Sweet Tzimmes Chicken

 
  • Cooking and Prep: 2 h
  • Serves: 4
  • No Allergens

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Ingredients (8)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Chicken

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C).

  2. Place carrots in an oven-to-table glass baking pan. Add garlic cloves and one tablespoon of garlic-infused honey. Combine the spices and season the chicken. Then rub the additional four tablespoons of garlic-infused honey on both sides of the chicken pieces.

  3. Bake the chicken covered for one hour then raise temp to 425 and uncover the chicken for 45 minutes or until you reach desired browning.

Note:

To make garlic- or ginger-infused honey, simply place two cups of raw honey in a mason jar. Add either one cup of garlic cloves or one cup of mandoline-sliced fresh ginger. Cover the jar and leave it out on the counter or in a cabinet for two to four weeks. Shake the jar once a day. When the honey is completely liquidy and starts to smell sour, almost like pickles, it’s time to either use your mixture or refrigerate it so that it doesn’t become alcoholic. The fermented mixture can stay in your fridge for months. (For fermentation, only use raw unprocessed honey; only honey that hasn’t undergone pasteurization will still contain natural yeasts).

Tip:

If you'd like, you can add 1/4 cup of dry white wine to the pan before baking.

Credits

Styling by Renee Muller

Photography by Cayla Zahoran



  • Rita Landa

    Your dish is infused with 2 cups raw honey. As a spokeswoman for nutition counseling and eating healthy with all your grains to offer 2 CUPS OF HONEY can put a diabetic in the hospital even if its spread out for an entire chicken. This is most definitely not low carb and its misrepresentation to naive people . I came on strong dont want people to think its low carb hope u have a rebuttal. Thank u
    Posted by [email protected] |2021-08-23 21:36:50
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    Martha-Anne Montlake
    The 2 cups of honey is for making either the garlic or ginger infused honey. The recipe calls for 5 tablespoons of said infused honey which does not strike me as being too much!
    Posted by Mobilemam|August 24, 2021
    Esther Leah
    5 tablespoons of Honey is a lot of honey for a diabetic. No matter how "healthy" honey may be, it is different for a person who has to reduce carb and sugar intake (and carbs become sugars). With all of the other items on the menu that will also be higher in carbs and sugars (honey, silan, agave, fruit of any kind (fruit is fructose which is very high in sugars even if not prepared in sugar and diabetics have to be aware), it is better to stay away from such recipes however tempting as they are. They may be healthier to someone who does not have diet restrictions, but as Ms Landa stated it dangerous to those who do have to deal with these problems. Many people are naive and unaware and count on people like Rorie to "watch out for them". It should be clarified.
    Posted by Esther Leah|August 24, 2021
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  • Rita Landa

    Your dish is infused with 2 cups raw honey. As a spokeswoman for nutition counseling and eating healthy with all your grains to offer 2 CUPS OF HONEY can put a diabetic in the hospital even if its spread out for an entire chicken. This is most definitely not low carb and its misrepresentation to naive people . I came on strong dont want people to think its low carb hope u have a rebuttal. Thank u
    Posted by [email protected] |2021-08-23 21:36:39
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    0
    0
 
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  • Rita Landa

    Your dish is infused with 2 cups raw honey. As a spokeswoman for nutition counseling and eating healthy with all your grains to offer 2 CUPS OF HONEY can put a diabetic in the hospital even if its spread out for an entire chicken. This is most definitely not low carb and its misrepresentation to naive people . I came on strong dont want people to think its low carb hope u have a rebuttal. Thank u
    Posted by [email protected] |2021-08-23 21:36:50
    Replies:
    Martha-Anne Montlake
    The 2 cups of honey is for making either the garlic or ginger infused honey. The recipe calls for 5 tablespoons of said infused honey which does not strike me as being too much!
    Posted by Mobilemam|August 24, 2021
    Esther Leah
    5 tablespoons of Honey is a lot of honey for a diabetic. No matter how "healthy" honey may be, it is different for a person who has to reduce carb and sugar intake (and carbs become sugars). With all of the other items on the menu that will also be higher in carbs and sugars (honey, silan, agave, fruit of any kind (fruit is fructose which is very high in sugars even if not prepared in sugar and diabetics have to be aware), it is better to stay away from such recipes however tempting as they are. They may be healthier to someone who does not have diet restrictions, but as Ms Landa stated it dangerous to those who do have to deal with these problems. Many people are naive and unaware and count on people like Rorie to "watch out for them". It should be clarified.
    Posted by Esther Leah|August 24, 2021
    0
    2
  • Rita Landa

    Your dish is infused with 2 cups raw honey. As a spokeswoman for nutition counseling and eating healthy with all your grains to offer 2 CUPS OF HONEY can put a diabetic in the hospital even if its spread out for an entire chicken. This is most definitely not low carb and its misrepresentation to naive people . I came on strong dont want people to think its low carb hope u have a rebuttal. Thank u
    Posted by [email protected] |2021-08-23 21:36:39
    Replies:
    0
    0
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