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Made this with chicken thighs and used the wine. Everyone smacked their lips and reached for more.

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jan007 October 30, 2002

used drumsticks, worked very well and everyone loved it!

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mummamills May 20, 2010

I'm new to the cooking game, so i had to find somehing that SOUNDS complicated yet was easy to make..i cooked for my friend and her kids..this was a HIT!! they said it tasted like i'd been cooking for a long time...this will be a do again...heck i COOKED with the wine!!

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jjreaties March 08, 2009

WOW -- delicious, and SO EASY to put together! It took zero time to assemble & smelled awesome while cooking. The sauce tasted faintly teriyaki-like, but was a lot more "fancy" and upscale. I used boneless-skinless chicken breasts, but next time I'll try it with bone-in breasts and thighs. Thanks for sharing this!

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Maura666 February 17, 2004

So easy to make, yet the result was incredibly moist and very tasty. It literally took 2 minutes to put together. I used split chicken breasts, a light white wine, and Lipton onion soup mix along with the honey.

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tappies December 15, 2003

So easy to throught together for a tasty and easy meal.
The only difference I made was that I used chicken breasts, and I maybe overcooked it a little but it turned out very well and tasted lovely. I am going to try this with drumsticks, I think that using them will be a wonderful outcome.
Can't wait to try this again....soon!
Thanks Jan................... wonderful recipe!

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Tisme September 22, 2012
Honey Baked Chicken