Jack Daniels and honey Quorn™ chicken, rice and veg. recipe
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This main is yummy and easy to make! Tastes like Jack Daniels chicken from TGI Fridays! Ready in just over 30 minutes, so ideal for week nights.
9 people made this
- 3 teaspoons runny honey
- 3 teaspoons Jack Daniels barbecue glaze
- 200g Quorn™ chicken fillets, chopped
- 1 dessertspoon olive oil
- 5 mushrooms, chopped
- 150g rice
- 150g broccoli, cut into small florets
MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:30min ›Ready in:45min
- In a mixing bowl combine the honey and Jack Daniels barbecue glaze and mix well. Add in the chicken and toss to ensure an even coating. Set aside.
- In a frying pan over a medium heat, warm the oil and add the mushrooms. Cook for 3 minutes then add chicken into the pan together with the marinade and add a splash of water. Simmer covered for 15 to 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- When there is about 10 minutes of cooking time left for the Quorn™ chicken, place the rice in a saucepan and add just enough water to cover. Bring to the boil then cover and reduce the heat to low allowing the rice to simmer until soft and fluffy, about 8 minutes.
- Bring a separate saucepan of water to the boil over a high heat and add the broccoli. Cook for 5 to 8 minutes until just tender. Drain.
- Serve the chicken with the rice and broccoli on a warmed plate. Enjoy this yummy yet simple recipe!
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I’m a beer drinker. And I don’t usually like sweet drinks. So when a big group of us went out for dinner on a weekend beach trip, I did what I always do and ordered a beer. While the waiter was getting everyone else’s drink orders, I picked up the seasonal menu and spotted a cocktail that caught my eye.
Theirs was Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey, muddled peaches, fresh mint and lemon-lime soda. Since I was on a getaway weekend – at the beach no less – I changed up my order and decided to get the JD cocktail. What the heck, right?
The waiter brought my drink, I took one glorious sip of it, grabbed his arm and said, “Whatever I tell you, do not let me have another one of these.” Great day in the morning, that thing was good! I could tell I’d knock the bottom out of it in no time and would want another but I had my Angel Baby with me and wouldn't want to have more than one drink knowing we’d be driving back to the hotel after dinner.
It’s light and bubbly and fresh from the peaches and soda but somehow rich and decadent at the same time from the whiskey and honey.
As soon as I got home I set out to recreate it! I decided to omit the mint because I really couldn't pick it up in the drink anyway and I thought ginger ale would be better with the honey so that’s how I made mine!
You can buy the peach syrup at most liquor stores but I’ll post a recipe below to make your own if you can’t find it. Consider making a batch. It’s super easy and it’s ta die for in iced tea!
I couldn't figure out what to call this. We've got Tennessee whiskey, honey, peaches and ginger ale. I decided to call it a Tennessee Honey Hole because JD is a Tennessee whiskey and a “honey hole” is what my daddy always called a good fishing hole or a sweet spot to put a deer stand.
Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Barbecue Sauce
I can not remember a year when I haven’t made all of my holiday gifts for friends (children are another story…they don’t want my food they want stuff!). Although I try to make something new each year there are repeats by request. New for this year though is this Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Barbecue Sauce and I expect it will be coveted too.
In years past I’ve made this Limoncello and it’s always popular and often requested…my friends even make sure to get bottles back to me in hope of refills.
Though not a food item I have legions of fans who love this Wood Butter for cutting boards and wooden utensils as much as I do. Can’ t buy a new cutting board? Refresh it! I’ve got a couple of new favorites I’ll be sharing this week…and this sauce has been deemed good enough to be first!
I have no doubt this barbecue sauce is going to create the same sensation. A bit of whiskey, some heat too it’s been great on everything I’ve tried chicken, beef, pork and shrimp…it’s even good straight from the spoon (of course I did!).
It was SO bitter cold last week that I just quickly seared some rib-eye on the grill, sliced it and then finished it inside on the stove it was perfect, seriously.
One of my other favorite uses is adding a couple of spoonfuls to baked beans. I never just heat up a plain can of bean, preferring to saute an onion and add a bit extra seasoning to make them more special this sauce has been my latest addition and it’s a good one too.
I used Jack Daniels Honey Whiskey because I had some but don’t limit yourself use your brand and add a bit more honey for a similar result. They honey whiskey is actually a honey liqueur with whiskey added to it so it definitely brings a sweet component.
