Recipe by SMUCKER'S®
"This delightful dish is pan-fried chicken pieces in an Asian-inspired peach sauce. Using SMUCKER'S® Peach Preserves, makes this an easy weeknight dinner."
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1 (4 pound)
broiler chicken, cut into serving pieces
Salt and pepper
Crisco® Butter Shortening Sticks or Crisco® Butter Shortening
SMUCKER'S® Peach Preserves
green or red bell pepper, cut into strips
Hot cooked rice
This recipe needs some help because it doesn't specify when to add the peppers. I just added them with the onions. I also added a splash of soy sauce and lots of garlic powder. With my changes I give this recipe 4 stars. For extra flavor, cook your rice with chicken broth.
4 stars cause the family ate it up. I am not so sweet teriyaki type :-) . I used homemade raspberry preserves and tofu instead of chicken.
My 12 year old son had to cook for a school project and chose this recipe. We used boneless chicken breasts and red peppers instead of green. We used jarred peaches as the garnish--delicious, quick, and easy!!
I actually made this and used red pepper flakes. The sweet and hot was a big hit.
I gave this dish five stars. After i added my own flare to it. seasoned my chicken with salt, pepper,and toni's seasonings. and it was a major hit with the Fam.
Recipe was very good with the advice of adding some cayenne pepper. Will probably make again. I don't know why people keep posting they don't know what to do with the green pepper. It says right in step 3 of the directions.
Step 3 clearly tells you to add the preserves, onion, lemon juice, ginger and "bell pepper" in medium bowl; stir until well combined. Pour over chicken, cover, and simmer 25 to 35 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked. Remove chicken from pan, keep warm.
I am going to make this recipe and see what it tastes like. It sound absolutely wonderful and soooooo easy. Perhaps those who missed the instruction about the pepper don't know what a bell pepper is?? I will be happy to re rate this again once I make it.
Tasty! I used red peppers instead of green, since my family likes them better, and I think it went pretty well. I upped the ginger a bit but in the future I might add some cayenne pepper too, as others have suggested. My siblings liked it just fine, but my Dad and I agree it needs a bit more bite.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 376
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