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Baked Garlic Brown Sugar Chicken

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

 photo: www.food.com



Baked Garlic Brown Sugar Chicken

Ingredients:
  • 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced
  • 4 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 3 teaspoons olive oil

Instructions:
  1. Preheat oven to 500°F and lightly grease a casserole dish.
  2. In small sauté pan, sauté garlic with the oil until tender.
  3. Remove from heat and stir in brown sugar.
  4. Place chicken breasts in a prepared baking dish and cover with the garlic and brown sugar mixture.
  5. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Bake uncovered for 15-30 minutes.

original recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/easy-garlic-chicken-5478

22 comments:

  1. So I made this for dinner tonight.. and it was AMAZING! Even my very picky husband loved it! One word of advice though.. the sugar bubbled up and burt to the edges of my baking dish, so I recommend lining the dish with heavy tin foil. Another thing I may try is adding corn syrup to the brown sugar and garlic to make a thicker glaze.

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    1. If you do end up adding corn syrup would you mind sharing how much? Looking forward to trying this one!

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  2. Made this tonight for Dinner, it was AWESOME!! I changed a couple things.... I baked it at 400 for 27 minutes so it came out nice and juicy.... Also once chicken was in dish i poked several holes all over chicken so the brown sugar glaze could get into the chicken! Will be making this again!

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  3. There comments really help to adjust the recipe correctly. Thinking of trying this tonight with fried rice. Hmmmmm

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  4. gonna try it with drumsticks.... wish me luck

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  5. I make this all the time at home. To make the glaze thicker I use honey instead of syrup. I also sprinkle a little cayenne pepper on the chicken... Gives it a sweet and spicy flavor.... YUM! I also grill the chicken in this mixture it is a favorite in my house :-)

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  6. What types of sides would go good with this recipe?

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  7. I'm making this tonight with a side of garlic mashed cauliflower and salad.

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  8. made it last night. LOVED it! baked @ 400 degrees for 27 minutes. poked holes in the chicken before baking to let everything soak in. came out SO nicely moist and flavored! added some honey to the glaze to thicken it up.

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    1. Do I cook the chicken first before adding the glaze?? And then put the glaze and cook it again???

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    2. You put the chicken in the oven uncooked. The oven is set to 500° so if you were to cook the chicken first & then put it in the oven youd end up with very dried out chicken. I would set oven at 400 no need to put it that high.

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  9. Quick question- I'm allergic to garlic (yes, I know WEIRD). Can I do this recipe with onions or shallots? What would make for a good replacement?

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    2. I'd say you'll just have to get your flavor in different ways. You'd be surprised at how many foods taste great with just salt & pepper. Experiment with herbs, to see what flavors you like. Parsley, rosemary, thyme, sweet basil and oregano are some good ones to start with.

      There is a cooking tradition which avoids both onions and garlic. Both are considered to stimulate passions, though I can't figure out how these could do that. This cuisine is followed by many Brahmins (the upper caste in India). Maybe you could google and find out more about their cooking methods.

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  10. I am trying this soon!!! Hmmm...yummy!

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  11. This looks soooo nice. Will have to try it for my family :)

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  12. I'm trying this tonight! Served with Campeon Tequila Mango Margaritas and Roasted brussels sprouts and cauliflower sprinkled with feta, chopped mint and fig balsamic vinegar.

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  13. Im making this for dinner tonight and was wondering if someone could tell me how much and when should the honey be added? Also I was wondering if I shouk d precook the chicjen before putting it in the oven.....20 minutes just doesn't seem like enough time. I'm thinking either the chicken will be under cooked or tough. Please help quick!!!

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  14. Did you ever make this?? I want to try it but like you I'm worried about only cooling the chicken for 20min. It doesn't seem long enough :( also, how much honey?

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    1. Notice it says 500° oven temp? Yeah 20 mins is PLENTY lol

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  15. Get a meat thermometer. Chicken should be cooked to an internal temp of about 165 degrees (if I remember correctly)

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