Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Peach Glazed Chicken

This is a recipe that doesn't have solid measurements. Very Tasty and colorful!

Spray pan with non stick cooking spray. Wash chicken and place in large bowl. Season liberally with spices such as-
Lawry's season salt
red pepper flakes
cajun seasoning
garlic powder

Toss chicken well with spices and place in baking pan. Drizzle with sesame oil and soy sauce. Bake covered for 1 hour or till chicken is done. I like mine to fall off the bone. Drain liquid off. (You can save this for to thicken with cornstarch if desired) Sprinkle chicken liberally with brown sugar and more sesame oil. Cut up into slices-

one onion
green pepper
red pepper
one can of peaches- juice drained

Sprinkle vegetables and peach on top of chicken and return to oven. Turn up heat and broil for a few minutes so veggies cook a bit. Add peach juice to chicken drippings and thicken with cornstarch. Pour over chicken.

Serve over rice.


hyssop said...

I love this recipe! This is the first time for me to use "peaches- juice drained" for cooking.(^_^)

Lil said...

Hi Hyssop! We are so glad to have you visiting our blog from Japan! I am glad you liked the Peach Glazed Chicken!!! We look forward to hearing from you again and I will visit our blog again too! =)

peterdlol said...

i love this recipe!!! im going to definelty try it! but instead of the lawry's season salt could i just use reguar salt?

Lil said...

Hi Peter! I am sure you could use ordinary salt especially since there are so many other seasonings. Please let us know how it comes out and how you like it.

Have a great day!

jameschad said...

the dish was really great and delicious it was very pretty and lively! my family enjoyed it. but i think ill have to season it a little more in the beginning because it was a little plain...must have washed off when i drained off all the liquid. thank you for this awesome recipe! hope you come up wit more!

Lil said...

I am glad you enjoyed it jameschad. If am very heavy handed with the seasoning as much of it comes off when draining the chicken. I am sure with your own variations and tastes you can make it even better! When all the veggies are on top it is very pretty, isn't it?