January 8th, 2014

Apricot Glazed Chicken

Apricot Glazed Chicken

If you happen to be looking for a chicken recipe that’s both easy and delicious, you’re in the right place.  This Apricot Glazed Chicken couldn’t be easier, and it tastes great, too.  The sauce is made from apricot jam, Russian salad dressing, and dry onion soup mix.  It’s just a matter of mixing those three ingredients together with some salt and pepper and pouring it over the chicken.  Then it bakes in the oven for an hour.

I photographed this recipe over rice, but I actually think that my Garlic Buttermilk Smashed Potatoes make for an even better side dish.  There is plenty of the apricot glaze to top the chicken, as well as the potatoes, and it all tastes really good together.  Go ahead, give it a try!

Apricot Glazed Chicken

Posted under Main Dishes

3 Responses to “Apricot Glazed Chicken”

  1. Wow, Laura! This looks super easy, and absolutely like a dish my boys would happily devour! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Thanks, Amy! I checked out your website. Everything looks delicious, and your photos are beautiful.

  3. Delicious, I also use this on pork roast. I use Catalina French instead of Russian dressing if that’s what I happen to have. I’m a super fussy eater and I love this.


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