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Apricot-Dijon-Glazed Chicken

Recipe photo courtesy of Jonathan Lovekin

The apricot jam and Dijon mustard give these chicken thighs a sweet and tangy flavor.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2004
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  • MS12137482
    21 SEP, 2013
    Good and easy
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  • Michelle Ives
    25 APR, 2013
    Despite my mantra of 'never mess with Martha' I added a half a teaspoon of allspice, only 1 tbs of mustard, 250 g of apricot jam, 150g of home made quince paste/jam and 2 tbs of mango chutney and 1 tbs of honey and one of maple syrup. It was amazing! So tasty, not bland and everyone asked for more :)
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  • naniz86
    6 APR, 2013
    I've tried this recipe a number of times. My family loves it. However, I do bake this dish for 45 minutes,
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  • A_harris88
    4 FEB, 2013
    Made this tonight, everyone loved it! It's easy! Can't mess it up.
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  • dianamg
    28 MAR, 2009
    I doubled the amount of chicken (16 thighs) without doubling the sauce and it was great. Used no sugar added (fruit only) apricot spread and added some curry powder. Next time, I will spray the baking dish with non-stick first, to improve the clean-up.
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  • detroiterchick
    18 FEB, 2009
    I used boneless skinless chicken thighs and it still tasted great. This is a fantastic recipe and quite easy. I would suggest also cutting back a bit on apricot jam - it was a bit too sweet. Other than that, a perfect and easy meal. I served over cous cous.
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  • kimforbes11
    18 OCT, 2008
    Can I use boneless chicken breasts instead of thighs?
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  • petuniabloom
    28 APR, 2008
    Well, I made this in the crock pot tonight and it was good. I don't know if I will make it again though. It has a ton of sugar since it has a whole jar of jam in it.
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  • RunTMC
    28 APR, 2008
    I thought this was very good and quite simple. A little bit sweet so I plan to add more mustard next time. Cleanup was a bit of a pain with all that caked on, hardened jam on the baking dish.
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  • petuniabloom
    27 APR, 2008
    What do you think about making it in a crock pot?
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