Norma's Applejack Chicken w/Long Grain & Wild rice

Norma DeRemer


Ever so often we go out to a local restaurant here in East York. I always order their Applejake Chicken. Tonight I thought I'd try to make my version of this wonderful flavored dish and it turned out really good. My sweetie and I had it with some steamed broccli and creamed corn. Wow! What a dinner. Will sure make this again and introduce it to my family.

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chicken breast halves, skinless and boneless, cut into cubes
2 Tbsp
vegetable oil
apples, peeled and sliced
1/3 c
laird's applejack rum
2 Tbsp
1/4 c
apple juice
3 Tbsp
1 Tbsp
fresh poultry blend, (rosemary, sage & thyme) finely chopped
6 ounce box of uncle bens long grain & wild rice with roasted garlic & olive oil

How to Make Norma's Applejack Chicken w/Long Grain & Wild rice


  • 1Place two tablespoons of olive oil in bottom of large frying pan and heat at med-high heat.
  • 2Add chicken cubes and cook chicken until no longer pink inside and starting to turn brown.
  • 3Add apple slices, and herb mixture, stir and cook until apples are soft.
  • 4Add butter and stir until melted.
  • 5Left pan off of stove top. Add Applejake Rum away from stove and light it with a lighter that is pictured above until it burns off. Being very careful!!!
  • 6Return to stove top and continue cooking up to a boil and add apple juice and stir.
  • 7Lower heat, place a lid over mixture and simmer while rice is cooking.
  • 8Make your box of your favorite Long Grain & Wild Rice mix as directed on the box and cook as directed.
  • 9Place cooked rice on plate and cover with chicken mixture. Serve hot with your favorite vegetables.

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About Norma's Applejack Chicken w/Long Grain & Wild rice

Course/Dish: Chicken
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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