Delicious! This was also as easy to make as advertised. I used the textured end of the meat tenderizer to pound out the chicken, and found that the flavor penetrated very well that way. I also used my Foreman Grill to cook it - I made 2 breasts (cooking them one at a time) and I don't think it took 15 minutes. Thanks!
I have been so tired of the same old dried out chicken,I hardly even buy chicken breasts anymore because they are always so boring....not anymore...WOW!Loved this so much! I did make a few changes to the recipe because I didn't have everything on hand.I reduced this recipe to 2 servings.I used 2 chicken breasts,2 tbsp garlic hoisin sauce,1/2 tbsp peanut butter and 2 tbsp soy sauce.I omitted the sesame oil and the hot pepper oil.I marinated the entire concoction for 2 days.The chicken was super tender,it was excellent.I put it on the BBQ and served it with a salad.Once it was cooked I added sesame seeds and green onions to the chicken.
Made last night, both myself and husband loved it. Used my George Forman grill and it turned out great. Juicy and flavorful, will definitely serve again.
I liked this, but my husband wasn't as impressed. It was very moist.
Good and quick, but not phenomenal....I agree with the bland statement. Maybe marinating longer?
I made a homemade Hoisin sauce which included a little honey and a little rice vinegar for acid. Then the rest of the ingredients. Really nice marinade and quick easy dinner on the indoor stove top grill pan. I doubled the marinade amount halved it and put some more on during grilling. Reminded me of a Asian Pollo Asada .Thank you I liked the flavors. Made for ZWT 6 for the Looney Spoon Phoodies :)
ZWT6 Asian Region: Sue - outstanding chicken recipe! I love the simplicity and ease of making this paired with the awesome flavor!
This recipe is great for a busy night when I didn't lay anything out for dinner - like last night! I just mixed up the sauce, spread it on the chicken and threw it on the grill. SO simple and amazingly tasty! The flavors are perfect - a little sweetness, a hint of salt and some spice and tang! I did substitute Chinese chili garlic sauce for the garlic and hot pepper oil, since I had it on hand. This turned out wonderfully - the BF was VERY impressed with my masterful grilling skills - LOL! Thanks, Sue!
Great quick recipe. I didn't have hot pepper oil so I substituted fried chili paste. Also great on a sandwich with sriracha mayo.