Honey Glazed Garlic Chicken

Honey Glazed Garlic Chicken

Honey Glazed Garlic Chicken

Honey Glazed Garlic Chicken is an epic brief chicken chest equation with a charm 5 fixing Honey Glazed  Garlic Sauce!  It’s dumbfounding in what limit barely any fixings can change into such a delightful sauce for chicken! This Honey Garlic Chicken recipe is so natural to get ready and will be a family top choice!

Honey Glazed Garlic Sauce would probably be right at the top of the list. The most astonishing fresh delicate chicken with a honey garlic sauce that is incredible. So great, you’ll need to utilize this sauce on everything! I love it since it requires not many fixings that are storeroom staples, and when stewed with a singed protein in a skillet so it turns into all bubbly and sweet…. goodness WOW

Note: This can be made with any protein – cheeseburger, pork, sheep, shrimp/prawns, even tofu!

The most effective method to Make Honey  Glazed Garlic Chicken

The best part about this Honey Garlic Chicken? You have ALL the ingredients in your kitchen pantry/kitchen tap/refrigerator as of now.

  • Honey✓
  • Soy Sauce ✓
  • Vinegar ✓
  • Water ✓
  • Garlic? ✓

So not many ingredients required for the ideal sweet to salty Honey Glazed garlic sauce that will make them lick your fingers after each delicious chomp.

Ingredients

  • 1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • salt, dark pepper, and garlic powder
  • 1/4 cup flour
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 3 tsp minced garlic
  • 2 tbsp cut green onions
  • 1 tbsp toasted sesame seeds

Honey Glazed Garlic Sauce

  • 1/2 cup Honey
  • 1/4 cup light soy sauce
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp hoisin sauce

Instruction

Stage One: Honey Glazed Garlic Sauce

Start by making the sauce for this nectar garlic chicken by whisking together the nectar, soy sauce, olive oil, and hoisin sauce. Put the sauce blend aside until some other time.

Stage Two: Chicken

For this formula, I utilized boneless, skinless chicken bosoms. You could likewise utilize chicken thighs on the off chance that you lean toward your meat to have progressively fat.

Attempt to cut the chicken into equitably estimated pieces so they will complete the process of cooking simultaneously. In the wake of cubing the chicken, season it with salt, dark pepper, and garlic powder.

Stage Three: Flour

To get a pleasant, fresh covering on the chicken, cover it with flour before searing it. I’ve discovered that the most effortless approach to do so is to placed the chicken pieces in a gallon estimated plastic sack.

Include the flour, close the highest point of the pack, and shake the chicken to cover it uniformly with flour.

Stage Four: Frying

Next, it’s an ideal opportunity to cook the chicken. Warmth the olive oil in a huge skillet. Include the prepared and covered chicken.

Cook for around three minutes before flipping it over to cook on the opposite side.

Stage Five: Sauce

At long last, it an opportunity to include the sauce blend. Turn the warmth down to medium and pour in the sauce. Mix and cook for 3-4 minutes.

Trimming with toasted sesame seeds and cut green onions before serving over rice, noodles, or cauliflower rice.

What to serve with Honey Garlic Chicken Breast

There’s enough sauce to drizzle over veggies and soak into rice or whatever you serve it with. The flavor is strong enough such that you don’t need loads – a bit goes a long way!

It’s pictured above with Cauliflower Rice (tossed with a squeeze of lemon, parsley, salt, and pepper) with Cucumber Salad on the side.

Even though it’s got soy sauce in the Honey Garlic Sauce, this doesn’t taste specifically Asian-y. But it’s versatile enough that it will go just as well with Fried Rice as it will with a Macaroni Salad or even Mac and Cheese. Yes really! Try it once and you’ll understand -it only takes 12 minutes, you’ve got the time!!

Nutrition Information: YIELD: 4 SERVING SIZE: 1 gram

CALORIES: 444
TOTAL FAT: 18g
SATURATED FAT: 2g
UNSATURATED FAT: 0gCHOLESTEROL: 72mg
SODIUM: 1009mg
CARBOHYDRATES: 44g
SUGAR: 36g
PROTEIN: 27g

 

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