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    Default Dump Recipe: Raspberry Currant Chicken

    Raspberry Currant Chicken

    1 Tablespoon Sugar
    1 Teaspoon Pepper
    1/8 cup Water
    1/8 cup Raspberry Vinegar
    1/2 cup Currant Jelly

    **(Also can subsitute Raspberry Vinegrette Salad Dressing for the vinegar)
    For immediate cooking: Pre-heat oven to 350 F. Place all ingredients into a
    large baking dish, turn chicken to coat. Bake until chicken juices run
    clear (45-60 minutes for chicken pieces, or 20-30 minutes for chicken

    For freezing: Place all ingredients into a 1 Gallon freezer bag. Lay flat
    in freezer.

    To thaw and cook: Take the bag out of the freezer the night before, make
    sure the baggie is completely closed. Place the Bag on a shelf furthest
    from the freezer (It works best if the bag is laying flat, although this
    may not be the best option with a side-by-side fridge/freezer). Preheat the
    oven to 350 F. Empty the contents of the bag into a large baking dish and
    bake until the juices run clear (45-60 minutes for chicken pieces, or 20-30
    minutes for chicken breasts).

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    Default Re: Dump Recipe: Raspberry Currant Chicken

    My mom and I tried this and LOVED it!!! We had a hard time finding current jelly though...which is a shame since we both like it and we use to be able to find it anywhere! I went with the vinegarette dressing since that's what we had! It was kind of sweet though (the dressing) so I halved the sugar when I made the recipe and it turned out VERY NICE INDEED!!!!!

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    Default Re: Dump Recipe: Raspberry Currant Chicken

    Currant jelly seems to be a regional thing. I've found it in the Northeast without any trouble, but was not able to find it in the South for years. If you have a Harris teeters near you, they have (what I consider) Yankee Treats- that is, foods in the Northeast that aren't available everywhere.
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