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Old 11-12-2008, 11:23 PM   #1
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Absolute favorite sweet and spicy chicken recipe

*Half a bag of white rice
*15-20 pieces of chicken (bite size)
*Tablespoon of molasses
*2/3 cup of honey
*1/2 cup of water or milk
*1/4 stick of butter
*Ground Cayenne (optional, but ideal for spicy food lovers)

1. Boil water and cook the rice. Put it on a plate when done

2. Put butter in pan with medium heat. Pour chicken pieces in; stir and let them cook.

3. Drizzle molasses and honey over chicken, stirring occasionally. Pour water or milk in to keep moist

4. Add some cinnamon, a couple dashes of nutmeg, and cayenne according to spice preference. Just be careful not to add too much!

5. Stir spices in and add a little more honey if the chicken isn't sticky.

6. Pour chicken over plate of rice, mix, and enjoy!

*note: To make this vegetarian, you can use Veat Bites, which are sold at most Whole Food stores. It's the best meat alternative I've tried.


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Old 11-13-2008, 05:17 PM   #2
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For a guy with a sweet tooth like me, this would be very tasty indeed. But I think I would add some garlic and onion to your recipe, and of course, the cayenne pepper. Another thing you could add might be some smoke flavoring.

But before you add anything, know that what you have, all by itself would be wonderful if done over charcoal.

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