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I missed the garlic in this recipe and had to add it after tasting the marinade. Much better. As I didn't want to heat up the house. (90 degrees here today) I elected to barbeque them. No leftovers which is always a sign of a successful recipe. Served with Sesame Udon Noodles and Fried Broccoli both from AR. Thanks Chef John!
This Teriyaki is pretty good but would be even better with a couple of cloves of minced garlic. I would double or triple the ginger too. Broiling worked well I used Reynold's non stick foil (love that stuff) but I think actually grilling the chicken would have been even better. Chicken thighs are pretty thin and cook really fast. I didn't get the 'finish' I would have liked using the broiler. Grilling over direct heat and glazing the entire time would have been easier and produced a better glazed finish to the chicken without over cooking it.
I followed the directions exactly (except like another reviewer Baking Nana I added garlic and extra ginger) and the chicken came out amazing. I got a great char on the chicken with the broiler set at 500 F and the chicken on the top rack. The flavor of the teriyaki sauce was on point. It was better than takeout teriyaki.
I tried this last night. My n-laws were in town so I wanted to cook something tasty. I wanted to cook something similar to Yakitori which is Japanese dish. If you would put small bite size of chickens and good size of green onion chunks and put them in a skewer alternately and then glaze and cook them. I'm sure that would be a hit.
I always read a few reviews before I make something so I added garlic and increased the ginger as one reviewer suggested because I love garlic and I find that most recipes need more spice than called for (at least for my taste). We all loved it! My husband grilled the chicken outside and it got nice and crispy on the outside but was juicy inside.