Dump Chili Maple Glazed Chicken

Dump Chili Maple Glazed Chicken

Dump Chili Maple Glazed Chicken Ingredients: 2 Tbsp. water 1 tsp. salt 1-1/2 Tbsp. REAL maple syrup 1 Tbsp. chili powder Chicken ** We call it "DUMP-CHICKEN" because you DUMP the mix into a 1 gallon freezer baggie with the chicken and freeze it. Then when you want to eat it, you thaw

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    Default Dump Chili Maple Glazed Chicken

    Dump Chili Maple Glazed Chicken
    Ingredients:
    2 Tbsp. water
    1 tsp. salt
    1-1/2 Tbsp. REAL maple syrup
    1 Tbsp. chili powder
    Chicken **
    We call it "DUMP-CHICKEN" because you DUMP the mix into a 1 gallon freezer baggie with the chicken and freeze it. Then when you want to eat it, you thaw overnight in the fridge
    and DUMP it into a pan and cook it!
    **All the recipes can be made with 4-8 pieces of chicken (any pieces will do... wings, thighs, drumsticks, bone-in, skin-on, boneless, skinless, maybe even whole chicken), we use 5 boneless/skinless chicken breasts to keep it healthier.
    Directions:
    To cook the chicken, thaw completely in the fridge, dump into 9x12" pan, bake at 350 until done. For
    BL/SL breasts it is about 25-35 minutes. For chicken pieces, it runs closer to an hour. Enjoy! You can also use your crockpot*** for this too!
    *** Crockpot Cooking Directions:
    Partially thaw in the fridge. Dump into a 5-1/2 to 7 quart crockpot. Cover, set on LOW and cook 6 to 8 hours until cooked through.
    TEMPS FOR CROCKPOTS VARY, JUST LIKE OVENS, so you will want to check this after 4 hours to see what progress it is making. If necessary, turn up to HIGH the last 2 hours of cooking. DO NOT OVERCOOK!
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