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Thai Coconut Grilled Chicken Thighs

Thai Coconut Grilled Chicken Thighs created by MixnVixn

This is one of my fam's favorite dishes (my 8 yr old son, P1, loves it!) and it's super easy to make too. Lots of chopping, but I find that more therapeutic then shopping sometimes :) COOKING NOTE: Sometimes I hate to use the grill so this does well in the broiler too. Just use a baking sheet lined with foil topped with a non-coated cooling rack. Also fill bottom of pan with 1/2 cup of water to help cook evenly and keeps the meat juicy. Based a few times to get a nice thick, saucy coating.

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1hr 25mins
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  • Combined all prepared marinated items in a large Ziploc baggie along with chicken thighs. Seal baggie and massage marinade into the chicken well. Let set in frig for a minimum of 1 hour to overnight. The longer they sit, the more flavor they will develop.
  • Preheat grill to reach med-high heat. Brush hot grill with olive oil so meat doe not stick. Strain off marinade into a small sauce pan, bring to a boil then lower heat to simmer until reduces to a thick consistency. Reserve half and use remaining as basting sauce during grilling process.
  • Grill chicken for about 12 minutes on each side, basting with marinade reduction often.
  • Remove from grill. top with reserved chopped green onion and serve reserved marinade reduction on side. I also like to serve mine with Green Sticky Rice and Orange Broccoli :).
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"This is one of my fam's favorite dishes (my 8 yr old son, P1, loves it!) and it's super easy to make too. Lots of chopping, but I find that more therapeutic then shopping sometimes :) COOKING NOTE: Sometimes I hate to use the grill so this does well in the broiler too. Just use a baking sheet lined with foil topped with a non-coated cooling rack. Also fill bottom of pan with 1/2 cup of water to help cook evenly and keeps the meat juicy. Based a few times to get a nice thick, saucy coating."
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    This is one of my fam's favorite dishes (my 8 yr old son, P1, loves it!) and it's super easy to make too. Lots of chopping, but I find that more therapeutic then shopping sometimes :) COOKING NOTE: Sometimes I hate to use the grill so this does well in the broiler too. Just use a baking sheet lined with foil topped with a non-coated cooling rack. Also fill bottom of pan with 1/2 cup of water to help cook evenly and keeps the meat juicy. Based a few times to get a nice thick, saucy coating.
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