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Honey-Glazed Grilled Chicken


This is a very easy, fuss-free chicken dish which is finger-licking good.  Just marinate the chicken with some sauce for a few hours, preferably overnight, put them under the grill and you'll be rewarded with a delicious meal.  This is also a quick way to serve something delicious which is also very affordable.


Honey-Glazed Grilled Chicken

Ingredients

  3 pieces chicken thigh, deboned
       6 cloves garlic, minced
      10 gm  ginger, minced

Marinade

  1  Tbsp honey, 1/2  Tbsp lemon kumquat vinigen
 1.1/2 Tbsp light soya sauce, 1.1/2  Tbsp cooking wine
   1.1/2 tsp each of oyster sauce, fish sauce and sesame oil.

Method

Rinse chicken thighs. Pat dry.  Make some cuts on the chicken thighs.
  Mix with the minced garlic, ginger and marinade for a few hours, preferably overnight.
Place marinated chicken thighs on an alluminium foil lined baking tray.  
Glaze with some marinade. Grill both sides for about 6 mins.
Remove  and glaze with the remaining marinade, grill for another 3 mins.
Serve with some salad greens.




This post is linked to  Little Thumbs Up event organised by  Zoe of   Bake for Happy Kids
and   Doreen of  my little favourite DIY   and hosted by  Alvin of  Chef and Sommelier

Comments

  1. Cheah, this is indeed finger licking good. Already licking my fingers, hahaha...

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  2. wow... very delicious, drooling already.

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    1. I'm sure your kids will love them if you prepare this for them!

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  3. Hi Cheah, another lovely fuss free chicken dish that I have to list down to do. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Cheah, I know this is very delicious!

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  5. Cheah, This grilled chicken looks so yummy. Thanks for sharing. Your plate and bowl look pretty too.

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  6. Hi Cheah! Nice dish and nice shot! :D

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  7. I love honey glaze! Need to get some chicken legs to try!

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  8. I have the same lemon kumquat vinigen! Now I knw what to do with it hehe

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    1. I was cracking my head what to do with the vinigen other than just making a drink out of it, Janine!

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  9. Hi Cheah,

    Love these honey sticky chicken. Yum!

    I can imagine your thumbs will be busy helping you to eat these chicken - No time to thumbs up :P

    Zoe

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  10. I wish that plate is on my table! Looks delicious!

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  11. sounds delicious, cheah and really mouthwatering!

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  12. Simple and delectable! Who could ask for anything more?

    Thank you so much for sharing, Cheah...

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  13. I can't get the Vinigen lemon kumquat. What can I substitute with?

    Thanks & Regards
    Caroline

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    1. You can try out with lemon or lime juice. I did this before and it was delicious too. If you find it a bit tangy, you can add more honey. Hope this helps!

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