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Chicken with Honey and Peaches

Chicken with Honey and Peaches

J0227651 Tonight when I went over to my parents house, there was the most incredible aroma wafting from the kitchen. My mother is a fabulous cook, always inventing new and unusual recipes for chicken. I begged her for the recipe so as much as I would like to take the credit  , I simply have to give it where it's due! One bite of this immediately transported me back to my childhood, a place where dinner was always by candlelight and tasted incredibly good after a long school day. Serve this chicken with steamed snap peas dressed with a little butter. Yummmm!

What you'll need:

4  boneless chicken breasts

Orange flower honey

Hellmans Mayonnaise (The only mayonnaise!)

Italian seasoned bread crumbs

1 can of sliced peaches in juice

A dusting of cardamon for love

Rub the chicken breasts with the mayonnaise and roll them in the bread crumbs until they are well coated. Place them in a cast iron pan (no oil necessary) with a handle and put them in the oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes on each side. Remove the pan from the oven and place on a burner and add the drained peaches. Finish cooking (about 20 more minutes) and in the last 5 minutes drizzle the chicken with the honey and cook until golden brown. Sprinkle with the cardamon and serve, basting with the pan juices.

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