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Sticky Chicken With Streamline Thin Cut Orange Marmalade…

Hello, happy Monday.

Are you looking for something a little different for dinner?

How about this Sticky Chicken with Streamline Thin Cut Orange Marmalade?

How To Make Sticky Chicken With Streamline Thin Cut Orange Marmalade:

Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: 30 Minutes

Serves: 4

Skill Level: Easy


How To Make:

  1. Heat the oven to 200c
  2. In a small saucepan heat 1tsp oil and cook the shallots gently for a minute. Add the garlic and chilli and continue cooking until the shallots are soft. Remove from the heat and stir in the Streamline Thin Cut Orange Marmalade and soy sauce
  3. Put the chicken in a large bowl and pour over the marinade mixture, stirring well to coat the chicken. Place the chicken into an oven dish and spoon over any sauce that remains in the bowl. Cook for 30 mins, turning halfway through and basting. The chicken should be sticky and caramelised on the top and cooked all the way through.


*Recipe and recipe photography by Streamline jams and marmalades* They are available in Tesco, Ocado, Asda and Morrisons with a RRP of £1.45 for a 340g jar.

The range of flavours include: strawberry, blackcurrant, apricot, black cherry, seedless raspberry, thin cut orange, thick cut orange and diced cut orange.

*No Payment was received*

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2 responses to “Sticky Chicken With Streamline Thin Cut Orange Marmalade…”

  1. Margarett Murphy says:

    Look and sounds so tasty!

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