Remove honey glaze from chicken?
I'm not sure there is an appropriate forum for this question, but it's about a piece of chicken, so here we are.
Mom gave me a chunk of Old Country Brand Maple Glazed Roasted Chicken Breast (Boneless Skinless), about half the size of a large cantaloupe, about 2 lbs. maybe.
The problem is, I don't like sweet on my meat, so I'm wondering if there's a tried and true method for removing this icky maple sugar honey glaze from this otherwise, surely luscious chunk of chicken.
I thought about simmering it in water, briefly, then washing it off and do it again until I get it all off. Will that work?
Anybody know a better way?