Ready in 45 minutes
Tastes great! Very easy to make! I started it at 300-350 degrees so I didn't have to wait so long. The results were still delicious! My family loved it! This recipe has gotten rave reviews from a lot of people who've tried it.
"This recipe was excellent! I made a few changes though. I used a glass baking dish coated with non-stick cooking spray. I increased temp to 350 and cooked chicken breasts for 25 min and 10 min. so it wouldn't be too dry. I basted the chicken with the glaze 4 times (turning the chicken over each time). I also added crushed red pepper to the sauce to spice it up a bit. I only used 2 chicken breasts so I cut the cooking time way back. This is a recipe I will definitely try over and over again!! Thanks so much to the poster... It's delicious!!"- cogramma
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Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
Coat chicken with flour seasoned with garlic salt, paprika and ginger.
Arrange chicken skin side up in a single layer in baking pan.
Roast, uncovered, for 1 hour.
Drain. Mix other ingredients in a pot over a low flame. Pour over baked chicken when sugar has suitably melted. Bake for another 2 hours at 250 degrees or until chicken is done and delicously glazed.
Basting and turning at least once will ensure an evenly coated glaze.
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Jhall23 6 months agoSo good! Going into my regular rotation. Love when I find a new chicken recipe. Served it with rice and broccoli. The sauce went yummy over it all. I also cooked it as a previous reviewer said. 25 min then about 15 min basting often.
susan293 6 months ago
1Chefarmiller 2 years agoThis is a family favorite. Chicken is very tender. Sauce was delicious!
Brocantes 2 years agoYum! The only thing I did different was to place the chicken under the broiler for 10-15 minutes at the end. Definitely will cook this again!
dwskeels 3 years agoSubstituted sherry for water, which added a flavor complexity that my family loved. We'll have this frequently.
Monique1978 4 years agoThis is my families all time favorite chicken dish! I serve the chicken on the side and we spoon the sauce over wild rice. We love the sweet flavor and it keeps the meat very moist and tender. This is also excellent with boneless pork chops!
Difeng 4 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
hystad52 4 years agovery sweet, i lined the bottom of a glass baking pan with slices of white onions and served the onions on top. great! i would suggest adding some dried whole red peppers to cook with the sauce, it needs to be spicy, and i suggest searing the outside of the chicken then bake it, this gives it a nice texture combination while searing in the juices.
cogramma 4 years agoI cooked this tonight and I made another slight modification and it turned out great! I replaced the Soy Sauce with Honey Teriyaki Marinade and my husband loved it!!!
cogramma 4 years agoThis recipe was excellent! I made a few changes though. I used a glass baking dish coated with non-stick cooking spray. I increased temp to 350 and cooked chicken breasts for 25 min and 10 min. so it wouldn't be too dry. I basted the chicken with the glaze 4 times (turning the chicken over each time). I also added crushed red pepper to the sauce to spice it up a bit. I only used 2 chicken breasts so I cut the cooking time way back. This is a recipe I will definitely try over and over again!! Thanks so much to the poster... It's delicious!!
df09546 4 years agoIt takes a long time and is kind of bland.
chindadoll 4 years agoI made this last night. Although I tweaked it a bit. I added fresh minced garlic and ginger to the sauce. Let it marinade with the brown sugar. The flavor was rich!! and My bf loved it so much, he insisted we get married, right then and there!!! HAha.
mrleowashingtonjr 4 years agoI know many complain about the damage to cookware; be smart next time and use a glass baking dish. My family loved it When I made it two weeks ago, and I will be making it again tonight!
leonieintamworth 4 years agogreat!
cpbooks2 4 years agoEveryone LOVED this chicken, the only thing I did different is I rubbed the chicken in molasses before powdering them with flour mixture and used teriyaki sauce instead of soy sauce. Was very very good!
jecliff 4 years agoGOOD STUFF! Cooked as to recipe the chicken will fall from the bone. We deviated by using leg quarters (leg and thigh). This recipe is next to impossible to eat without messy fingers. Include an extra napkin at the setting.
Natorinate 4 years agomy children loved this recipe. We tried it again with wingettes, and it still was finger licken good.
feckedupmummy 4 years agoYou really need to line your baking tray with foil or once you've cooked this it'll be fit for the bin only!lol I fried an onion and a red pepper and mixed them through boiled rice and served this with the chicken... it had just enough flavour to enhance it but, if you have anything too much with it the flavours can overload a bit as the chicken is so strong it doesnt need much else!
sherlocklabs 5 years agoI made this dish a little differently....I used my crockpot. I prepared everything the night before. Put everything in my crockpot the next morning on low (my chicken was still frozen...even though it was defrosting in the fridge the whole night). I heeded the warnings about how STICKY this recipe was to make...and sprayed my crock with Pam before putting anything into it. It cooked all day on low...until I got home from work...and YUMMMMMO! This is a very tasty dish...even picky hubby liked it. Yes...this is a VERY sticky dish...so make sure you spray your pan well with Pam (like I did)...or use foil in your pan..to make clean up easier. Definitely a keeper! :) May try the marinade on pork at some point....I think that would be very good too!
amandakrylo 5 years agoVery nice!