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1 Huli Huli Grilled Chicken on Mon Sep 21, 2015 7:50 pm

bethk

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Huli Huli Chicken

4 – 6 Boneless Chicken Thighs, cleaned of excess fat, cut into chunks
Sauce:
½ c. Brown Sugar
1/3 c. Ketchup
2 T. Dry Sherry
1 ¼ t. Grated Ginger
½ t. Garlic Powder
½ t. Onion Powder
1 T. Garlic Chili Paste
1 T. Soy Sauce
½ t. Sesame Oil

Reserve 1/3 c. sauce for basting. Marinate Chicken chunks in sauce for 3 hours or overnight.
One half hour before grilling, drain marinate off chicken. Add 1 T. Canola oil and stir to coat. Grill over med-high flame on a piece of non-stick foil. After turned twice, baste with reserved sauce, allow to caramalize.
Serve with basmati rice.


2 Re: Huli Huli Grilled Chicken on Mon Sep 21, 2015 10:04 pm

NormM

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That looks delicious, Beth.

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3 Re: Huli Huli Grilled Chicken on Mon Sep 21, 2015 10:11 pm

bethk

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Thanks, Norm...it really was tasty.

I did leave a note in the dinner thread for you. I think it's something you and the kids would enjoy. That being said, I also think if I make it again that I will drop the amount of brown sugar and add some microplaned pear or apple, kind of mixing that bulgogi type flavoring, so the sauce isn't so cloyingly sweet. I might even up the garlic chili paste because it certainly can take that heat.

Certainly, I recommend you give it a try.

And a note for Imelda.....same goes for you and Dirk. I think this is a recipe you would enjoy, especially if you increased the amount of chili paste. Good stuff.

4 Re: Huli Huli Grilled Chicken on Tue Sep 22, 2015 3:46 am

Imelda HL

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bethk wrote:Thanks, Norm...it really was tasty.

I did leave a note in the dinner thread for you.  I think it's something you and the kids would enjoy.  That being said, I also think if I make it again that I will drop the amount of brown sugar and add some microplaned pear or apple, kind of mixing that bulgogi type flavoring, so the sauce isn't so cloyingly sweet.  I might even up the garlic chili paste because it certainly can take that heat.

Certainly, I recommend you give it a try.  

And a note for Imelda.....same goes for you and Dirk.  I think this is a recipe you would enjoy, especially if you increased the amount of chili paste.  Good stuff.

I'm reading it now and will give it a try, thank you

5 Re: Huli Huli Grilled Chicken on Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:45 am

Barbara101

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1 T. Garlic Chili Paste ??? I do not have that..

6 Re: Huli Huli Grilled Chicken on Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:52 am

bethk

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It's in the Oriental section. It's got a Rooster on the label, like sriracha....Oh, it's called Chili Garlic Sauce...not paste. 8 oz. plastic jar ~ thick sauce.

By itself it is VERY hot. But used as an ingredient it's really flavorful. I think you could make it yourself if you had access to the tiny Thai bird chilis....but I can imagine the smell would be strong enough to fumigate a house as it cooked down!

7 Re: Huli Huli Grilled Chicken on Tue Sep 22, 2015 10:05 am

Barbara101

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Thanks I will look for it..

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