The folks making Sriracha Hot Sauce better get their act together because for some of us it’s a NECESSARY ingredient but if you don’t already have the red rooster or can’t find it here’s a list on Wikipedia of other hot sauces you could consider!
Sweet, heat, a bit spicy there is that booze business too…what can I say but this Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Barbecue Sauce for Beef, Pork, Chicken and Shrimp is oh SO good! A great gift for a cook or someone who loves to grill or what the heck, make it for yourself!
The ingredient list may seem long but the items are typically pantry staples you might already have including: (complete list and instructions at bottom of post)
- 1 cup dark brown sugar
- 1/2 cup Jack Daniel’s Honey Whiskey
- 1/2 cup soy sauce
- 1/2 cup ketchup
- 1/4 cup honey
- 1 tsp Liquid Smoke
- 1 Tbsp Sriracha hot sauce (or your favorite)
- 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
- 2 tsp bacon drippings
- 1 tsp dried espresso (or instant coffee use a bit more)
- 2 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp onion powder
- 1 tsp paprika
- 1/2 tsp chipotle powder
- a pinch of cayenne pepper
If you like your sauces a bit hotter, just add more Sriracha, chipotle and/or cayenne pepper to your taste. It’s easy to make and so delicious…double the batch if you’re giving some away you want to make sure there is plenty for YOU!
Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Blackberry Tea
By the end of this day I’m going to need a whole pitcher of Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Blackberry Tea. Still hard at work in my yard today we’re working on putting in a walk along the side of the house.
The builder loves dumping tons of river rock everywhere and while maybe fun to walk on in the river…here in my yard they’re awful. So we’re scrapping away the river rock and putting down some flagstone on a small size gravel that compacts together.
The front will have huge pieces of flagstone embedded in it and so will the very back but the long walk from the gate to the back is just rock. Once it starts compacting it will be perfect for the ONLY reason I need a walkway on that side of the house. My lawnmower and garden wagon…boy am I tired of what it takes to haul heavy loads though those rocks!
It was funny…the rock was delivered and the kids came out as if magnetized and they all had such fun…for one day only! It was a huge mess but no one complained luckily most will be gone end of day today. I’m not certain their parents want to do that gravel cleanup out of hair and every crevice of clothing EVERY day.
As for me? This is it the best I can do under this tight schedule, something I made several years ago that I love to serve during barbecues and picnics. Not heavy on the booze with that perfect summer taste of sweetened tea and the added luxury of blackberries. It is pretty too, isn’t it?
My favorite concoction ever using this magical potion isn’t even a cocktail (at least until today!). I made these cupcakes for a big celebration in 2013. Not ‘just’ my daughter’s birthday but an even bigger celebration the news that on her 30th birthday that she was cancer free.
I still get teary when I think of those words and she would probably reprimand me for shedding those tears and remind me it was good news. Yes, yes it was but she will have to be a mom before she gets why that day will forever be so meaningful and give me that moment for those tears of joy. Besides they are so good they could make you cry.
I know you will LOVE Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey. I love the scent of bourbon opening this bottle and wafting the combination of bourbon and honey? It’s just…just…I don’t know! How can you describe something indescribable?
I so love using bourbon in my cooking and until this cocktail have used the Jack Honey for nothing else. There are the aforementioned cupcakes, barbecue sauces, frosting and a salad dressing that come to mind. See it’s not just good, it’s so versatile. Seriously one of my favorite bottles to have on hand!
I’m just a bit embarrassed I had not thought to make a cocktail with it before this one. And this was the perfect one. I muddled the berries and mint and added them to a tall pitcher of tea before combining all of it with some lemon and a bit of simple syrup (the Jack might be enough for you but with blackberries and lemon I thought it needed a touch more sugar).
Served over ice on a hot day? Try it and then tell me it’s not your new favorite too.
Next up? Lemonade and Jack Honey and homemade Luxardo Cherries…I can’t wait! By the way, every time I write that it’s like I’m addressing my boyfriend, my fictional one. Jack, honey, would you please pass me that tea? Sorry…am I loopy? The price I you pay for my making cocktails during the day! Try this, you will love it…and Cheers!
Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey Chicken
Have the butcher split two small fryers or if you prefer, buy cut-up chicken pieces.
Place the chicken in a shallow pan and douse with whiskey.
Sprinkle salt and pepper over the pieces marinate for 2 hours.
Soak some wood chips (they specify Jack Daniel's Barrel chips) in water--if you're using regular wood chips, I'd suggest soaking them in whiskey? While the chips are soaking, build a charcoal fire in your barbecue grill.
