Chinese food – you either love it or hate it. I came to despise it in college after eating it way too often. The portions were cheap and huge, and I always felt terrible afterwards. This led to my general dislike and critiquing of the cuisine (such as – why are all of the sauces so shiny that you can see your reflection in them?). But one common and delicious Chinese dish is orange chicken. So when I saw a similar recipe for sticky mustard drumsticks, I had to try it. And if the gooey chicken doesn’t have you wanting more, read below for the winners to last week’s Chobani yogurt giveaway!
4-5 large chicken breasts
1/4 cup orange marmalade
2T wholegrain mustard
2T white wine vinegar
1T olive oil
pinch of sea salt and pepper
1. Preheat to 400 degrees. Place all ingredients in a 9×13 baking dish (besides the chicken) and whisk together by tilting the dish so all the ingredients run to the corner to make mixing easier. Spread the sauce out and place the chicken in the dish. Flip the chicken over so both sides are coated, cover the dish with tinfoil and bake for 20 minutes. Remove the tinfoil and bake for an additional 10 minutes.
2. Serve alongside brown rice mixed with currants (or raisins), chopped dried cherries and a pinch of cinnamon and sugar.
Last but not least, the winners to the Chobani yogurt giveaway were randomly chosen based on the comments. The following three winners will each receive 2 free cups of greek yogurt courtesy of Chobani:
Comment #12. Vanessa likes yogurt mixed with berries and granola then put on top of pancakes. Sounds interesting.
Comment #30. Martine simply thinks that the Peanut Butter Yogurt Parfait looks yummy! Thanks Martine, it is!
Comment #13. Cheryl enjoys her yogurt plain or with fruit – simple and delicious!