I think I can already smell Christmas coming not far behind you. Right now, all I can think about are Pumpkin-Spiced cookies, Hot Apple Cider and Fragrant Cinnamon in the air. I know I wasn’t able to cook much this time last year but this year I am all for trying out many Fall recipes.
Fall is not one of our seasons really, so why not just experience it through food and cooking? Great idea, right?
I know you would agree.
The other day, I planned on making lime and honey glazed chicken. I found my honey in the fridge all hard and sugary, good thing I have a bottle of honey-maple syrup. It’s a bit thinner than honey but I kinda had a vision that the maple syrup would bring a different yet great flavor to this chicken recipe so I went ahead and used it.
And I was right!
Sis said she couldn’t tell the difference but I could. There’s this strong but pleasant aftertaste that the smoky maple flavor leaves in your mouth. This is a recipe definitely worth repeating.
…and now, back to watching Spartacus…
…yeah, I’m into gore, and violence and blood… that’s where I get my inspiration to create soft and serene food photos..LOL!
Lime and Honey-Maple Glazed Chicken
- 6 chicken pieces
- 1 cup soy sauce
- ¼ cup honey
- ¼ cup maple syrup
- 4 tbsp lime juice or calamansi juice
- sesame seeds for garnish
- In a large bowl, combine soysauce, honey, maple syrup and lime juice. Mix well.
- Add chicken pieces and make sure each chicken is coated with marinade.
- I marinated my chicken for a day in the refrigerator. The longer you marinate it, the tastier it would become.
- Roast chicken in the oven at 200° for 40 minutes or until it brown and cooked.
- Baste chicken with marinade every 10 minutes. It will create a beautiful glaze.
- Sprinkle with sesame seeds for garnish before serving…
I discovered a lot in every post that you make! I hope to find some time to present a very decent recipe such as this!
Yummy! i love this honey glaze.
Mouthwatering…beautiful photos 😀
How yummy! I love the sound of this glaze.
That looks so good.
Soft and serene talaga. Sarap titigan. Mas lalo siguro masarap papakin
Sounds so delicious. LOve the combination of flavors in the glaze!
These look amazing. My kids love chicken drum sticks so much I make them once a week. Usually my marinade is Meyer Lemon, honey, soy, ginger, etc. I gotta try your recipe soon. Sounds just as delicious and I can always use some new ideas. Take care and thanks for sharing.
This honey maple glazed chicken sounds delicious, it has goodness of both of the world
The glaze really is beautiful! Honey and maple is something I have to try.
May I ask what maple brand you recommend with that recipe?
Hi! Any brand of maple syrup will do naman. At home we have, Pillsbury and Cem’s.
picture pa lang ulam na, and the procedure looks easy, will try this sis since I have honey just sitting around the cabinet.. 🙂
Yummy .. the graze is so rice and the color if gorgeous. I don’t like maple syrup.. can i use something else instead ?
Until here I can smell it. This is really yummy!
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that looks delicious!
thanks for sharing! 🙂
When you said Christmas will be here soon, I felt that it was too early but thinking about it…yes, it will be here in no time!
Look amazing dear and the pictures georgeous! gloria
your chicken sprinkled with sesame seeds looks delicious! you just gave me an idea—i have pure honey here, courtesy of my SIL from the province.:p
hi peach kitchen- the chicken looks yummy and tender. i guess its the glazing with honey and maple that gives it that look.
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We only used our honey-maple syrup on pancakes, lol!
Your Lime,Honey and Maple Glazed Chicken looks amazing, I can almost taste this great chicken. Hope you are having a great week end and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
Come back soon!
sarap papakin niyan a!
that looks good. i really need to get our oven fixed so i can try out this recipe even the cranberry cookie…
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Wow, the chicken thighs look delicious and very nice. I would love to enjoy it. Thank you for sharing the formula.
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