Honey Thyme Chicken

Posted on March 16, 2010. Filed under: chicken, easy, poultry, recipe | Tags: , , , , |

I’m getting my garden ready for the summer season, and there is some cleaning up to do. My thyme plant has grown steadily throughout the winter, and I’ve been clipping little bits here and there. But the thyme is starting to flower, and it’s going to have to make way for a tomato plant soon. Most will be hung for drying, but some of it went into this easy weeknight meal.

Cut into chunks, season with salt, and then brown over high heat:
Two Chicken Breasts

Reduce heat to medium.
Add:
One Clove Garlic, minced

Cook for one minute, and then add:
1/4 Cup Chicken Stock
2 Teaspoons Honey
1.5 Teaspoons Fresh Lemon Juice
6 Sprigs Fresh Thyme
Pinch Salt & Pepper

Cook for one minute, and then add:

1 Teaspoon Butter
Remove thyme sprigs.
Serve.

*For a more intense flavor, strip a few sprigs of thyme, and chop the leaves into the garlic.

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Dear Thismanskitchen, your honey thyme chicken looks and sounds amazing!!! Love how you have your own thyme plant. “Wild Thing”, you make my heart sing! Loved and saved this recipe. I shall revisit you soon. Thank you for sharing.
Cheers, Gaby
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Thanks Gaby. Try the recipe and let me know how it turns out. And please do come back and keep commenting!

Really enjoyed your blog, too. Really well written, and one of the most interesting takes on food writing I’ve seen. I’ll certainly keep reading.


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