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Maple Syrup: It’s Not Just for Pancakes!

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Maple Apple Chicken
Ingredients:
4 chicken breasts
1 apple, peeled, cored, chopped
1 cup apple juice
1/2 cup maple syrup
1 teaspoon thyme

Directions:
Pound chicken breasts to 1/4 inch thickness. Simmer the chopped apple, apple juice and syrup until apple is broken down and liquid is reduced by half, about 10-12 minutes. Line broiler pan with foil, place the chicken breasts on foil and brush with the syrup mixture. Broil for approximately 4 minutes. Turn chicken breasts over, brush with syrup mixture and broil another 4-5 minutes, until cooked through.

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5 comments

1 Raul { 12.16.12 at 9:21 am }

as usual your recipies are awesome I’ll be traying those sweet potato bisquits. Thanks a million and may our God bless America……….

2 Patty Cottington { 12.15.12 at 10:41 am }

Thanks for the info. We were just talking about how and when maple syrup becomes available. Have a great day and may God bless you and all you love.

3 LaBic { 12.13.12 at 1:13 pm }

I hear that Grade B Maple Syrup is closer to its natural properties. It tastes the same as the popular Grade A. I use maybe less than a teaspoon’s-worth of Grade B Maple Syrup every morning (instead of sugar) in my espresso or coffee. I cannot detect any hint of maple at all, surprisingly. Maple Syrup was mentioned on the Dr. Oz show earlier this year (2012) as a suggested sugar substitute.

4 Norma Gilman { 12.13.12 at 8:08 am }

Do you have a recipe for maple mustard sauce?

5 James Hotaling { 12.12.12 at 3:10 pm }

Good to see information on the real stuff. I make real maple syrup and plan on trying the recipes that youn gave us. thanks have a, Happy Holiday.

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