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This made a satifying lunch for a few friends last week. Though I enjoyed the combination of flavors in the marinade, I thought the sauce did not especially enhance the dish. Mine was a little clumpy from the chicken juices and not so appealing. (Sorry to be graphic here.) Perhaps it would have been better made using additional marinade made and thickened without being exposed to the chicken. Like Fairy Nuff I made mine on skewers which made this an easy to serve dish for a crowd. Thanks.

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justcallmetoni June 22, 2006

This was o.k. for us. The chicken just was good. We liked it but the boys were o.k. with it.

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BLUE ROSE June 18, 2006

A lovely dinner katie! I followed the marinade directions but cut the chicken into strips. After marinating for a good two hours I thread the strips onto skewers and then broiled for about 5 minutes each side.We loved the combined sweetness of the maple syrup,the saltiness of the soy and the sesame flavour plus the kick from the pepper.I served this with satay sauce, boiled jasmine rice and Elmotoo's stir-fry Singapore Five-Spice Stir Fry.

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Fairy Nuff September 17, 2005
Maple Syrup Korean Teriyaki Chicken