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Registered: ‎04-10-2014

Hi 3suwm5!

 

I make a glaze out of Apricot Jam...

 

It is my own recipe...So, I don't have measurements...I would just pour.

 

It is a "Glaze" for "Cornish Game Hens"".

 

6oz of Apricot Jam,  1- Stick Melted Butter,

and 1/2 cup of "Amaretto Liqueur". Mix well and 

Simmer and make into a glaze.

 

I use to Baste the "Cornish Game Hens" while they are cooking.  It makes the "Game Hens" taste amazing!

 

 

Respected Contributor
Posts: 2,240
Registered: ‎04-10-2014

Hi gmkb!

 

This is funny...My Mother who lives in PA, sent me this recipe in the 1980's and they called it...

 

"Pennsylvania Chicken"

 

1- Jar of Apricot Jam

1 - Bottle of Russian Salad Dressing 

1 - Package of Lipton Dry Onion Soup

 

Mix all together and pour over bone in chichen breast. Marinate for 1 hour and then place chicken and mixture into baking dish and bake at 350*.

 

It is funny, how a recipe's goes around and the name changes...It is a GOOD RECIPE.

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Posts: 1,389
Registered: ‎09-22-2011

 

Apricot jam is a good base for many glazes for pork, ham, chicken, and salmon. I use it often. In fact, I use jams more for glazes and such than I use it for spreading on toast and bread. A GF gave me a pint of her apricot-pineapple preserves one time and it made a great base for glazing a pork roast. Yum

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

In  the morning, on toast (from bread machine).  I spread a little coconut oil on the bread first and then the apricot jam.