough for my mother and I. The maple syrup (even tho I used low sugar) made this a bit too sweet for my mother but I enjoyed it! I did not bother frying the chicken first, I just went right to the baking so I had less dishes to clean! I only had to bake it for about 35 minutes.... maybe because I used a meat mallet on my chicken before I cooked it. Great recipe!
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