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I cooked this for a sunday dinner because it was easy and you just pop it in the oven while your dressing for church. My family really liked it and my husband don't care too much for baked chicken. The only thing I feel it needs different is too cut back on the paprika. It's a little too strong. overall it was very good. I fixed new potatoes with mine in the same pan.
Delish! My youngest pickiest eater said "this is how you make chicken mom". It was easy juicy economical & delish. My husband can't have sugar or salt so I just used a very small sprinkle of brown sugar & replaced the salt with garlic & onion powder. I also turned the chicken to coat on both sides. Great recipe thanks Denise!!
Great recipe! This is a keeper - everyone in the family loved it. My key changes: 1. Increased brown sugar to 3 1/2 tsp 2. Reduced salt to 1 1/2 tsp (will try a bit less next time as well) 3. Made GRAVY from the juices. I sprinkled 40% of the rub on the bottom of 12 chicken thighs the rest on the rest on the skin side. After baking I removed the fat from the juices and made a quick gray (just added some flour to thicken). We ate it with green beans and rice. The gravy was heavenly and made the dish perfect.
This was just okay for me. The paprika was too strong and it was a little oversweetened I think. Next time I'm going to cut the sugar in half and add some other spices - rosemary basil and a dash of Oregano for sure.
"Mildly spiced" is right. Mild to the point of forgettable. It tasted like plain chicken. Not unseasoned necessarily but no defined taste either. Yes I did reduce the paprika. I mixed spices as listed all I could smell is paprika. I'll be using leftovers for something else. Sorry I heated up the house for this one.
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