Honey-and-Lemon Baked Chicken

  • DjkRbk Posted: 07/09/09
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    This was a huge hit with my husband! He's tough to please with chicken recipes, but this one is now his favorite. The kids even like it too. It's also very easy to make for an everyday meal, but good enough that I would make it for company.

  • lizzardpisces Posted: 10/12/09
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    This is a delicious, healthy and easy recipe. I substituted Promise Active for butter and it did not make a difference. The chicken comes out tender and very flavorful. I served this with a baked sweet potato and steamed broccoli and thought it made a great meal.

  • ShanaBanana Posted: 05/11/09
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    This was very easy,fast & tasted like a peice of chicken you would order at a fancy resturant! Loved it!

  • David2 Posted: 06/16/10
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    Seasoning the chicken firest, I found this recipe a nice addition to the overall taste. I served with my special brown rice recipe. This made an easy complete meal. Would definetly recommend as a "keep-on-file" recipe. David2

  • ksmeal Posted: 12/28/10
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    A MAZ ING

  • lyndzk Posted: 03/06/11
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    This was really easy, fast, and very tasty! I used chicken tenders I got on sale at the store and pounded them down. I found that they weren't cooked at the end of the 20 minutes, so I upped the temp to 400 and cooked for 15 more minutes. They ended up being perfect. I would probably also add a bit more honey.

  • dmloss Posted: 07/06/11
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    I though this recipe was okay. It wasn't as flavorful as I hoped it would be. I followed the recipe exactly, but used regular honey and two large chicken breast halves (8 oz).

  • Jmemac Posted: 01/30/12
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    Easy & pretty tasty. Chicked dried out a bit, but I would try again adjusting the cooking time.

  • TiggerRD Posted: 01/13/14
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    We needed to cook longer--about an additional 10 minutes. Every family member liked them though and asked to have this included in our regular menu rotation. All agreed that is was good for company too.

  • jbrock868 Posted: 06/25/14
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    Used Italian herb mix instead of simple salt & pepper. Followed the time and temperature guidelines and came out with moist & sweet, well cooked chicken. Made extra of the butter-honey sauce to serve over rice and broccoli, though next time we'll be using less honey and adding a bit of lemon juice. Might also try it with salmon sometime, too.

  • cb124808 Posted: 01/14/14
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    SO great! I didn't follow the measurements, I just squeezed enough honey to thickly coat the bottom of a small sized pot and then added 2 tbs of butter. I squeezed the lemon juice from the two ends of the lemon after cutting on the chicken before baking as well. I generously sprinkled salt & pepper before baking, as well as the pepper & rosemary after, it was delicious! Did take about 12 minutes extra to cook, but was juicy and tender after about 32-35 minutes. Served with sweet potatoes.

  • LadyLothlorien Posted: 08/27/14
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    Agreeing with what cb124808 said, it did take an extra 10-12 minutes. That was no problem! This is an easy recipe, fun to make, absolutely delectable, and is a great recipe for someone who's just learning how to cook. My boyfriend also enjoyed it! We paired it with long grain and wild rice and some Pinot Grigio. This dish would be good any night of the week and can be dolled up to even be a fancier dish. Definitely going to make it again. :)

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