Sriracha Brown Sugar Chicken

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
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5 from 5 reviews

A crispy and juicy Sriracha Brown Sugar Chicken made with only 5 ingredients, it’s sweet, spicy and tender. Perfect for a weeknight meal.

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Easy Sriracha Brown Sugar Chicken

Happy Friday dear friends, I have a fun announcement, going forward I will be contributing recipes twice a month. Today I am sharing a Brown Sugar Chicken for which you need only 5 ingredients and one pan!

Lately, I have been completely obsessed with Sriracha sauce, and you know, you can never go wrong with brown sugar especially when butter is involved. This easy Brown Sugar Chicken is perfect for a weeknight meal, it’s budget-friendly and you will be rewarded with a juicy and tender chicken, with a crispy, seared top.

That brown sugar garlicky and spicy sauce is amazing, you will probably want to make a double batch of the sauce so you can put it on everything. We ended up dipping some crusty, freshly baked bread into it until all the sauce was gone.

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5 from 5 reviews
Siracha Brown Sugar Chicken
Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 8 servings
Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 30 minutes Total time: 40 mins

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Calories: 110 Carbohydrates: 6 Protein: 0 Fat: 9 Saturated Fat: 5 Cholesterol: 22 Sodium: 248 Potassium: 18 Sugar: 6 Vitamin A: 275 Vitamin C: 4.9 Calcium: 8 Iron: 0.1
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sheraz

looks delicious will try it

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Sara Welch

This is my kind of recipe! Adding this to my dinner line up for the week; looks too good to pass up!

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Amanda

Perfect flavor combination with chicken!

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Cathy

Perfectly sweet & savory all at once!

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katerina @ diethood.com

This looks incredibly delicious! I love the flavor combo!

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Toni

Everyone at my house really loved it! Really delicious meal!

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Sandra

This quickly became a favorite at my house!! So yummy!

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Melissa Dier

This is delicious, but please don't pass this off as your original recipe. I found it a few years ago on Dinner Then Dessert, and she's updated the recipe since then, but this is almost word for word her original recipe. If you're going to share someone else's recipe, please give them credit.

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90% of Dinner then Dessert recipes are from other bloggers. I personally know the person and the tactics that have been used on that blog. Before accusing me of something please check everything, this recipe has been originally made BY ME for HER, as a guest blog post on her blog years ago. So the recipe you see on HER blog was created by me. Since then, many things have changed and we both decided to take down any links that were showing the exchange. So yes, all these years you were making my recipe.

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