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    Made this last night. Yuummmmeee!! DH loved it, definitely a great recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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    Looks yummy!

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    Boy, does that look good! My dh and my two oldest would love it (the 2 y.o. isn't much of a meat eater unless it's a cheeseburger). I am always looking for new ways to cook chicken. I'm going to put this in my recipe folder!

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    If anybody is thinking about makeing this dont wait just do it! You wont be sorry , its so yummy I want to make it again right now.

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    Oh my this was wonderful! I used boneless chicken thighs & just before serving I put the meat on a platter, with some broth from the pan (plus garlic) & put it in the oven (lightly covered) while my plates heated. I then thickend the juices with a little wondra and once thickened added it to my steamed rice. Oh my this was an awesome dinner. Thanks a bunch Sara for a definate keeper. Can't wait to share this with the kids when they are home. We are talking FLAVOR city! I'm not just saying this...love the tangy goodness.
    Oh, did leave out the brown sugar, love savory, not sweetened here.Also went with the smallest amt of water. It's been a long time since leftovers called my name but these are. So funny, I can't believe how much I enjoyed this. I've been in the Village a long time and never tried this, kicking myself now. Really

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    This is Dave's favorite meat, and he'll be thrilled when he gets home tonight.

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    We make this quite often using a similar recipe, but without brown sugar. I'll have to try that.

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    bumping this for newbies who haven't seen it. This one is so yummy.

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    I've been making this chicken recipe regularly since it was first posted by the OP ....In fact..It's simmering on my stove now for tonights supper...

    Kudos again,

    Fiona

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    Glad you like it. In an upcoming column, I included a couple more of my mom's recipes. We made them when she was here visiting. All are frugal and tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara Noel View Post
    Glad you like it. In an upcoming column, I included a couple more of my mom's recipes. We made them when she was here visiting. All are frugal and tasty.

    Yum!! Cant wait to see them


    Fiona

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    I add a little corn starch to ours to thicken the sauce.

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    Selfishly bumping this thread, had lost the recipe. If anyone has never tried this, you are truly missing out!

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