Ingredients

How to make it

  • Mix the flour, cayenne, and paprika together and use to coat the chicken all over.
  • Shake off any excess flour.
  • Melt butter in a saucepan and gently fry chicken with the onion for 4 minutes.
  • Stir in flour and spice mixture and gradually blend in the milk, stirring until the sauce thickens.
  • Simmer until the sauce is smooth.
  • Add the apple sauce and grapes and simmer gently for 20 minutes.
  • Transfer the chicken and deviled sauce.
  • Top with sour cream and sprinkle with paprika.

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  • chihuahua 6 years ago
    Hey Friend. Deviled Chicken, page 154 out of Classic Chicken Recipes 1998. It's an oversized book and the recipes are great. Sometimes the recipes seem a little outdated. For example, I posted Roman Chicken and recently another recipe for Roman Chicken was posted and it was way better and so different. I always use the search to make sure I'm not duplicating someone else's recipe. There are exceptions. Like a million ways to make deviled eggs that sound terrific!

    By the way the Deviled Chicken recipe you just commented on is SO good! I was totally surprised and impressed. Unless you like HOT dishes, I would cut the Cayenne down to 1/4 tsp! I chased my meal down with white rice but man was my nose runny! My husbands too! He also loved it. It's a dish I would definitely make again.

    Thanks again for your comment and interest. And yes, great minds do think alike:)

    Take care.

    Chichi
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  • cheric 6 years ago
    I think you and I have the same book...I just found this exact recipe in mine! lol Now I will HAVE to try it! I love fruity meats. Great minds think alike, huh?? lol :)
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  • danadooley 6 years ago
    Hey girl! Sounds like another winner here. *sigh* Soooooooo many recipes, so little time. Well guess I'm just gonna have to bookmark it for later. Great post!
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    " It was excellent "
    uk2nyc ate it and said...
    Sounds great! Thanks
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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    Sounds delicious Chihuahua, hon! I love the flavors and textures here. Great post - thank you...
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  • kittiecook 6 years ago
    MMMmmmmmm good, I like spicy food!
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  • chihuahua 6 years ago
    Thank you Modelsmom for bringing that to my attention. I too could not handle one Tbs. of cayenne pepper! It was a type-o, and I have made the adjustment. Thank you!
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  • modelsmom 6 years ago
    A tablespoon of cayenne?! Ouch! I'm a wimp - I'd have to reduce it to about half a pinch before I could eat this. But once I got the heat under control I bet my family would love it. What a wild combination of tastes. Applesauce, grapes, sour cream and cayenne are a blend I would never have thought of in a million years. You have the coolest recipes!
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  • grandmacooks 6 years ago
    Sounds interesting!
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