Use the wood chips in your grill to create a good smoking fire.
Broil the fryers over the pit until well cooked.
FOR WHISKEY SAUCE: Sauté the mushrooms and green onion in butter until tender.
Add whiskey and brown sauce and simmer until flavors have blended and the alcohol has evaporated.
Keep warm until serving time. *
BROWN SAUCE - To make Brown Sauce thicken beef bouillon with cornstarch or roux.
Honey Mustard Chicken
Oven roasted chicken topped with honey and a rich Jack Daniel’s Mustard sauce baked into each bite. Serve over rice to make this a meal. Have dinner on the table in 45 minutes with 5 simple ingredients!
Honey mustard chicken is one of my favorite dishes to prepare for my family. This dish is so easy to make and packs a wonderful and pleasant taste that leaves you wanting more. This recipe doesn’t require many ingredients and it’s no wonder I use it time and time again. With just 5 ingredients this meal can be made within 45 minutes and will be on the table in under an hour.
Imagine if every meal could be planned this easily. Dinner would be on the table in no time at all with a handful of ingredients. If you’re on the go and need to make a quick meal the family will love, this is the recipe, I promise you!
I’ve tried all sorts of mustard’s within the past few years. On my quest to find the best mustard for this dish, I have used Grey Poupon, peppercorn mustard, yellow mustard, brown mustard, Dijon mustard, honey mustard and Jack Daniel’s Mustard. Hands down, Jack Daniel’s Mustard was my favorite flavor to bake this chicken recipe with.
I like to pair the honey mustard chicken with a plate of white/brown rice. The flavors of the sauce really compliment the chicken. Make a meal out of this and have rice or steamed veggies like broccoli as a side dish.
My all-time favorite recipe for baked honey mustard chicken. This chicken doesn’t need any spices to make it hot. The Jack Daniel’s sauce compliments the chicken well enough compared to other mustard’s.
- 2 pounds chicken thighs
- salt and ground black pepper to taste
- 1 ¼ cups pineapple juice
- 3 tablespoons bourbon whiskey, or more to taste
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce
- 3 cloves garlic
- 1 tablespoon brown sugar
- ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
- 2 teaspoons butter, or to taste
- 2 large mushrooms, sliced
Preheat an outdoor grill for high heat and lightly oil the grate.
Season chicken thighs with salt and pepper.
Cook the chicken thighs until no longer pink in the center and somewhat charred on the outside, about 7 minutes per side. An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read at least 165 degrees F (74 degrees C).
Let chicken cool until able to handle easily, cut into strips, and put into a large glass bowl.
Stir pineapple juice, bourbon whiskey, soy sauce, garlic cloves, brown sugar, and black pepper together in a saucepan over medium-low heat stir until the sugar dissolves, bring to a simmer, and cook until thickened, 15 to 20 minutes.
While the sauce simmers, melt the butter in a small skillet over medium-high heat. Saute mushrooms in hot butter until softened, 3 to 5 minutes. Stir into the simmering sauce.
Pour the mushrooms and sauce over the chicken strips and toss to coat.
TGIF Jack Daniels Glazed Chicken Meatballs
Copycat TGI Fridays Jack Daniels glaze-coated chicken meatballs. Sticky, sweet, boozy and delicious!
- FOR THE GLAZE:
- ¾ cups Chicken Stock, Unsalted
- 1 cup Pineapple Juice
- ⅓ cups Teriyaki Sauce
- 1-½ Tablespoon Reduced Sodium Soy Sauce
- 1 cup Dark Brown Sugar (packed)
- 3 Tablespoons Lemon Juice
- ¼ cups Yellow Onion, Finely Diced
- 3 cloves Garlic, Minced
- ¼ cups Jack Daniel's Whiskey
- ¼ teaspoons Cayenne Pepper
- ½ teaspoons Kosher Salt
- 4 teaspoons Cornstarch
- 3 Tablespoons Water
- FOR THE MEATBALLS:
- 1 pound Ground Chicken
- 3 cloves Garlic
- ½ whole Yellow Onion
- 3 Tablespoons Curly Parsley, Minced
- ½ cups Panko Breadcrumbs
- ½ teaspoons Cayenne Pepper
- ½ teaspoons Dried Oregano
- 1 teaspoon Poultry Seasoning
- 1 teaspoon Kosher Salt
- ½ teaspoons Ground Black Pepper
- 1 whole Large Egg, Beaten
- 2 Tablespoons Buttermilk
1. For the glaze: In a medium sized saucepan over medium-high heat, combine the stock, pineapple juice, teriyaki sauce, soy sauce and brown sugar. Bring contents to a boil.
