Honey Mint Glazed Chicken

Nuvita Biscuits


  • 1/4 cup white vinegar
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1 4-5 pound chicken, cut into parts
  • Salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 2-3 Tbsp water
  • 1/2 cup chopped fresh mint (or 2 Tbsp dried mint)


1 Place chicken pieces in a bowl. Mix vinegar with olive oil and pour over chicken pieces. Turn chicken pieces so that all are coated with the simple marinade. Let marinate for 30 minutes to an hour.

2 In a small bowl mix honey, mint, and just enough water for a good basting consistency. Set aside for glazing the chicken.

3 Prepare grill for medium high heat. Remove chicken pieces from marinade. Sprinkle generously with salt and pepper. Place chicken pieces on the hot grill, skin side up. Cook for approximately 30-40 minutes, covered, turning every 7 or 8 minutes. For the last 5-10 minutes of cooking, baste all sides with the honey mint mixture. The chicken is done when the juices run clear (not pink) when a knife tip is inserted into both the chicken breast and thigh, about 165°F for the breast and 180°F for the thigh. Note that although the breast pieces are bigger, they may finish cooking earlier than the thighs.

Recipe Comments

  1. posted by encyclopath on Mar 16, 2013

    Hi everyone, I’m budgeting for Summer and was wondering if you think this is enough to live on over summer. I have the following ingredients in my pantry (the milk, bananas, eggs, cheese and bread I’ll buy as I go along) that I hope I can make stuff out of over 18 weeks. It’s just me as a single person who has to live off this. Also, does anyone have any recipes that jump out to them on seeing this list?

    10.5kg various rice (basmati, long grain, brown, paella)
    6kg pasta
    2kg cous cous
    2kg lentils
    500g bulgur wheat
    34 loaves bread

    1.5kg porridge oats, 5kg muesli, 1kg raisins, 3 jars marmalade, 13 packs assorted biscuits, 1kg chocolate, 1.75kg potato chips600g chocolate spread, 1.5kg peanut butter, 2 jars strawberry jam, 10

    1.75kg butter
    3kg cheese
    4kg chicken
    68 litres milk
    100 eggs
    120 bananas + 5kg fruit salad

    spinach, onions, potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, parsley, hp sauce, soy sauce, ketchup, mint sauce, plain yoghurt, red chilli powder, chilli flakes, red + green chillies, mustard seeds, nutmeg, turmeric, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, garam masala, cumin, coriander, bay leaves, onion powder, yeast, cinnamon, various curry powders, creamed coconut, chinese 5 spice, cajun seasoning mix, tex-mex seasoning mix, salt, white pepper, black pepper, vinegar, mixed herbs, herbes de provence, chicken and vegetable stock cubes 3 litres vegetable oil, 1 litre groundnut + sesame oil, 1 litre extra virgin olive oil

    2.5kg self raising flour, 2kg plain flour, 1kg besan flour, 250g cocoa, 500g icing sugar, 500g demarara sugar, 500g caster sugar, 2kg granulated white sugar, 500g semolina, 750g pure honey, 200g baking powder, cinnamon, 250ml lemon juice, creamed coconut, vanilla extract

    + 11 jars ready made cooking sauces, 12 packets powdered cheese sauce, 4kg fries, 36 fish fingers, 10 tins pasta shapes, 30 packs ramen noodles, 12 cup soups, about 20 packets of flavoured rice/soups etc.

    160 teabags
    6 litres of sparkling + still water (can also drink tap water)
    3 litres squash for diluting
    10 litres of 50% fruit squash for diluting
    24 litres of fizzy juice
    10 lites of pure fruit juice

    + i have vitamins

  2. posted by Milk84 on Mar 17, 2013

    looking for meals that are quick and easy to make

  3. posted by xiM Clutch on Mar 18, 2013

    My old friends from school are coming to visit tomorrow.
    i want to cook a special dinner for them.
    Any ideas?

  4. posted by The Dark Knight on Mar 18, 2013

    I tasted them and they were delicious, but i believe its only the breaded skin that makes all of that wonderful taste since the chicken inside tastes like normal chicken. Any1 by any chance work at one of Canada’s pizza pizza stores and can tell me so i can save some money as they are quite expensive; $7.99 canadian for 10 pieces to be exact/94 cents per each chicken bite piece.

  5. posted by Mathew on Mar 24, 2013

    if possible no drinks may be something to eat and enjoy!

  6. posted by The Inc on Mar 25, 2013

    I am the cook in our home. I just took a job in which I won’t be home Mon-Fri until 7pm. So, this is past dinner time, especially since I have a 1 and a 7 year old. My SO does not cook much and will have to make dinner from now on.

    I need bunches of ideas that are either A.) Easy to throw in a crock pot during the day and will be eaten by picky kids, OR B.) My SO can quickly and easily throw together (again, for picky kiddos). I would like them to be relatively healthy. And, we are on a budget.


    Let the games begin!
    Amit- I know, right! :-) I think I’m in trouble here.

  7. posted by The Villain on Mar 25, 2013

    getting tired of the same thing!

  8. posted by Jonathan on Mar 26, 2013

    I’m taking prawn cocktail , soup , and pate as a given , maybe some vegetarian starters?

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