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Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Skewers

Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Skewers created by Baby Kato

I finally found mirin at the local T & T supermarket, it's a mild tasting rice wine. These are tasty and really easy to put together. You can also do these kabobs in the oven.

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  • Cut the chicken into bite size pieces. Combine all of the sauce ingredients and pour over chicken. Marinate for two hours.
  • Remove from the marinade, thread onto skewers. Grill over medium-high heat, turning once and basting with marinade, for about 5 min or till no longer pink inside.
  • To cook under broiler - Place chicken skewers on a greased rack in a cooking or baking pan. Broil 5 to 6 inches from heat, turning once and basting with marinade, about 5 minutes or till done.
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"I finally found mirin at the local T & T supermarket, it's a mild tasting rice wine. These are tasty and really easy to put together. You can also do these kabobs in the oven."
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  1. Baby Kato
    Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Skewers Created by Baby Kato
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  2. Baby Kato
    Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Skewers Created by Baby Kato
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  3. Baby Kato
    We really enjoyed this quick and easy to make recipe. The chicken teriyaki skewers were wonderful. Of course when I went to grill them, it had started to rain, so I broiled them in the oven. They were perfect, beautifully cooked, tender and juicy with a nice soya based flavor, we really enjoyed the mirin and ginger in this dish. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe that i will make again.
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  4. Semra22
    I finally found mirin at the local T & T supermarket, it's a mild tasting rice wine. These are tasty and really easy to put together. You can also do these kabobs in the oven.
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