Russian Chicken Recipe! (...actually, guys, I'm not sure I can still technically call it "Russian Chicken", since I now use French dressing, but that's what my aunt called it, so I'm sticking with it)Read Now
This super simple recipe comes from my aunt. When I was young, my mom went through kidney failure and had to be on dialysis three times a week. To help out, her sister sent her a bunch of easy recipes and this one quickly became our family's favorite. The original recipe calls for only three ingredients: A bottle of Russian dressing, a jar of apricot jam, and a packet of dry onion soup mix. Oh, and chicken, so I guess that's technically four ingredients. Bake that all together at 350 degrees for one hour and you've got something sweet, tangy, and oh so delicious! I usually serve it with rice pilaf and a green vegetable as you can see in the photo above. If you want to try the original recipe (and your supermarket carries Russian dressing) go for it! However, a few years back my local supermarket stopped carrying Russian dressing, and I decided dry onion soup mix had way too much sodium in it, so I've altered the recipe to suit my needs. If you want to try my updated version, read on!
My *updated* Russian Chicken is now perhaps more appropriately called "French Chicken" because I use French dressing, but I still call it Russian Chicken because, well, that's just what it's called. I never measure when making this recipe, so here are my guesses on ingredient amounts:
1/3 bottle of French dressing.
1/2 jar of apricot jam
2 tablespoons of dried onion flakes
1/2-1 tablespoon of chili powder
1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce.
(I really should have measured these, guys. Sorry! The pictures below should give you at least *some* idea.)
So, yeah. That's "French (formerly Russian) Chicken" folks. Enjoy!
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