By barb63 on September 03, 2004
Photo by Lavender Lynn
Photo by Lavender Lynn
"This is my first recipe - please be kind! My kids love it and when I take it to a BBQ everyone wants the recipe. It is a variation on one I found in epicurious a while ago. It is very easy and very yummy!!"
Serving Size: 1 (242 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I just made these for dinner. Suggestions: Marinate overnight(great flavors, need more time) Place on preheated grill(high) skin side down 5 min. Turn heat immediately to low. Cook on low (skin side up) additional 35 min. Keep in warm oven while you finish additional sides. Fantastic !!!
p.s. I used Bone in, Skin on thighs.
Thank you for the post!"
"Wow oh wow oh wow!!!! May be one of my top grilled chicken recipes of my life! Grilled this on the grill, increased the garlic and used crushed red pepper flakes in place of the chili. AMAZING!!! 5 and 7 year old loved and I am not sure I've had a better chicken recipe on the grill EVER!!! Loved it!"
"Great recipe! The whole family, including my picky 2 and 3 year old kids loved the chicken. I marinated the chicken for about 2 hours and cooked them on my George Foreman grill for 5 minutes and they came out perfect. Very moist! Thanks for a great recipe barb63."
"Another one of my top 10 Zaar recipes. I got great results placing the thighs in a 425 deg oven, on racks because we can't have outdoor grills in our condo."
"Great all-around marinade. I used thighs and pierced them so the marinade penetrated through. I did sub out the minced chili and garlic for chili-garlic sauce I had on hand from other Thai recipes. I'll certainly make this again."
"Very flavorful chicken! Would not change a thing. I did made some shallow slits in the chicken so the marinate would seep into the meat. I used the same marinate on sliced eggplant and grilled that with my chicken. Along with some rice, it made a great meal. Will definitely make again. Thanks!"
"This was soon good! It was too cold to BBQ so I baked them in the oven at 425 as a previous reviewer suggested. I put all the ingredients other then the chicken in a blender (small jar) and blended it to reduce the prep time."
"Thank you. Finally a recipe for the best part of the chicken (my opinion). Since breasts are so popular I want to keep it that way. (keeps price down). My hint, always leave skin on. When I used to remove skin as the popular thing to do, I ate 3. With skin on I am satisfied with 2. Removing skin therefore did not help with weight problems. I am 76 and now back to same weight as in my 20's. Eating fat does not increase weight. Eating too much does. Will be trying tomorrow."
"This is a keeper. I only used 5 thighs for the recipe and can't imagine having enough marinade for the specified 10. I followed the recipe exactly except I only had red pepper flakes on hand. Was a fine substitute! I also left it in the fridge for about 5 hours before grilling. Give this one a try."
"WOW!! Wonderful flavor. My husband likes thighs and I prefer breasts so I used 3/4 lbs. boneless, skinless thighs and 3/4 lbs. boneless, skinless breasts. I wasn't sure about what kind of chili pepper to use so I used about 2 tablespoons of Thai chili sauce. I was tempted to use dried basil since I didn't have any fresh but I got some for this recipe and it was well worth the trip to the store! I marinated for about 3 hours and cooked this on the grill. A keeper for sure. Thanks for sharing :)"
"Good recipie. The amounts can be changed to one's liking. To keep it more "Thai". I would use palm sugar instead of the brown sugar and omit the olive oil. Also a great addition, is tumeric (powder or fresh). Adds a new depth of flavor but will color up your hands a bit. But well worth it!"
"This was delicious! I wound up using a serrano pepper because I wasn't sure what the chili ingredient meant. I also added the juice of one lime, and skipped the cilantro, but added mint and parsley. I love cilantro, but some people have this thing about it tasting like soap ( it must be genetic). It was great to have chicken that had a really different flavor from what I usually cook."
"Excellent flavor! It was raining the night I wanted to grill so I took the meat off the bone and turned it into a stir fry and served it over rice. Great recipe!"
"Well done, barb63! Utterly delicious marinade. I used boneless breasts cut into chunks, and skewered onto kebabs with tri-color peppers and onions. What a hit with our company, served with fried brown rice and grilled pineapple slices. Hint to others: make a triple amount of this sauce, and keep in a big jar, so that next time you're in the mood for this dish, you just pour! I always end up throwing a lot of cilantro away because it's so hard to use up all at once, and this would be a good use for it."
"AMAZING! We had some friends over and everyone was in LOVE with this dish. I used a full bag of frozen thighs (bone in, skin on, but I cut the skin off) and doubled the sauce recipe. I cooked in the oven for 1 hour at 350 degrees. Added a little extra garlic."
"This reminded me of a chicken veggie curry recipe that is much loved in our house! I used red curry paste cut with a little coconut milk whisked to smooth out instead of the chili since I wasn't really clear on what that ingredient was. Mixed everything else very well and grilled after a 4 hour marinade time. Sprinkled with a little fine chopped green onion and sesame seeds for bling after cooking. Fabulous!
Served with tofu spaghetti sauteed up with a little extra virgin coconut oil and lots of fresh veggies.
I'm also guessing this would be really good with wings on the grill."
"Summer's in the air and not all of it smells like flowers. Did I ever mention I love me some bbq?"
"We enjoyed this. I used worcestershire sauce instead of the fish sauce, and I had to use dry basil and ginger (not my first choice) because it was all I had on hand. Thanks!"
"Made the marinade exactly but baked in the oven. Used half breasts and half party wings. I liked how the wings turned out the best, the sauce held onto the skin more than the skinless breasts. Interesting flavors, would love to try it on the grill using only dark meat next time around like this recipe calls for. Thanks for posting!!!"
"Patch63, You can remove (please be kind) from the discription of this recipe! A nice first! I DID USED SKINLESS BUT THE CHICKEN DID HAVE BONES. I used frozen basil and had to put the cilantro on my pieces of cooked chicken. DH doesn`t like cilantro and I love it. Marinated over night. I did grill the chicken on lightly oiled foil. Grill on high 5 minutes turned and reduced the heat to low very low! For 40 minutes. The chicken was not over direct fire. It came out very tender. My DH had no idea what it was marinated in. First words out of his mouth was OHHHH AHMMMMMMMM this is good! Well between 3 of us it`s all GONE! Thanks for posting!"