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Preheat the oven to 375°F. In a large mixing bowl, mix the barbecue sauce, garlic, honey, vinegar, olive oil, water, flour, paprika, chili powder, and cayenne. Throw the chicken in a baking dish skin side down and dump half of the barbecue mixture across the chicken. Turn the chicken over and toss in the onions evenly throughout the pan around the chicken. Dump the remaining barbecue mixture across the chicken and onions and spread around evenly.
Bake the chicken for 50 minutes (more depending on the size of the chicken), occasionally spooning the barbecue mixture over the chicken and onions. Remove the dish from the oven. Top with some chives and other green shit and serve with extra sauce from the baking dish.