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Shake 'N Bake Seasoned Coating Mix, BBQ Glaze, 7-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 8)
Kraft Shake 'N Bake Original Recipe Barbecue Chicken & Pork lets you enjoy tender, juicy barbecued chicken and pork right from the oven. Low in fat and 100 percent cholesterol free, this coating is made with brown sugar, dried onions, dried tomatoes, and other ingredients that enhance the flavor of chicken and pork. Count on Kraft Shake 'N Bake Barbecue Chicken and Pork to help you create a healthy and tasty barbecued dish the whole family will love.
Pack of 8, 7-ounce boxes each with two packets and shaker bags (total of 56 ounces)
Made with dried onions and tomatoes
Low in fat and 100% cholesterol free
Great for chicken and pork
Makes a juicy and delicious main dish in the oven
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14 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Family FavoriteDec 09, 2008
I can't imagine why but it seems that grocery stores have stopped stocking this item. If you haven't tried it you must, it is the best coating mix available and my family keeps asking me to make chicken only with this shake and bake. It has a very different flavor than any BBQ sauce on the market, a flavor all it's own that is really delicious and goes with any side dish. I have made stuffing, mashed potatoes (a favorite) and almost any vegetable to go with it and everyone always has a second helping of chicken.It's perfect for company because it is unique and tastes like something you would cook for a special occasion. I am always afraid that they will stop making it, it really has become a staple in our home and even the most finicky people love it, kids all seem to love it and I love it because it is quick and easy. It's a very unique flavor, I want to say a little sweeter than most BBQ sauces or flavorings but not really sweet , kind of like a honey BBQ but better, that can be used on pork chops as well. There is a plastic bag enclosed to shake it in but I find that more of the mix sticks to the sides and it is very hard to coat the chicken , a lot of wasted mix that way. I put it on a plate a little at a time and add as needed, then I rinse the chicken pieces and kind of lightly roll them on the plate in the coating (shaking a little out of the packet on spots that are not coated) and then place them into a baking pan that I line with foil, it makes clean up much easier after cooking, almost don't need to wash the pan this way.Try to get all the pieces covered especially on the tops because the bottom will come off a little bit from the grease that cooks out of the chicken. Any mix left in the packet I shake on pieces that don't look completely covered and then just on top of all of them. I usually get a package of about 3 or 4 half breasts and a package of 6 thighs and one pack of mix will cover it all if you roll it on a plate. It becomes very sticky when it gets wet so it will stick to the plate, your fingers and of course the chicken pieces. I have also used a little bit of plum jam brushed on the chicken before coating it and thats very good too, but honestly you don't need to add anything it is delicious the way it is. Cook it long enough to get browned and crispy and remove it to a serving dish right away so it doesn't sit in the grease and you will be extremely happy with the results. I would really be interested to hear from someone who has never cooked with this before and see what they think.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
"NEW BBQ GlazeNov 12, 2013
By Marie Motschenbacher
Really disappointed with this new recipe. Having used your original recipe for years my family was really letting me know what they thought of it. I know I can do better than this and guess I will have to if I am ever to serve my chicken wings again. For years I trusted the original recipe and used to buy it 6 boxes at a time but no more. Too strong a tomato taste for us. What focus group did you test this recipe on? What culinary school did your chefs graduate from? Obviously flunked customer satisfaction class. My 14 year old great granddaughter asked me what kind did I buy she was so disappointed. So good luck peddling this new recipe to those who don't know or care about the difference. I may be old but my palate is intact and no more Kraft for my family. The original BBQ glaze was the only one I used to buy so you just save me some money if not aggravation. And my big mouth is warning everyone I know of the change so they don't over buy until they try it. Bad enough when something is taken off the market in order for a company to substitue something "new" and "better" down our throat but improved and new? Thanks for nothing.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Awesome!Apr 21, 2008
By C. Schuchman
For some reason they stopped selling this in stores in Fort Worth. This is my favorite for chicken.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Can't find it in storesSep 13, 2011
By J. Crane
"our stuff your stuff"
This is the best coating/glaze to help make BBQ Chicken. I never can find it is the stores so I always buy it here and it is so much cheaper then a store. I pour it in a pie pan roll the chicken in it then bake. After I roll all the chicken I put the remaining glaze in a Zip Lock gallon bag and place in the freezer till the next time. Sometimes I mix the glaze with plain Chicken Shake n Bake for a crunchy BBQ coating.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
great tasteJan 04, 2011
This BBQ Glaze Shake'N'Bake is great for other meats besides chicken and pork.
They made great Christmas gifts for grandchildren in college.
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