Caramelized Onion, Honey, and Chestnut Chicken

 
  • Cooking and Prep: 2.5 h
  • Serves: 6
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Full of flavor and easy to put together- you can't go wrong with adding this chicken, caramelized onion and chestnut dish to your menu.

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Ingredients (5)

Chicken

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Prepare the Caramelized Onion, Honey, and Chestnut Chicken

  1. In a large non-stick, deep-dish pan, add onions and honey.

  2. Cook over medium-low heat for approximately 30 to 45 minutes until caramelized and browned. (At first, the onions will release a lot of water, but eventually the water will evaporate. Keep stirring while cooking and you’ll get deep golden onions).

  3. While the onions are cooking, season chicken with salt, pepper, and oil and place in a single layer in a roasting pan that has a tight-fitting lid. 

  4. Once onions are ready, pour caramelized onion and honey mixture over chicken, spreading evenly to top all the pieces.

  5. Cover and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for an hour and 20 minutes.

  6. Add in chestnuts, using a spoon to tuck them under the onions and around the chicken. Cover and bake for another 20 to 40 minutes until it’s deeply caramelized, golden, and fork tender.

Note:

This freezes very well – just make sure to double wrap. You can also prep the onion mixture in advance, and then top and cook chicken when ready.



  • sara goldberg

    Posted by sara goldberg |2021-09-17 05:27:41
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  • Elizabeth  Grossman

    How to I do chestnuts. Cook them in oven first before adding to chicken or cut open and place chestnut meat raw under chicken?
    Posted by LadyRex1 |2021-09-14 16:07:51
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  • Susan Kolan

    Hi, looks great but is this one chicken cut into very small pieces? It seems like a lot of onions, but it is only for 6 people..... Thanks
    Posted by Suki |2021-09-02 09:25:27
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  • Sara Lichtenstein

    Hi! I'd like to try this recipe - just wanba double check if it doesn't need any salt n pepper? Some basic spices?
    Posted by Sarar90 |2021-08-31 14:22:26
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  • Elizabeth  Grossman

    How to I do chestnuts. Cook them in oven first before adding to chicken or cut open and place chestnut meat raw under chicken?
    Posted by LadyRex1 |2021-09-14 16:07:51
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  • Susan Kolan

    Hi, looks great but is this one chicken cut into very small pieces? It seems like a lot of onions, but it is only for 6 people..... Thanks
    Posted by Suki |2021-09-02 09:25:27
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    0
  • Sara Lichtenstein

    Hi! I'd like to try this recipe - just wanba double check if it doesn't need any salt n pepper? Some basic spices?
    Posted by Sarar90 |2021-08-31 14:22:26
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