4 Reviews

Delicious & Very Easy to put together! I had 9 chicken legs to marinade, for the grill. I did make a slash on each side of the drumsticks before adding them to the marinade. They marinated for about 4 hours. I tasted the marinade whiling it was boiling down. I divided it in half and added 1 1/2 TBL. brown sugar to one half and continue to boil down each pot. I brushed half the legs with each pot of glaze. The glaze with the brown sugar did mute the taste of the Bourbon a little. DH and I loved this recipe and I will be making it with and without the brown sugar. Thank you.

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gypsygal May 08, 2014

I loved this recipe, although I baked it in the oven. Bourbon is my favourite spirit, and I love chicken so could not wait to try it. An unusual but lovely flavour. I tried the recipe again for friends and they all liked it.

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Rossy August 14, 2007

My grill ran out of propane so I was thankful that you had broiling instructions. If I made this again I would scrape the marinade off the chicken and baste it as it cooked, and would definitely use the grill. The Tamari lent a salty taste and the vegetables added a tang, but it seemed to miss a "sweet" to balance it out. I used Jack Daniels. Thanks for posting little turtle. *Zaar World Tour 3*

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NcMysteryShopper June 20, 2007

I marinated this in a FoodSaver canister for about 8 hours without modification. My husband thinks the chicken needed a little more spice. Both he and my son liked the sauce.

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Gadget_Queen July 03, 2005
Grilled Chicken in Kentucky Bourbon Barbecue Sauce