By Rita~ on August 05, 2005
Photo by Rita~
Photo by Rita~
"Honey, ginger, garlic, peanut butter, teriyaki and cilantro flavor these so fine that I know you'll want to try them! Be sure to soak skewers on water or apple juice for 30 minutes before skewering chicken. Serve as an appetizer, on a bed of greens or a meal."
Serving Size: 1 (209 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I hate to give this a bad review, but I did not like it. It reminded me of the peanut butter and honey sandwiches i had as a kid, which was extremely off putting for me. Too sweet, not enough ginger or garlic... just couldn't get into it. If I decide to try it again, I'll use brown sugar instead of honey, use less peanut butter, and much more garlic."
"I made this earlier in the week, but left the chicken breasts whole. Because I did so, I allowed them to marinate for about 5 hours. Everyone in my family loved this, and wants me to make it again. Served with Spicy Thai Noodles...yum!"
"What a great recipe and so simple! I doubled the peanut dip sauce and I am glad that I did. I used half to marinate and the other reserved for dipping. I took the advice of a previous reviewers and increased the fresh garlic and ginger. Im glad I did! I also used brown sugar in lieu of honey and found that it had a subtle sweetness to it, not over powering at all. I used orange juice since that is what was on hand. The reserved sauce went into a bowl before serving and popped into the microwave for a minute. It thickened up nicely... too bad I didnt tripple the recipe. It was great! Next time, I will perhaps add some peppers and quartered onions to the skewers for added flavour (although it really didnt need it)."
"I made this for our football game day and it was a hit. The chicken looked so good on the platter all lined up around the dipping sauce. My guests were all talking about them. (go figure) I will most definitely make these again as we all loved them. Thank you for sharing it was a hit at my party."
"This recipe is so good I had to join the website to review it! I made this on a grill pan, and it turned out great. Added some extra garlic to the marinade, though not to the dipping sauce. We had a lot of sauce left over both from the marinade and the dipping because the meat was so flavorful we didn't even really need the extra for dipping. It was yummy :D"
"great recipe! new family favorite"
"this is such a great and simple recipe. I used pre-skewered chicken breasts and complimented the dish with brown rice and garlic edamame."
"I was looking for a new appetiser. Of course it had to be good. This was spot on. Really it was just so so good and a really nice treat. This is a definent crowd pleaser!!!! Thank you very much Rita!!! What I like to do is quadruple the recipe. That way I have it on hand for another time!!!"
"made marinade/sauce exactly as recipe detailed...cooked an entire, marinaded chicken breast for twenty minutes on an indoor grill set at medium...because the breast was an inch thick at maximum point , supplemented the grilling with 10 minutes in a 350 degree f oven to insure doneness...basted with marinade throughout the grilling and baking. result was a succulently moist breast served with a wonderful peanut sauce....what a great recipe."
"I used a fresh pineapple spear instead of the apple juice and threw everything but the chicken in the blender, blended until smooth, marinated then grilled. My 4 year old ate an entire (very large) chicken breast and then asked for more. We all enjoyed this chicken very much and it will be repeated often. Thanks!!"
"These were good, but not great. Perhaps it was because they were out of fresh cilantro at the store on super bowl weekend, but this was the only snack I made that wasn't gone at the end of the night. It was a good snack though, and fairly easy to make."
"A tasty and different grilled chicken recipe. I made it with Chinese Green Beans #53164...and it made a really healthy dinner."
"Excellent! My only change was dried cilantro (about 2 T) instead of fresh, and some Asian Essence of Emeril because I was out of fresh and ground ginger. I didn't use skewers, and just grilled the 10 chicken tenders (about 1.3 pounds total) on my indoor grill, also basting as I cooked (I put about 1/3 in the bag, 1/3 in a dish to reserve as sauce, and left 1/3 in the bowl to baste). Finally, a peanut butter dish that my youngest will eat (and I'm NOT telling him it was an ingredient either)! Thanks for posting!"
"I just had some of this fantastic chicken. I am so glad I chose to barbeque it. Excellent. I added sugar to this recipe because I used a cheap Teriyaki sauce which was too salty - that was my fault. So I toned it down with some sugar and added some sesame oil. GREAT RECIPE. I used the fresh cilantro and ginger option."
"Thanks to JULY GRILLING & BBQ event I came across this recipe to try. If it was not for this event I would never have come across this great recipe to try. To us this recipe is perfect the way it is. I forgot to get the skewers."
"My family and I enjoyed this chicken dish. My husband grilled it for me. I made it as sated but used a little ground ginger (about 1/4 tsp) as I did not have any fresh ginger. That seemed to work fine. My husband basted the chicken with the sauce while grilling and the chicken came out moist and flavorful, with a light peanutty taste. I had set aside some for the dipping sauce, but we thought that it was a tad on the salty side, even though I used lite soy sauce. Since the meat itself was still flavorful, it really didn't need it. Though I may play with the sauce to make it less salty to suit our tastes. Thanks for sharing, and I'm sure we'll be making it again over the grilling season."
"It took me a while to get around to making this, and having made it, will definitely be making it again.... so easy and so delicious! The flavours are very more-ish! very easy to make for a mid-week supper, or serve to guests - be sure to make plenty! thanks for a great recipe, Rita"