By Nancy's Pantry on December 23, 2011
Photo by awalde
Photo by awalde
"From Cooking Light Magazine. The recipe states to poke the chicken with a fork so it can really absorb the marinade and if your like leftovers -- double the recipe."
Serving Size: 1 (141 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Made this last night. Marinated it overnight beforehand and it was delicious. Didn't have any hoisin sauce-ended up using a recipe for it I found on here-and the chicken was so juicy and tender when it was done baking in the oven . I love easy marinade recipes and i'm always on the lookout for new ways to make chicken. This fit the bill. Thanks for a quick and easy weeknight meal idea..Will definately make again."
"Wonderful marinade! Loved the Hoisin Sauce in it. I used it on 2 boneless breasts and marinated about an hour. Hubby loved it too. I'm eating the leftovers in a flour tortilla today for lunch. Made for Everyday's a Holiday Tag Game 2013."
"This is a great marinade. We didn't find it too spicy. The chicken was in the marinade 24 hours. The chicken was so tender and juicy. So good. Thanks Nancy for this wonderful recipe :) Made for Holiday tag game"
"Delicious! I used this on skinless chicken thighs and baked in the oven, but the results were STELLAR! I cut back on the red pepper flakes and marinated most of the day. The chicken had us sighing with contentment and it couldn't be easier. A definite repeat recipe!<br/><br/>Thank you for sharing the recipe. Made for PAC Spring 2013"
"What a wonderful marinade! I made as written and used on huge chicken breast and think it would as equally delightful on pork tenderloin. DH was dreading this recipe because he saw it had a teaspoon of crushed red pepper flakes but I used the full teaspoon and he never knew. I did have to pan fry as the weather turned and it is gray, cold and raining. Cannot wait for summer to make this again, thanks for the post."
"I really liked this, I made my own hoisin sauce so at first taste, the flavor was a teensy bit dull.....could be (and probably is my fault). So, after it was cooked, I added about 1/4 tsp. of chinese five spice powder and, although it probably goes against authenticity of the recipe, it was slurpingly tasty!"
"This was delicious! We all enjoyed it very much.
Very tasty,easy and tender.
We enjoyed it with rice and an Asian mix of vegetables.
Thanks a lot for posting this!"