2. Stir in the remaining glaze ingredients, except for the cornstarch and water.
3. Immediately reduce to a simmer over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally. Simmer glaze, stirring occasionally, until reduced by half, about 1 hour.
4. In a small bowl mix the cornstarch with the water. Slowly whisk into the glaze. Continue to simmer until thickened to desired consistency, about 5 additional minutes.
5. For the meatballs: Preheat oven to 350 F. Line a large rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper for easy clean up.
6. In a large mixing bowl combine all of the meatball ingredients. Use your hands to mix ingredients together, being sure not to over-mix the meatballs. For medium sized meatballs, scoop 2 tablespoons of chicken mixture into your hands and form into a ball. Place onto prepared baking sheet.
7. Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until an instant read thermometer inserted into a meatball reads 165 F.
8. Toss the meatballs with the glaze.
9. Serve immediately with additional glaze on the size for dipping.
1. Recipe yields approximately 18-20 meatballs.
2. Glaze can be made a day in advance and stored, covered, in the refrigerator. Reheat in a small saucepan over medium low heat until warmed throughout, stirring occasionally. Toss with hot meatballs.
3. Glazed meatballs will keep, covered, in the refrigerator for up to three days.
4. To reheat glazed meatballs: Place in a medium sized saucepan over medium low heat and cook, stirring occasionally until warmed throughout.
5. Glaze heavily adapted from Top Secret Recipes.
Jack Daniels Honey Whiskey Cupcakes with a Boozy Drizzle
If you think this is a stretch for my Friday Cocktails, then you didn’t see just how much booze I’ve put into these Jack Daniels Honey Whiskey Cupcakes with a Boozy Drizzle! It’s everywhere I tell ya!
Booze in the cake, even more in the frosting and then because I wasn’t sure that was quite enough I thought an extra touch with a drizzle would be necessary.
I think I had the idea to do this but I’m not sure…Jessica posted these Bacon Banana Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting + a Bourbon Drizzle (were those a homage to Elvis or what?) last week. But it was sort of an over the top addition that we all loved.
I made these Jack Daniels Honey Whiskey Cupcakes for my daughter Lauren. Her birthday is tomorrow. Thirty years. How on earth does a 39 year old woman have a child who is 30? Talk about a miracle huh? But the real miracle is my girl. My sweet girl who was just living her life like so many of us when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
The same girl who was so afraid of strangers that I used customer service at grocery stores to get her used to them. I would have her go to the Customer Service desk and ask them a question about where we could find something, always urging her to remember that the WORST thing that could ever happen is they would not know. I know it seemed a silly task but it helped.
As she got a bit older those days were a thing of the past and my adolescent girl would take off on her own shopping with mom was embarrassing. I guess I showed her…if she got too far awry and was nowhere to be seen when I was ready to leave a store I would have the checkout person call her on the intercom.
As much as she hated that she obviously hated walking the aisles with me more because I remember doing that on several occasions! ‘Would Lauren Kiebel please come to the checkout your mom is waiting!’
There were fun times too funny I never stopped to think until just now if she had a clue how nervous I was when I agreed to be the coach of her girls soccer team when she was in elementary school. I did not have a CLUE how the game was played but they needed an assistant coach and I volunteered.
I remember thinking how brave she was then too she volunteered to be the goalie and she was so good at that…that height business really helped!
She has weathered her share of heartache over the years too her best friend dying three years after a lightning bolt rendered her physically and mentally incapacitated, the pain of a distant father going through high school a bit too tall and with a bit less social life than she would have liked.
But those things have made her stronger too and I love this photo a friend of hers took. I see this great warrior princess unashamed that her hair is gone and still looking fierce.
There is no doubt that it was that reservoir of strength that has helped see her through this with a strength of purpose that has not gone un-noticed. She has risen to the challenge of showing cancer who is boss!
She was determined to not give in or give up and has found herself in a role where others now see her so admirably for her abject determination to fight this fight with humor and determination and a positive spirit.
And the best part. She won! Chemo worked, the lump is gone. Surgery to scrape the area around the lump, remove a couple of lymph nodes and remove her port (what she called ‘her creature’) is complete and she has been declared cancer free!! Is there a way I can add sound to those two words? Maybe this would say it better?
