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Bill Knapp's Honey-Ginger Chicken Marinade

Before they closed their doors in 2002, Bill Knapp's Restaurants were a 54 year tradition in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. Posted in response to a recipe request.

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  • Mix together all marinade ingredients in a blender.
  • Pour into plastic zip-top bag with chicken; seal and let chicken marinate overnight in refrigerator.
  • Let marinade drip off before cooking.
  • Cook on grill, bake in oven or cook over medium-high heat in skillet on stove top. (Cooking time will vary on type of chicken parts and cooking method used.).
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"Before they closed their doors in 2002, Bill Knapp's Restaurants were a 54 year tradition in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. Posted in response to a recipe request."
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  1. Anonymous
    Hello, former Knapp's line cook here, 97-99. Tasty recipe, pretty close in flavor as I remember. Just wanted to point out that the way we did it was to grill the chicken plain, And then immediatley marinate in the sauce(kept at around 160F in a steam bath) for anywhere from 1 to 3 hours. 2 hours is just right. Thought Id share, Peace!
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  2. nemokitty
    This was a tad bit too salty for us because of so much soy sauce. Next time I'll cut it way down. The chicken did have a tasty flavor.
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  3. lang11
    I have made this for my family several times. Always a big hit. I also make up an extra batch of the marinade to serve with the meal for extra.
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  4. Molly53
    Before they closed their doors in 2002, Bill Knapp's Restaurants were a 54 year tradition in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. Posted in response to a recipe request.
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