I like this recipe best for its snow pea element. Adding it to brown rice with lime zest is brilliant! You can substitute other grains too, like frekkehRead More
Based on the other review, I doubled the sauce. And I'm glad I did, otherwise there would've been very little to spoon over the rice. I also found the cooking time wasn't enough and wound up increasing the oven temp to 425 for an additional 10 minutes to ensure the chicken was fully cooked. The brown rice and the snow peas almost seemed like an after thought here. I wound up cooking the peas in some sesame oil with a bit of soy sauce and lime zest. Definitely a low-cost meal but not one I'm sure I will make again.
Disappointing. With the ingredient proportions as listed, my version came out bland. I think a thicker version of the sauce, maybe by using a higher honey to water ratio would allow more of the sauce to cover the chicken and end up in your mouth. All mine did was evaporate leaving a hint of flavor. Will not make this one again.Read More
What a perfect, quick weeknight supper meal. The chicken came together quickly and cooked up beautifully in my cast iron skillet. I think the ingredients are supposed to have sugar snap peas instead of snow peas though. You can read my full review at Taking On Magazines: http://www.takingonmagazines.com/honey-lime-drumsticks-with-snow-peas-and-brown-rice/Read More