Honey-Lime Chicken with Brussels Sprouts
Makes 4 servings A little sweet and a little tangy, this is an easy weeknight dinner that’s full of flavor. Chicken thighs stay tender and juicy, but you can substitute breasts or drumsticks, if you like. Use this same cooking method with carrots, potatoes, or even broccoli.


2 cloves garlic 1/4 cup lime…

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  1. katiellen.m@gmail.com

    How long does the chicken need to finish cooking in the oven?

  2. laura.monroe@culinary.edu

    The chicken should be cooked through by the time you finish the Brussels sprouts, so about 15 minutes. Since the thighs can vary in size and thickness, you may need a bit less or a bit more time, so check them with a thermometer (they should be 165F when finished) or by cutting one open at the thickest part.

  3. sgdream52@gmail.com

    Limes aren’t available right now. Can I use lemons or cider vinegar or sumac

  4. signaatherton@gmail.com

    This recipe was a huge hit with my family! It’s very flavorful and has a tangy kick with the combination of honey, lime juice and chili-garlic sauce. I substituted olive oil as I didn’t have canola on hand, brown rice for white rice and used boneless skinless chicken thighs. Next time I would make it with bone in chicken thighs, as the recipe calls for.

  5. helencahalin@gmail.com

    what can you use if you dont have chile garlic sauce

    • laura.monroe@culinary.edu

      You can use a few dashes of hot sauce, any sort of taco sauce, or salsa. If you don’t have any of that, you can just leave it out. It won’t be quite the same, but will still be tasty!

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