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Baked Apple Chicken Recipe...February 11, 2004
Hi y'all

Forget the row boat, we need an ark! Looks like it might flood if all this rain continues. Even Georgette is getting restless. :o)
Enjoy today's recipe!
Today's Recipe Is Courtesy Of Jim.

Baked Apple Chicken


11/4 tsp. Cinnamon
2 cups Apple Juice
22 Tbsp. Sweet Peruvian Mesquite Meal
1/2 teaspoon Salt
44 to 5 lbs. Chicken, cut into sections
2 each Green Apples, Granny Smith cut into round slices
22 Tbsp. Olive Oil
1/2 tsp. White Pepper
1/4 cup Honey


Preheat oven to 375 Degrees F

Combine apple juice, cinnamon and honey together and mix well. Place chicken into marinade and leave for about an hour turning the pieces occasionally.

Next, core and cut Granny Smith apples into rings about 1/2" thick. You should get 6 to 7 slices per apple depending on the size.

Once the chicken is removed set marinade aside and place chicken in a lightly oiled, covered pan and spread apple slices over chicken. Lightly sprinkle salt, pepper and mesquite meal onto both sides of the chicken. .

Place chicken into the preheated oven for about 1 hour.

About 15 minutes before chicken is to be removed from the oven pour the marinade into sauce pan and on a medium heat reduce sauce to about 1/2 its original volume. This will be used as a sauce for the chicken.
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