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Orange Glazed Chicken Recipe

Oranges are in season this month. Can you tell the difference between eating an in-season Orange? Or is it just me?

This Orange Glazed Chicken recipe will give you that chance. It is medium difficulty level. The key to making this bird succulent, as well as bring out the orange flavor, is to Keep an eye on it as it cooks.:

The Chicken always comes out perfect-GTG

There is no better time to make a delicious dinner with very little effort. My Orange glazed chicken recipe has been perfected over the years. It is a great way to spice up your protein routine, especially if you eat chicken often. You can also do this recipe in the Airfryer.

I hope you enjoy cooking it as much as I do.

Orange Glazed Chicken Recipe


  • 2 Large chicken breasts

  • 1 Orange

  • 1 6-8oz. jar of orange marmalade or jam

  • 2 Tablesppoons Olive Oil

  • 1Teaspoon of Brown Sugar

  • 2 Teaspoon of Chicken Boullion

  • 1/4 Teaspoon Seasoning

Cooking Directions

1. Preheat oven to 400F. Use a grater and grate the orange peel. It should yield a tablespoon of orange zest. Set the zest aside. Squeeze the orange and put juice in a cup. Set aside.

2. Clean and tenderize the chicken. Cut both chicken breasts in half. Brush with 1/2 teaspoon of Chicken Boullion. On the stovetop heat up a pan and sear the chicken on each side for 8-10 seconds. No more. Set aside.

3. In a small bowl mix the remaining Boullion and seasoning

5. In a large Ziploc bag combine Olive oil, Brown sugar, Boullion/Seasoning Mix, and 1/4 Teaspoon of orange zest. Add Chicken breasts to the bag, until pieces are thoroughly covered.

6. Place in a deep dish. Pour juice over the chicken. Put in oven. Bake for 25-35 minutes, being sure to brush the chicken with the marmalade/jam twice.

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