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My family and I loved this. After the chicken was boiled, I added 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1/2 tsp cinnamon to the sauce and continued boiling to thicken while the chicken was frying. We drizzled it over the chicken and rice, and it was great. I also loved the crisp skin without the breading!

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CeliacZooChef March 28, 2009

i followed it to the T except i used 4 lbs. of bone in chicken thighs w/ skin. i had enough sauce drench and boil the chicken in. for some reason the flavor of the sauce didn't really penetrate the meat. flavor was very subtle. so i took the left over sauce..added 1 tbs of brown sugar and boiled it till it slightly thickened. drizzled the sauce over the crispy chicken. family enjoyed it.

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LuvMyBabies May 13, 2008

Very good chicken. Will make again.

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NanaD February 19, 2008

awesome! preparation was fast. In fact,mixing these ingredients took me less than 10mins since I used garlic powder instead ;) and the seasonings were just poured directly on the pot with the chicken. What's also good about this recipe is that the boiling process makes sure that the chicken is cooked even from the inside and at the same time incorporating the tastes of the seasonings. Outcome was a tasty fried chicken without the breading! This will be a keeper! Thanks for posting! :)

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Pneuma November 05, 2007
Nanay's Filipino Fried Chicken