Honey Baked Chicken | The Gingered Whisk: Honey Baked Chicken

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Honey Baked Chicken

   
Honey Baked Chicken (The Gingered Whisk) This is a fantastic chicken dish to make for company or for a great meal! Love the sauce and the golden skin!

This is by far my absolute favorite way to eat chicken. This chicken is super moist, and super tasty, the skin is gorgeously browned, and the sauce is amazing.  It's easy to prepare, too, and it looks as fantastic as it tastes. This baked chicken dish is great whether you have company coming over for a dinner party or you are just cooking for family.


Honey Baked Chicken (The Gingered Whisk) - Awesome chicken!!! Great chicken for a dinner party! So delicious!


Don't be scared of the mustard and curry powder combination in the sauce. You don't really taste either addition, but they combine with the honey and melted butter beautifully to create a luxurious sauce for the chicken. Can a baked chicken recipe be luxurious? I'm going with it. Be brave enough to try this chicken and you will become fast friends forever!


Honey Baked Chicken (The Gingered Whisk)



12 comments:

  1. Excellent recipe. I loved it

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  2. I've been told that I'm allowed to make this recipe again. Thanks so much. It was delicious

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    1. Haha that's awesome. :) Glad it went over well!

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  3. What kind of mustard did you use?

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    1. Any kind of mustard you happen to have on hand will work just fine!

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  4. Do you think this would work well with a whole chicken too??

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    1. Nope! Keep it uncovered, that will help you get that gorgeous golden brown skin!

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  6. What temperature we use when we bake the chicken?

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    1. Bake the chicken at 350 F for 1 hour and 15 minutes. :) Enjoy!

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  7. Made this tonight and it was delicious. It wasn't crispy and dark like in the picture but none the less delicious. We did use chicken breast instead of thighs or legs.

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  8. Ummm... this sounds AMAZING. I'm not a big chicken fan, but I will absolutely be trying this soon. Only a few more weeks until my little guy can eat honey!

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