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Marmalade Chicken

January/February 2009

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Orange marmalade and freshly grated orange zest make a deliciously tangy sauce for quick-cooking chicken tenders. Serve with brown rice.



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"I made the recipe exactly as stated except I used chicken breasts instead of tenders because I happened to have them in the house. For a very low fat, low calorie recipe, my boyfriend and I both really liked it and I would definitely...
Marmalade Chicken Recipe

30 Reviews for Marmalade Chicken

01/28/2010
Anonymous

This was pretty good but it was GREAT the next day after the chicken soaked in the juice all night! And super fast to make! I used garlic and dried onion instead of shallots because it was what I had on hand. I liked the extra garlic flavor. I will make this again (and again!)

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12/07/2009
Anonymous

I made this for dinner tonight and loved it!
I did however change the recipe just a bit.
Instead of orange marmalade I used apricot preserves and the juice of an orange. (all the jars of orange marmalade at my local grocer had high fructose corn syrup in them... yuck!) I also added oregano, a teaspoon of honey, and a touch of raw sugar to the mixture. Right before I added the chicken to the thickened sauce I added three minced garlic cloves. I let the chicken cook in the sauce for about five extra minutes.
My picky eater boyfriend and I loved it!

Renee, Fayetteville, AR

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11/03/2009
Anonymous

Love.. love... love... I'm always pressed for time after I get off work and running errands after but wanting a good meal rather than something generic like frozen pizza.. real tasty and cheap!

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10/22/2009
Anonymous

A good recipe to start with, but needs some heat -- I am going to add a few drops of chili oil next time.

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10/18/2009
Anonymous

This one's a keeper. I generally don't like red wine vinegar, so I substituted the slightly sweeter balsamic. Otherwise made as written (we generally have shallots and a good, French dijon in the house). Sweet, tangy, complex - and it smelled beautiful when I sprinkled on the freshly grated orange zest.

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