Oven Fried Chicken With Honey Butter Sauce

  • mommyluvs2cook 7 years ago
    By: Frankieanne

    Truly and amazing and delicious chicken recipe! My chicken breast were HUGE so I was hoping they would finish within the hour stated along with the other chicken pieces. The breast were tender and juicy and PERFECTLY cooked (which is always hard for me to get). The honey butter sauce is yum, and the skin got perfectly crispy. Very good Frankie! Thanks for posting!

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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    Great pic ml2c. That does sound like a good recipe. I dont often have chicken with skin, unless the skin is nice and crispy. I will have to get some thighs to try this. Thanks for the heads up
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  • frankieanne 7 years ago said:
    I'm glad this worked out for you, ml2c. That sauce is so good. It was really good on that asparagus I threw in the pan. I kinda wish it wasn't so much butter because I'm sure not going to make it all the time because of that. That's probably why it so good though. :)
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  • Good4U 7 years ago said:
    Nicely done ml2c. Thanks for the the thumbs up on this nice recipe:-) Just wondering if you are going to rate it with your comment and put the thread in back to here? Also wondering about what is with the really big chicken breasts everyone talks about in here? Do you buy them frozen or fresh?
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  • mommyluvs2cook 7 years ago said:
    Thanks for pointing that out G4U!!! I buy my chicken fresh. This was the whole cut up chicken the store does, and the breast in these are ALWAYS huge!

    Mr. P I think you will like the skin on this. It's very crispy, and that's the only way I eat my chicken skin!

    Thanks guys!
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    Im sure I would like it. I love buttery stuff. I just dont have it that often. Although, lately I have been using a lot more butter than usual. A pound of butter would usually last 3-4 months. Sometimes longer. Now maybe I will get month if lucky. Its all your guys recipes that are doing it. Butter this. Butter that. Butter, Butter, Butter. I guess things are better with butter
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    Ummmmm, maybe this recipe will make it to the IMI recipe tab. Im just saying, though...
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  • wynnebaer 7 years ago said:
    Looks fantastic!!....Don't know how I missed it when it got posted!!
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  • frankieanne 7 years ago said:
    Thanks, Good4U, for pointing that out to ml2c. I wanted to, but it seemed kind of weird for me to be doing it. :)
    Added it, MrP. Thank you. It just shows you are cooking more real food if you are using up more butter. That's a good thing. :)
    Thanks, wynne!
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  • mommyluvs2cook 7 years ago said:
    Oh gosh sorry! My baby broke his leg so I haven't been on in a couple days. Hard road ahead, and hope I'll find time to get on here and make recipes!
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    Oh, ml2c. Im sorry to hear that, I hope he's doing better. As well as your self. Come back when you can.....
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  • mommyluvs2cook 7 years ago said:
    Thanks Mr p. Hope I can still cook every once and a while! We will have to see how it goes
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    Hey, ML2C. ice cream has nutrients. So does Cap n Crunch. No cooking required for either of them. And both bring smiles.....even when hurting.......If you need to add a bit more nutrients, melt some peanut butter over the ice cream......good stuff.......

    How is the little guy? Getting autographs on his cast?
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  • keni 7 years ago said:
    awwww!!! Poor lil luv! :-( kisses from Auntie Keni! hehehe

    and, yes, ice cream....hmmm... peanut butter melted over ice cream, huh, MP?

    Gee, wish *I* had thought of that..... ;-)
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    You 'wish' you thought of it? OK, I'll grant that wish............ : ) I gladly give credit where credit is due. After you told me about it I go thru a lot more PB these days
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  • keni 7 years ago said:
    uh huh

    simple but so yummy....I suppose for those who enjoy chocolate ice cream it'd be even better, but, alas, we vanilla lovers don't suffer.

