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Orange and Soy Chicken

Orange and Soy Chicken created by lets.eat

Awesome, and yes it supposed to be THAT brown! Please plan ahead, needs to marinate several hours or overnight. (Cook time does NOT reflect marinating) Serving size is estimated due to the type of chicken pieces you choose, I used split chicken breasts.

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  • In a resealable ziploc storage or freezer bag add chicken, orange soda and soy sauce, blend well. Place in refrigerator and turn occasionally. Marinate several hours or overnight. When ready to bake, pour chicken and sauce in a 13x9x2 baking pan. Bake 350' 1 1/2 hours.
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"Awesome, and yes it supposed to be THAT brown! Please plan ahead, needs to marinate several hours or overnight. (Cook time does NOT reflect marinating) Serving size is estimated due to the type of chicken pieces you choose, I used split chicken breasts."
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  1. judyhogan
    can you make this in the crockpot, if so how long would you cook it?
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  2. ChefBobena
    I use this for "dump" cooking, and my son fell in love! It's on the regular rotation now!!
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  3. anme7039
    YUM! I made this for freezer tag, so a few days ago I put all of the ingredients in a bag (I used chicken breasts) and threw in in the fridge. I took the chicken out of the freezer to thaw in th fridge last night for dinner tonight. The chicken came out wonderfully moist and flavorful. Only took about 25 minutes to cook with boneless skinless breasts.
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  4. ChefKimmie
    This was good, nice and juicy. I used boneless-skinless breasts, and they are nortoriously dry when baked. I didn't really taste much orange, but my husband did, and he liked it, so two thumbs up! I will cut the recipe in half next time, since we never make that much chicken at once...but the left-overs are great in a salad!!!
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    Orange and Soy Chicken Created by lets.eat
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