Orange Teriyaki Chicken

Orange Teriyaki Chicken created by CoffeeB

From an old Betty Crocker booklet. The original had the chicken cooked in the microwave but I always found it to be a bit dry - so I adjusted it to bake in the oven. I serve this over a nice brown rice and with a crusty bread.

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  • Preheat oven to 350F and lightly spray a 3 quart casserole dish.
  • Arrange chicken breasts in casserole dish.
  • Mix brown sugar and cornstarch.
  • Add apple juice, teriyaki sauce, oil and garlic to the brown sugar mixture.
  • Pour this over the chicken.
  • Cover with foil and bake for 25 minutes, basting with sauce a few times through baking.
  • Uncover and top with orange segments and green onions and continue baking an addition 5-10 minutes or until chicken reaches a temperature of 180 degrees.
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"From an old Betty Crocker booklet. The original had the chicken cooked in the microwave but I always found it to be a bit dry - so I adjusted it to bake in the oven. I serve this over a nice brown rice and with a crusty bread."
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  1. Chocolatl
    I didn't see any reason to waste all that juice in the can and replace it with apple juice, so I just used it instead. Delicious chicken, and the sauce was delectable with rice. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT Witchin Kitchen.
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  2. Redsie
    Loved the mix of mandarin and chicken!! Yummy!! Used orange juice instead of apple and followed the rest of the recipe! Thanks! :)
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  3. Sydney Mike
    Absolutely loved this chicken dish! Great combination of flavors! I served it with brown rice (pretty much a staple in my kitchen) & the sauce on the rice was GREAT! Thanks for sharing your recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hit Wonders cooking game]
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  4. CoffeeB
    My DS's love chinese food and so I knew by making this recipe that they would be pleased. It did not disappoint. The only thing I omitted as you can see by the picture is the onions. This was purely for there convenience as they do not have a love for onions. Wonderful flavor in the sauce which to me was the best part. It thickened up nicely the longer it cooked. I don't eat meat and only a bit of chicken on occasion. This time I had to at least try a bite. Wonderful Melissa....you have a winner here for those that love a good chinese dish. Made for NewestZaar Tag~
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  5. CoffeeB
    Orange Teriyaki Chicken Created by CoffeeB
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