Just as parents aren’t supposed to lose their children, we also aren’t supposed to see them go through something like this. But she did and it has changed her. When just months ago losing her luxurious long hair was heart breaking she now thinks she just might keep it shorter (which I LOVE!).
She is unsure of her job future since losing her job (can you believe cancer was a pain for her boss to deal with?) but she’s working on plans and I just know something positive will come of that too. She was meant for greater things and we’re just not sure yet exactly what that is…but I can’t wait to see! In the meantime? We have a pretty important birthday to celebrate don’t we?
Update: Good things do happen to deserving people. While working in a temporary position for E-bags she gained some priceless experience and was recruited from her LinkedIn profile for a job with Zappos in Las Vegas. After 18 months there another offer came from Ebay in San Jose, CA and she is living the dream…she loved Zappos but Vegas is no place to live and the San Francisco area was a dream destination.
HURRAH!! Another update? As of late 2018 she has joined Facebook in San Jose, CA. We may curse at FB sometimes but wow is it a fantastic place for her to work!
It’s not like cupcakes with whiskey could be called Lauren’s favorite for her birthday. I’m not sure she has ever indicated a true favorite cake most birthdays were a relatively basic cake, it was all about the frosting and the decorating.
I remember years of shapes and frostings and making anything from a bubble gum machine to a Care Bears cake to ballet shoes so these are definitely a treat for a woman.
She may be my girl but she is not a girl…and this woman deserves this amazing cupcake! So these pups have honey whiskey in the cake, frosting with more…and well, they are decorated with drizzled honey whiskey I mean how perfect is that?
By the way…I have not tried using this for a cocktail it’s just SO perfect for something like this and that’s why I bought it. It’s not a whiskey infused with honey instead it’s whiskey with honey liqueur and it’s simply delicious!
Guess I’ll have to give a cocktail shout out one day soon but in the meantime…won’t you join me in wishing Lauren a VERY Happy Birthday? Love you sweetie and have a wonderful week with your girlfriends up in Summit County!!
TGI Friday&rsquos Sesame Jack Strips Copycat
My husband is already having heart palpitations knowing that the Super Bowl is around the corner. While he loves the Super Bowl, that day also means the end of football season so it is kind of a day of mourning too. And for me, it is just a chance to eat good food, watch funny commercials and gab with the girls. We love finger foods for the big game and my all-time favorite appetizer is the Sesame Jack Chicken Strips from TGI Friday’s. I am partnering with Tyson Foods to bring you this extra special secret sauce to top their Crispy Chicken Strips. Scroll down to the bottom for the printable recipe.
Now I am not going to lie this sauce takes a while to make. But the beauty is that you can totally bottle it up and make it ahead of time. This will allow you to focus on other game day prep. And with the Tyson ® Chicken Strips there is no dredging and dunking the chicken in breadcrumbs. #WIN
1/4 cup of garlic paste
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 whole large onion, finely diced
2 tablespoons crushed pineapple
3½ cups dark brown sugar
2½ cups pineapple juice
½ cups Teriyaki sauce
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1/3 cup of lemon juice
5 teaspoons cider vinegar
1 teaspoon red wine vinegar
1/2 cup of Whiskey (obviously Friday’s uses Jack Daniels)
a dash of cayenne pepper (or more if you like spice)
Tyson ® Crispy Chicken Strips (found in the freezer section)
Now if you decide to save any of the sauce to bottle up, click here for a free printable label for this sauce.
1. Dice onion and then add 2 tablespoons of olive oil to a large skillet. Cook onions over medium to low heat until caramelized, about 1 hour.
2. Add garlic paste, stir to combine and cook 1 minute.
3. Add crushed pineapple and cook 1 minute more.
4. Add brown sugar and cook until melted, stirring frequently about 5 minutes.
5. In a bowl, combine pineapple juice, Teriyaki sauce, soy sauce, lemon juice, both vinegars and whiskey. Pour in skillet, stirring to combine.
6. Add a dash of cayenne pepper. Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally, then reduce heat until simmering. Simmer until mixture is thickened and reduced by at least half, about an hour.
7. When sauce is almost done, cook your Tyson ® Chicken Strips for 20 minutes at 400 degrees F.
8. When finished cooking drizzle sauce over the strips and sprinkle sesame seeds on.
9. Serve with a ramekin of the copycat jack sauce.
The sauce is so sweet and the perfect complement to your game day grub. Pour the rest in a bottle and store it in the refrigerator. It made about three 16 ounces bottles worth of sauce to save.