baked curry chicken

I have to give big thanks to my life group girls for introducing me to this recipe a year ago.  It’s become a regular in our home because it’s so yummy, the kids love it, and it is so easy to make.  I usually serve it with rice and broccoli, but I had some freshly dug sweet potatoes this week, so made sweet potato fries, seasoning them with curry powder and turmeric and garlic.  

Honey Curry Chicken
1 pkg. chicken breasts, filleted
¼ c. butter, melted
1/3 c. honey
2 T. Dijon mustard
1 t. salt
2 T. curry
1 T. minced garlic, or 1 t. garlic powder
Bake covered at 350 for 1 hr. 20 min.  Turn chicken halfway through.  I cut ours into strips in the sauce before serving.
Source: Adapted from Laurie’s Aunt Alina 🙂

I also made some pumpkin bars last night that I found at http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2006/10/brown-sugar-spice-pumpkin-bars.html
They were a hit!  (I substituted sucanat for brown sugar and didn’t use a full cup.  And topped with a different cream cheese frosting recipe)  I used to love baking muffins and bread, but it’s taking me awhile to find gluten free versions that taste like “normal” ones.  These were an exception and made it onto my gratitude list at the end of the day 🙂

That gratitude list has helped me these days to not lose my mind.  I thought we were all clear yesterday, after Miles had 24 hrs. of no fever, so he went to school.  I got a call at 2.30 from the school nurse saying he had a fever.  Poor guy.  So, he’s home again today.  I’ve got my card on the table ready to record His blessings today.  Because in my nature, I’m so ready to get out of this house!!! It’s been 12 days!!!  But I’ve been reading in Acts, and realize that if Paul and Silas can sing and praise God in prison (Acts 16.25), I can praise Him in the midst of sickness and uncertainty.
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4 thoughts on “baked curry chicken

  1. Brooke

    I love this blog! It's a little bit ann, a little bit soule mama, and a lotta sara. good job girl! I'm going to try the eggplant right away. I hate the long process…but you've made it a lot easier.

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  2. sara

    thanks friend! you know how much those ladies have influenced me – i'm sure it's a little bit brooke too! let me know what you think about the eggplant…now i'm nervous 🙂

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  3. kristine

    Sara! I know I'm a little behind but I just found your blog:) I tried your honey curry chicken tonight..it was yummy:) Thanks:) My mom has gluten allergies so I'm excited to explore your recipes!

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  4. sara

    Aw, thanks for letting me know, Kristine! It is in our oven most weeks, just because it's so easy, and the boys love it! So glad you liked it 🙂

    Reply

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