Baked Asian-Style Honey Chicken Recipe
An aromatic marinade of soy sauce, ginger, honey, garlic and onion creates an Asian-style chicken prepared with a minimum of bother.
This is sooooo yummy! I tripled (at least) the sauce for marinade, and used ziplock bags to marinate overnight. I have baked and also grilled it on the gas grill in disposable baking pans - Each way was super good! I've passed this recipe on to others and they love it too!
Great starting recipe. I recommend you feel free to add more/other flavors you enjoy. As others have noted, I at least double the sauce. I try to cook light, so I use low sodium soy sauce and boneless skinless chicken breasts. I also add a tablespoon of spicy mustard and crushed red pepper for heat. After making the recipe a couple times, I decided on cooking the breasts in the oven on a sheet pan instead of casserole dish. I throw the extra marinade in a sauce pan to reduce and drizzle over the chicken when its done. I have also used this as a stir fry marinade/sauce on the stove top and it works great. I use the leftovers in a salad with ginger dressing... so great!
I made this with chicken legs and I doubled the sauce and omitted the green onions since i didnt have any. I took another reader's advice and added chopped apples and i followed the baking directions. It was delicious!!! Thanks!!! Im making it again tonight!
This was pretty good. I doubled the soy sauce and honey (and added more ginger and garlic) and also added some orange juice and red pepper flakes. Husband really liked the sauce over jasmine rice. Will make again - thanks!
Fans of the sweet-savory flavor combo won't be able to get enough of these honey chicken dinners.
One day I had an extreme craving for Chinese food, mainly chicken. So... I decided to create my own 'Sesame-Sweet-Spicy-Sour-Styled-Asian-Inspired' chicken, and here it is.
This is the most moist, fabulous tasting meatloaf--everyone loves it! The Hoisin sauce is available in the Oriental Food Section of the grocery store... it is like cross between soy and ketchup, and makes a wonderful glaze for this moist meatloaf. We love this dish. Very moist. Serve with rice and steamed broccoli. A wonderful dinner. Leftovers make great sandwiches.