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Maple-Glazed Chicken Breasts

March/April 2007

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (107 votes)

Here's an easy main dish that's sure to set you on your own quest for the best syrup. Start the chicken breasts marinating on a Saturday afternoon for a quick meal later in the day, just about the time you come in from raking the last of the winter leaves off the garden.



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"This turned out really well, with a few glitches. One, I used a stainless steel pan instead of a grill pan (because I didn't have one)—not sure if that made a difference. With the maple glaze, you need to closely monitor the chicken to...
Maple-Glazed Chicken Breasts Recipe

5 Reviews for Maple-Glazed Chicken Breasts

07/04/2013
Anonymous
I did this on the BBQ. Easier than pan frying it.

This was very easy to do. This recipe is going into my Yellow Box!!!
Thanks

Easy to do and prep.
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03/02/2013
Anonymous

Made this recipe for the first time it came out great I didn't have a grill pan either but I used chicken tenders/strips instead of whole breasts and they cooked quite well in the steel frying pan that I used, I cooked them for 3 minutes each side with no need to finish the cooking in the oven.

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03/06/2010

This turned out really well, with a few glitches. One, I used a stainless steel pan instead of a grill pan (because I didn't have one)—not sure if that made a difference. With the maple glaze, you need to closely monitor the chicken to make sure that the outside is not burning. The chicken definitely was not fully cooked after five minutes on each side. The middle was completely raw. So I put it in the oven as recommended and it was done in about 10-15 minutes. The final product was juicy and had great flavor.

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03/06/2010

This turned out really well, with a few glitches. One, I used a stainless steel pan instead of a grill pan (because I didn't have one)—not sure if that made a difference. With the maple glaze, you need to closely monitor the chicken to make sure that the outside is not burning. The chicken definitely was not fully cooked after five minutes on each side. The middle was completely raw. So I put it in the oven as recommended and it was done in about 10-15 minutes. The final product was juicy and had great flavor.

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02/07/2010
Anonymous

easy to make with a divine flavor. the chicken was very tender and flavorful. the only issue i had was the chicken did not finish in the 5mins per side so i easily finished them off for 10 mins in a 350 degree oven. will def add this to my repertoire.

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