    Now to get you to add some sparkle to your OJ and ice cream!
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    Sparkle? Like soda? I dont know...... I really, really like my OJ and french vanilla.
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  • mommyluvs2cook 7 years ago said:
    Well he got it put on at 7 this evening and had to be put under to get it on (had to set the bone) so he was in no mood when he woke up and when we got home for signing! He hasn't been in as much pain as I thought though through this process, just irritated by not being able to move. He now has a body cast :( and can't even sit up and the cast weighs about a hundred pounds (it's up to the middle of his belly). My SIL is a really great drawer mainly, aname ((pff..have idea how to spell that one)) So she's basically gonna draw the whole inside of one cast with beautiful drawings!! Signing will be on the outside. If anyone wants to add a little signature (maybe on cloth, that's what my sisters gonna do who lives in NY) to it I can glue it, with whatever the doc says I can use, to it. Believe me it's a huge cast and it will fit. Just let me know and I'll give you my address over a private PM. Thanks for the concern guys ;)
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    ML2C, that sounds really bad. My God. I had no idea he broke it that badly. I am so sorry. He must be so frustrated not being mobile. My son broke his arm when he was 3. Lacey (my choc lab) and he were playing on a slide. She jumped off and pulled him along. It hurts so much seeing them in pain. Again, Im sorry.
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  • mommyluvs2cook 7 years ago said:
    He broke his femur (the biggest bone in the body, the bone at the top of your leg) BUT he seems more worried about trying to be busy than caring about any pain. He really can't move, but maybe if he can strengthen his arms can drag himself? Not sure. It's only gonna be 4 weeks so hopefully it will go by fast. Sucks we are in TX and can't stay outside too long cause it will get to hot in that thing! No worries though....we will figure it out, have to! Can't throw the towel in on this one lol!
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    You and littleguyloves2cook sound like you will be OK. The 4 weeks will go by quickly. Take a bunch of pics. Its not a nice memory now, but in a few years you will look back and talk about it. Plus we guys like to show pics of our injuries : ) He can bring it to show and tell. Do they have that in schools out there?
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  • mommyluvs2cook 7 years ago said:
    Lol I plan on taking a quite few pics. Will post a happy one of him here too in his little (well big and red) cast. Show and tell so far, as I can tell is not like back then. We used to could bring anything, I even brought my cat one year! That may have turned into a bad idea. Now they are instructed to bring a fairytale book to show and tell and dress up like the character. Too bad for the little man. Maybe he can sneak the pics into the pages ;)
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  • mrpiggy 7 years ago said:
    When I was in 1st grade, I was on my way to school. I saw something big move by some bushes. At first I thought I was dreaming. It was the biggest bull frog I had ever seen. (thought i was dreaming because I used to dream of frogs as a boy. loved anything to do with frogs) To this day I think it is still the biggest I had ever seen. Anyway, I ran him down and caught him. I was bringing him to Show and Tell Monday. Well I never made it to class. Some teacher saw me. Stopped me, and made me let him go. I was heartbroke.....I still dont think I have recovered from that. When show and tell time came all I had to show was the slimy shirt I where I held him against me. I had left behind my painted rock (original show and tell item) cuz I couldnt hold it and my frog. He took both hands................ But you're right ml2c. Show and Tell is not what it used to be. Prolly cuz of kids like me bringing in monster frogs that scared all the non frog lovers. I mean, who doesnt love frogs???????

    Sorry. I dont know what this has to do with cooking or IMI. I get off track sometiimes :(
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  • pointsevenout 7 years ago said:
    Moist and tender, even in the breast. Skin didn't turn out that super crisp but it sure was good.
    Lots of pan drippings left over. I'm sure I can make something from it.
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  • frankieanne 7 years ago said:
    I'm glad you liked it, pso. I was thinking of that sauce the other day when I saw some asparagus. It was really good on that!
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  • pointsevenout 7 years ago said:
    Three quarters cup chicken squeezings off my bird after it separated out in the fridge. Should be able to make some gravy out of that. Maybe boil up some rice using the rest of the liquid.
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