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this is a yummy easy weeknight meal. i have made it a few times now, both with skin and bone in thighs and skinless boneless thighs. i put this in my convection oven to enhance the caramelization. dh was very enthusiastic about this dish as well.

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graffeetee December 06, 2010

This cooked up lovely in the webber. I used a scotch bonnet chili and marinated the chicken for a good four hours. I had asked for drumsticks but Dave came home with skinless chicken breasts. It didn't matter at all, I just diced them into bite size pieces and didn't cook for as long. Served with a varity of salads.

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Jewelies December 31, 2009

This made a fast and easy supper. I marinated the chicken in the sauce for a few hours b/f baking for 35 minutes. I used 4 chicken breasts to serve two. The sauce is a really nice BBQ style that would be wonderful for grilling also. :-) Made for HolidayTag.

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CoffeeB October 14, 2009

Great Pat! I have to agree with Jan and say that this also ticked all of our boxes - tasty, spicy, easy, using easy pantry ingredients and not your average mid-week chook recipe! I also used a small chicken - mine was 900g, cut it into 6 portions and my chicken was cooked in 45 minutes. I served this with creamed spinach and a glass of wine, great! Made for Aussie/NZ make my recipe edition number 8/9. I am keeping this recipe, will use the sauce for pork chops too.......as well as chicken pieces. FT aka FS! :-)

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French Tart October 05, 2009

Excellent! Fast, fun, easy and delicious! I used bone-in chicken breasts and bone-in thighs. Very tasty.

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Red Apple Guy November 28, 2009

Pat, this one ticked all the boxes-quick, easy, tasty and made with pantry ingredients we always have on hand. I used one tiny chook (800g) cut into quarters for the two of us. It cooked in 35 minutes. I spooned leftover marinade/sauce from the pan over the pieces to serve. We ate this with fried rice and steamed bok choy for a fantastic, yummy dinner.

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JustJanS September 30, 2009

I used bone in skinless chicken breasts, and they turned out very moist. However, cooking at the suggested temp was way too hot. I ended up reducing the heat to 350 degrees F. Also, I would sub srichicha sauce instead of ketchup....or just use regular tomato sauce. The chicken was very good, but the sauce tasted just a bit too much like ketchup to me. But a great week night meal regardless! Made for Holiday tag game. Thanks for sharing!

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breezermom January 30, 2014

Very good and *EASY* to prepare. I cut down the amount of fresh chili so that ~Tasty Dish~ could enjoy the chicken, too. Baked at 350ºF for about 30 minutes then another 15-20 minutes @ 437ºF. I used local, free range chicken thighs. Which direction do I take this: Asian or American Southern? The latter served over cheesy grits with a side of freshly steamed veggies. The chicken would be delicious over jasmine or basmati rice, too. for an Asian meal. Garnished with some fresh cilantro/coriander. Made for Recipe Swap #83 in Australian forum.

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COOKGIRL December 13, 2013

Great flavour and quick and easy to put together Made for Everyday is a Hoilday Tag

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wicked cook 46 October 11, 2009
Caramelised Chilli Chicken