Ya Ya Chicken
	(based on a recipe by Enola Prudhomme--Paul's sister)
	1 chicken, skinned and cut up or 8 chicken thighs
	1/2 t salt
	1/2 t chili powder
	1/2 t ground cayenne pepper 
	1/2 t paprika
	1 T margarine
	1 c chopped onion (1 medium to large)
	1/2 cup chopped bell pepper
	1/2 cup chopped celery (onion, bell pepper, and celery is referred to as 
		the Trinity in Cajun cooking)
	2 cloves garlic, minced
	6 oz. orange juice
	1 t grated orange peel
	2 T honey
	1 T Worcestershire sauce
	1/2 t ground ginger
	Any brand of hot sauce to taste (Louisiana, Crystal, Tabasco, etc)
	Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  
	Arrange the chicken in a baking dish sprayed with PAM.  
	Combine salt, cayenne pepper, chili powder and paprika.
	Sprinkle over chicken.  
	Set aside.
	Melt the margarine in skillet and saute the Trinity and the garlic
	for 5 minutes.  
	Add the rest of the ingredients and cook for 5 or more minutes until 
	sauce reduces a bit. Then remove from heat and pour over chicken.  
	Cover chicken with aluminum foil. 
	Bake for 30 minutes covered.
	Remove foil and turn chicken, basting with sauce. Return to oven and 
	cook for 30 more minutes.
	If you want you may broil for an additional 5 minutes per side
	for a more appealing texture.
	Serve with white rice and veggie of choice.

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