Monday, July 27, 2009

Yummy Sauce for Chicken

There are so many great ways to prepare chicken. This recipe is from my friend Betti. I usually have boneless skinless chicken breasts in the freezer for quick supper meals. This sauce glazes the chicken and gives the meat a wonderful flavor.

Sauce
-1/2 cup honey
-1/2 cup ketchup
-2 tbsp brown sugar
-1 tsp prepared mustard
-3 tbsp apple cider vinegar
-4 tbsp teriyaki
-1 tbsp cornstarch
-1 cup water
-6-8 chicken breast


Method
Heat first 6 ingredients in saucepan. Whisk together cornstarch and water. Add to saucepan, and continue to heat until thickened. If you want to make the sauce in the microwave, whisk together all the ingredients and heat until thickened, stirring several times. Place chicken breasts in a 9x13 glass pan and pour hot sauce over meat. Bake uncovered in 350ยบ oven for 1 to 1 1/2 hours, turning occasionally. Serve with hot rice, vegetables and a salad.

19 comments:

  1. I love it when i can look at the ingredients and know I have them all .. .thanks Kathy . .and Betti!

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  2. This does look delicious, Kathy!

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  3. The recipe looks delicous but I am wondering about teriaki. Teriaki what? I love your blog and follow it constantly.

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  4. This looks delicious and easy, perfect for busy day meals! Love the addition of teriaki.

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  5. I was looking for a chicken recipe for dinner sometime this week to fill my 'wednesday void' and I have ALL the ingredients on hand! Perfection! Thank you!

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  6. Mmmmmm.... I'd make this for supper tonight except Vic just said not to turn the oven on... but this recipe is on my menu..first cloudy day!!!!

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  7. This is perfect! I always have chicken in the freezer - and I know I have those nights when hubs is almost home and I've completely forgotten about dinner!

    What a time saver! Thanks Kathy!

    - Jen

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  8. A little different twist for a chicken sauce...looks yummy! I will give it a try.

    (I'm thinking I know the Betti where this recipe originated. Thanks for sharing.)

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  9. Another chicken dish. How amazing.
    I'm sure it tastes as good as it looks.

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  10. That looks amazing!! Definitely a keeper recipe.

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  11. Just stumbled across your blog through a google search. Wow! What a treasure! I was just looking through an old Mennonite Church cookbook this very evening (what prompted the search).

    I grew up Mennonite in the US in Western OK. Can't help but wonder what all of your last names (or maiden names) are! :) I have to know more! I scanned your recipe file and all the familiar ones are there--some spelled differently than I am used to.

    If anyone would like to email, I would love to know more about you (you can contact me through my blogger profile). I will definitely be back for some yummy recipes! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Anonymous, teriaki sauce can be found in most supermarkets. I find mine in the same area as the soy sauce. The brand I have in my fridge right now is Kinkoman, but I have used other brands. I always use the thick one. Hope that helps you.
    Amber, glad you found our site. We will look forwared to your visits. Kathy

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  13. Your picture is beautiful, Kathy. Thanks for another practical recipe.

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  14. I made this last night for supper, and it was delicious! Thank you!

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  15. I made this for dinner last night and it was fantastic! Not only did my kitchen smell wonderful, but everyone in my family cleaned their plate!

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  16. HI THERE
    JUST HAVE TOO SAY THE SAUCE WITH THE CHICKEN IS WONDERFUL. GREAT TASTE TOO , WE ALL LOVE IT

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  17. Hi! Would you be able to make this recipe in the crockpot and if so, how? I'm always scared the meat isn't going to be done.

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