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Lime-Honey Glazed Chicken

May/June 2009

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The sweet and tangy lime-honey marinade is simmered on the stovetop and then used as a sauce to baste and glaze the chicken. Don't let the chicken marinate any longer than 2 hours; overmarinating in soy sauce and lime juice can make the texture of the meat spongy.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This dish was very tasty I however put it in a pan to cook rather then on the grill with the sauce and a little water. Really allowed the sauce to soak in. Will be making again. "
Lime-Honey Glazed Chicken

8 Reviews for Lime-Honey Glazed Chicken

01/06/2015
Flavorful and easy

I marinated three large chicken breasts in this marinade for six hours - I generally prefer to marinate my proteins 12 to 24 hours instead of the prescribed 2 on these recipes. I grilled them on my stove top using my le creuset grill pan (coated with olive oil spray) I served it with jasmine rice and steamed vegetables and my wife raved. We'll definitely make this again.

I'm not sure where they got the sodium amount on this recipe. I used 6 T of reduced sodium Kikkoman soy sauce, as called for. The label on my soy sauce says a single tablespoon has 575mg of sodium, which is way, way more than what this recipe lists.

full flavor profile, can adapt to stovetop cooking
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04/06/2011
Delicious and easy

I don't have a grill so after marinating the chicken strips, I cooked it in a skillet and let it cook slowly. I served it over rice and vegetables. It was very good and warmed up great for lunch the next day. I will make it again

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09/14/2010

This dish was very tasty I however put it in a pan to cook rather then on the grill with the sauce and a little water. Really allowed the sauce to soak in. Will be making again.

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08/30/2010

It looks great, but I didnt like it. Thought it tasted really gross :/ not impressed.

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02/09/2010
Anonymous

I just grilled marinated chicken breast and put the sauce on last. It was great with roasted veggies. :)

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