Red Chicken in the Oven

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I made red chicken tonight for my family.  I thought it might be a great thing to share with you all how I make red chicken when it is raining.  I use the oven instead of the grill.   Tonight I made a salad and sweet potatoes to go with the chicken.

I put the chicken in to the stove at 400 degrees with some water in the pain to keep it moist and cook it for half an hour. I pull the chicken out of the oven after a half hour, drain the water and pour Mama’s Fire Tibetan BBQ sauce generously over the chicken.

Pour the Mama's Fire BBQ sauce over the chicken so it looks like this.

Apologies for the blurry picture, unfortunately I only took one.  But it gives you an idea for the amount of BBQ sauce.  And let me tell you it tastes fantastic.  I then put the pan back in the stove for 15 minutes,  so it looks like this:

Dinner is served!

The sweet potatoes, I wash, skin and cut up into bite size pieces and glazed them with agave necture (not to much as it is sweet and the potatoes are sweet already), rosemarry and herbs de pravance and put them in the oven for a half hour until potatoes can easily be pierced by a fork.

The salad, of course, is whatever you would like; here is a picture of the one we ate tonight.

Lots of Oregon Veggies, oh so good!

We at Mama’s Fire Gourmet Sauce have news to share.  Two pieces in fact. First is that if you like us on Facebook (just click the link) and we will send you a code for buy one jar of sauce get the second jar free, for any of our sauces.  Second, if you are in the Salem area, we will be out at LifeSource Natural Foods this Saturday. April 14th from 11-3pm.  Come down and give our red chicken and rice a try.   The sauce is on sale at LifeSource for $3.99 a bottle, local special- you can’t beat that.

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