Combine first 6 ingredients in a large bowl. Add chicken to bowl; toss to coat. Place chicken on a broiler pan coated with cooking spray. Broil chicken 5 minutes on each side.
Combine honey and vinegar in a small bowl, stirring well. Remove chicken from oven; brush 1/4 cup honey mixture on chicken. Broil 1 minute. Remove chicken from oven and turn over. Brush chicken with remaining honey mixture. Broil 1 additional minute or until chicken is done.
Serve this spicy chicken over a bed of steamed brown rice or some quinoa tossed with peppers. For some veggie sides, serve with zoodles, cubed, seasoned sweet potatoes or a zucchini and squash sauté. If you find yourself with leftovers (doubtful), you could make chicken tacos or add to a soup for the next meal.
Quick and Easy with a dash of delicious! YES PLEASE! no wonder this is a popular dish it was absolutely tasty! The only thing that I did different was add a extra 2 second count of apple cider to really set a good contrast to the sweet and spicy and it was perfect. My other suggestion is to dust the chicken with half the seasoning and to rub/massage it in with your hands. Then dust it with the rest and pat/rub it in. Cant beat a 12min chicken dinner that is this good! TOTALLY recommend!
As stated by so many others, great taste, super tender, and very easy. I browned mine in a skillet, then transferred to a glass baking dish b/c my broiler is terrible. Baked at 425 and didn't put the sauce on until the end. Very very tasty. Add more cayenne if you like it more spicy...otherwise, there is just a hint of spice.
This is a GREAT recipe. I altered the spices a bit to my personal taste, and used local honey I get from a bee keeper less than a mile from my house. Also, I didnt mix the honey with vinegar, just spread it on pure. It created a wonderful sweet and spicy flavor. I also paired it with pan fried red potatoes tossed with a bit of garlic and rosemary. This will be made countless times in the future.
Solid, weeknight recipe that comes together in a jiffy. There were no exotic ingredients, so I had all I needed at home. The glaze and spices made the outside of the chicken very flavorful, but the inside of the chicken was pretty bland. I had no ground red pepper, so I used twice the amount of red pepper flakes. It gave it a nice kick. Next time, I'll let the chicken sit with the spice rub 1/2 hour, before grilling it. I will also grill it in a bake pan, rather than a grill pan, so the glaze does not drain away from the chicken while it cooks. We enjoyed this recipe, and I will definitely make again-- but not for a special occasion.