Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Skewers with Miso Ranch
"If ‘teri' means ‘shine,' and ‘yaki' refers to grilling, then these chicken skewers are the poster children for teriyaki. Marinated in soy sauce, sake, and mirin, the chicken is grilled to sweet, smoky perfection and dipped in a refreshing, herby miso ‘ranch' sauce that'll send your summer cookout guests into a frenzy. The only bottles not invited to this party are bottled teriyaki sauces! Garnish with sesame seeds if desired."
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Ingredients2 h 45 m servings 280
Original recipe yields 12 servings (12 small skewers)
- Soak bamboo skewers in water.
- Cut chicken thighs in half lengthwise along the creases and halve the thicker portions to get 3 or 4 pieces each. Place chicken in a bowl. Pour in soy sauce, sake, mirin, ginger, green onions, brown sugar, and oil. Toss by hand until well combined and brown sugar is dissolved. Cover top in plastic wrap and marinate in the refrigerator for 2 to 6 hours.
- Combine mayonnaise, sour cream, buttermilk, and miso in a bowl. Add green onion, garlic, tarragon, dill, and chives. Season with black pepper and cayenne. Whisk dressing until thoroughly combined.
- Thread chicken pieces onto skewers. Strain marinade into a saucepan and bring to a boil to make the glaze.
- Preheat a grill for medium-high heat. Grill skewers, basting with some of the reserved marinade, until meat firms up and springs back to the touch, 4 to 5 minutes per side.
- Serve skewers next to the miso ranch dressing and brush with reserved glaze.
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- Chef's Notes:
- Substitute crème fraiche or yogurt for the sour cream if desired.
- Try to avoid an extra-long marination, especially for such small chunks. The meat will cure in the sweet, salty mixture, which can give it an odd texture once cooked and make it easier to fall apart.
Per Serving: 280 calories; 18.6 9.6 14.3 54 788 Full nutrition
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These popped up on my page and I had to try them right away. Boy, these are delish! The teriyaki marinade was great and something to use for anything else 'teriyaki'. (I added just a bit more br...