This is one of my favorite make ahead recipes as I try to prep a lot on weekends since I get home late from work. I use whole boneless, skinless chicken thighs, skip the skewers, and broil for about 6-8 minutes per side. The next day, they are still juicy. Excellent flavor, be sure to marinate for several hours.
Chicken Char Siu
pkb1968 Posted: 03/29/09
bafinaire Posted: 12/16/10
Very easy to make, did mine without the skewers. My girlfriend ate hers on a salad. Marinated for an extra 2 hours. Great to prepare ahead and broil when needed.
jfrankh Posted: 11/12/12
Followed another reviewer and marinated the thighs whole, then broiled 8 min per side. Fantastic -- great flavor and so easy. Served with coconut jasmine rice. Husband said definitely a keeper!
krazykate61682 Posted: 10/30/13
I was going to use chicken thighs but mine went bad so I used boneless pork chops, I also didn't have any honey so I used 100% pure maple syrup and I added a little garlic pepper to the marinade because I LOVE garlic. This came out really good. I would totally try this marinade on other meats.