I stayed a little to long at my neighbors visiting so I didn't have time to marinate this. Instead I threw all the ingredients and chicken in a pan simmered until the chicken was done. Then I turned up the heat, cooked down the sauce and my supper was delicious. I can not wait to try this on salmon, I think this will be a perfect match. Made for Chef Alphabet Soup.
I have yet to try this on chicken, but it is amazing on pork and on salmon! Can't wait to try it on chicken, too. This is a really great marinade. Each time, I used a heaping teaspoon of sriracha chili sauce, and the meat was nicely flavored, but not really hot. Even the toddler could eat it. If you want it very spicy, you might want to add more hot chili paste. I will continue to make the recipe just as written, because something this good that the kids can also eat is always a winner to me. This recipe is going to get a lot of use at our house this summer!
Used 4 large chicken breasts for this recipe, & although I intended to cut back on the chili paste, I didn't, & for that oversite, I'm glad, 'cause the result was an ABSOLUTELY GREAT TASTING DISH! I set up the marinade early in the morning & didn't get back to them until almost dark ~ OUTSTANDING! Thanks for posting a great recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup cooking game]
We LOVED this marinade. We used Thai sriracha sauce instead of chile paste. Perfect blend of flavors, none overpowered the others.
Delicious chicken. I used tamari for the soy sauce, mirin for the rice wine, and sambal oelek for the chili paste. I doubled the sambal oelek and think it could have stood even more, but I happen to like things rather spicy. :) I marinated the chicken all day, and it was very much enjoyed by everyone. Thanks for posting!
I think I should have marinated my chicken longer. The flavor from the marinade was really quite subtle despite all the assertive ingredients. I used Sriracha sauce and used about twice as much as called for. Thanks for sharing the recipe.