Healthy Barbeque Chicken

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    Healthy Barbeque Chicken

    Place chicken in 13- by 9- by 2 inch pan. Arrange onions over top. Mix together vinegar, Worchestershir sauce, brown sugar, pepper, hot pepper flakes, chili powder, and stock.

    Barbeque chicken

    3 lb chicken parts (breast, drumstick, and thigh), skin and fat removed
    1 large onion,thinly sliced
    3 tbsp
    vinegar
    3 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
    2 tbsp brown sugar
    to taste black pepper
    1 tbsp
    hot pepper flakes
    1 tbsp chili powder
    1 c
    chicken stock or broth, fat skimmed from top.

    Place chicken in 13- by 9- by 2 inch pan. Arrange onions over top. Mix together vinegar, Worchestershir sauce, brown sugar, pepper, hot pepper flakes, chili powder, and stock. Pour mixture over
    chicken and bake at 350 F for 1 hour or until done. While cooking, baste occasionally.

    Calories: 176
    Total Fat: 6 g
    Saturated fat: 2g
    Cholesterol: 68 mg
    Sodium: 240 mg
    Total fiber: 1g
    Protein: 24 g
    Carbohydrates: 7g
    Potassium: 360 mg

     
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    Re: Healthy Barbeque Chicken

    When do you barbeque the chicken?
     
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    Re: Healthy Barbeque Chicken

    I gues the OP means pretend BBQ. But I looked at the recipe, and I think it is worth trying. Even though, I do not know, where the 'healthy' comes in. So full of salt and preservatives from all the condiments, she/he uses. But still worth a try.

    [QUOTE]When do you barbeque the chicken?
    Posted by johnath[/QUOTE]
     
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    Re: Healthy Barbeque Chicken

    Sounds tasty, but I wouldn't call it healthy, per se.  Although, it's better for you than eating out, and by removing the skin it gets a lot of points. People have widely varying views of what "healthy" means even though everyone thinks they have THE correct definition...including me. Wink

    Some people refer to BBQ as anything with BBQ sauce on it; I think she means "BBQ flavored." 
     

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