Our Favorite Liqueur, Grand Marnier with Chicken?! Hello!

In this video, Harris demonstrates (while having a glass of wine!) how to make his decadent Grand Marnier with Chicken. Its a quick and easy dish to make.

Grand Marnier is an orange-flavored cognac liqueur. Just be sure to not get too carried away and drink all of your Grand Marnier before you get to add some to your chicken dish!

Here’s our recipe!

Ingredients

4 boneless Chicken Breasts
4 T of butter
½ cup all-purpose flour
½ t black pepper
1 t kosher salt
¼ cup orange marmalade
¼ Grand Marnier
Juice of 1 or 2 lemons
2 T soy sauce

Directions

Melt the butter and pour to cover roasting pan. Lightly pound chicken breasts. Mix together flour, salt and pepper and dredge chicken breasts. Place each chicken breast in the buttered roasting pan and turn over to coat both sides of chicken with the butter. Roast in 350 degree oven for 20 minutes.

While the chicken is cooking… in a small sauce pan on a low heat add remaining ingredients blending with whisk. After the chicken has cooked for 20 minutes, remove from oven and spoon on the Grand Marnier mixture. Put back in oven for another 15 minutes or until the juices of the chicken run clear.

We recommend serving this dish with rice and carrots, as the juice is very taste with the rice. However, any starch and vegetable is just fine.

Tip – If you do not want to serve your family Grand Marnier, replace it with two tablespoons of honey and the zest of an orange.

4 Comments

  1. Dianne says:

    Hi Harris and Dave! Enjoyed meeting you two last evening at The Altland House. Decided to check out your site this morning over coffee and discovered your recipe for Grand Marnier Chicken. Grand Marnier is my all time favorite; I must try this recipe soon! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Dianne

    • Diane, Thanks for taking the time to check out our site… The Grand Marnier chicken is easy to make and always a big hit. Let us know how it turns out for you. It was great meeting you and your friend last evening. Best regards, Dave

  2. day3of says:

    Reblogged this on day3of and commented:
    I enjoyed meeting Dave as he prepared his chicken. I’ll bet it’s yummy. I should warn you, though. When the oven timer goes off, you may feel the impulse to check your own kitchen. But after a few minutes of listening to it, you’ll merely feel the impulse to throttle Dave for forgetting to turn it off, but soon after that, I think you’ll love Dave again. Thanks for the lesson, Dave. I’ll try it sometime.

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