Saucy Baked Chicken
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 30 min.
Has anyone notice that the ingredients for this recipe are quite expensive? I just happened to have a huge bottle of honey from Sam's club, but a whole cup? That's like the whole one of those little bears, plus half a cup of soy sauce, which is an ingredient most recipes use by the teaspoon or tbsp. Then you are supposed to take the chicken out when it is done and keep it warm for 15 minutes while you reduce the sauce. This could cause the chicken to dry out. The sauce was good, but honestly, it tasted like the teriyaki sauce I buy in the bottle. Using that would be less hassle and less expensive. Not for a person on a budget.
Very good. Juicy.
Made this for dinner tonight, and we thought it was wonderful. It went together very quickly, popped in the oven, and came out browned and juicy. I used only 1/2 c. of honey, and kept the rest the same. I also used chicken thighs instead of breasts, and they were tender and tasty. Will make again.
My family really enjoyed this chicken dish! I used only about 3/4 cup of honey, increased the soy sauce and added a bit more ketchup. After reducing, I did thicken the sauce with some flour. The sauce was yummy and the chicken was great served over rice. This is an easy weeknight meal!
Delicious chicken. Kept the chicken moist and with good flavor.
Nope, didn't care for this sauce at all. The soy sauce taste was too strong, and maybe I reduced it too much, but the sauce started to harden as it cooled. I'm soaking my saucepan now in the hopes that I can salvage it. The chicken did come out very tender though.
I made this dish for dinner last night. I considered browning the chicken first, (flavor in the brown), but decided to make the recipe exactly. Saving that step of browning, I put this dish together in 5 minutes. My husband and I both loved it. I suggested to my husband maybe we use a little chipoltle or cayenne for heat to balance the sweet next time, but he didn't think we would need to. So this dish is a definite keeper, the added heat to be decided upon later. We served with rice and corn. Delish!
The chicken came out super tender, and it was nice to have the ingredients on hand. However, the sauce was not a huge hit. Too much soy sauce perhaps, in comparison to other ingredients? Probably would not make again.
The chicken came out tender but unfortunately no one in the family liked the sauce. We had to throw out the sauce which was a waste but we ate the chicken breasts.
Outstanding. Saving the sauce recipe also for pork. Added a bit of minced ginger..and stuffed the breasts with a breakfast sausage and stuffing mixture. A keeper !!!! Why doesn't it have more ratings??!!! And a big plus, it' super easy!