10 Reviews

Delicious and quick to come together. The only change was to slice the chicken into strips and fold onto the skewers yakitori style. I've found that this consistently gives me chicken that is done but juicy. Excellent marinade.

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Gianni #23 April 18, 2010

I used dry sherry and soy sauce in this. We didn't have any ginger, so I also skipped that. I didn't have the green capsicum or onions, but I put the chicken in grill baskets with red, orange and green peppers and a few chopped up onions and grilled them. This meal was FABULOUS! It's a definite repeat in our house!

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njv874 April 06, 2010

This marinade worked as a lovely main for our Asian dinner. I used the sake and 2 garlic cloves. Thank you. {Made and reviewed for NZ/AUS recipe swap, Aug. 2009}

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CHILI SPICE August 10, 2009

Great marinade - used Soy Sauce, and followed recipe exactly (less onion & capsicum). Served with rice. Everyone liked it...

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Dan in Raleigh, NC January 10, 2009

I marinated the chicken in the refrigerator overnight and then cooked it on the barbeque. It was absolutely wonderful! My entire family loved it. There was supposed to be leftovers for another dish, but it was all eaten up in record time. I will make this often. Thanks for sharing this excellent recipe.

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Pesto lover September 25, 2008

Really well received by all. An easy,tasty marinade (I let it soak for several hours in the fridge).

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HeatherFeather January 27, 2008

This was really tasty. I was a little concerned about the green onions holding up but they did wonderful. I let everything marinate for 4 hours and the flavors were amazing. We served them over Jasmine Rice. Thank you for posting such a great recipe.

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Pixie's Kitchen January 26, 2008

Any recipe worthy of sending my husband outside in January to grill in CT must be quite a draw. Am I glad we tried this one. All of the flavors came through so wonderfully, none overpowering the other. I used red peppers for a more visually appealing meal and for a more subdued taste. Honey and ginger together outstanding. I only had regular soy sauce so this is what we used. Excellent. I will use this marinade for whole chicken breasts too.

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Vicki in CT January 12, 2008

Absolutely delicious kebabs, and so very simple to put together. I made it exactly as written directly on the BBQ, and they were finished in about 10 minutes. I'll make this one again, perhaps using more vegetables for the next time. I am envisioning asparagus and mushrooms! Thanks for a delicious meal Chef FloWer!

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~Leslie~ April 01, 2007

These kebabs had a lovely delicate Asian flavour....I cooked mine off in the frypan, keeping them warm in the oven whilst I made a stir fry of vegetables and rice. Thanks for sharing...it's a keeper!!

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Stardustannie February 24, 2007
BBQ Chicken Yakitori Kebabs