Honey Teriyaki Marinade for BBQ Chicken

"My personal favourite recipe for barbecued chicken. I often serve chicken done this way with the rice from my Pork Chop Casserole (Recipe#174464). This recipe is enough to marinate 8 boneless skinless chicken breasts. (Cooking time is marinating and bbq-ing time)"
photo by DIsco Bay Lori photo by DIsco Bay Lori
photo by DIsco Bay Lori
Ready In:
8hrs 5mins




  • Mix all ingredients and pour over chicken in marinating dish or sealable plastic bag.
  • Let chicken marinate for 6-8 hours for best results.
  • Barbecue and enjoy!

Questions & Replies

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  1. lisabmargolis
    Is the ginger fresh or powder? Does anyone know? Thanks


  1. Cindy M.
    This is a really good, really easy! Will use it with chicken wings next time!
  2. LifeIsGood
    I was surprised that such an easy recipe could have such outstandingly delicious results. I marinated my chicken breasts in the morning then dinner was a snap! I served the chicken sliced over greens. I also think it would be great over rice. Thank you!
  3. Girlymouth
    I used this to marinade chicken kebabs. Really good! I will use this again. Thank you!
  4. Chichi244
    I regularly get rave reviews for making this recipe. It's simple to throw together and I always have the ingredients on hand. Highly recommended.
  5. Suze9
    This is an awesome marinade recipe! I added some fresh garlic and a little pineapple juice and I let the meats marinate overnight. I marinated chicken breasts and I also used this recipe to marinate steak kabobs. Everyone was raving about the flavor. Thanks so much!


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