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Friday, 23 March, 2012

Teriyaki Chicken


Nothing i can say about this chicken...One word...Yummy....Hahaha!!...My family love it...That all i want...
Because of want to make castella cake,i bought one bottle of mirin.Only a small bottle.If only use for making castella cake,it really a bit hard to finish the mirin.I don't want keep the mirin too long.If not i will forget about it.So i look for some recipe that using mirin.
I remember i have see before that teriyaki sauce is make from mirin.It very good because it use lot of mirin.I can finish my mirin faster.It easy to cook
too.Not much ingredients.


Ingredients
9 medium size chicken drumsticks
4 cloves garlic (mashed)
5 slices ginger
3tbsp cooking oil
2 stalks spring onion

Teriyaki sauce
1/2 cup mirin
1/2 cup soy sauce ( i using japanese soy sauce )
2tbsp sugar

Method
  1. Cook Teriyaki sauce till boiling and continue to simmer for 3 mintues at low heat.Leave cool.
  2. Put the chicken,other ingredients and Teriyaki sauce in a bowl.Mix well.Marinate at least 2 hours.
  3. Bake the chicken in preheated oven at 220'c for 35 mintues or until cooked.
  4. Brush the chicken with remaining Teriyaki sauce for few time while baking. ( i do it every 10 mintues )
  5. Serve it.

 P/S : You also can use ready to use Teriyaki sauce.It sold in supermarket

11 comments:

  1. I shared ur picture earlier on FB and some asked me where's her recipe, LOL.
    Aiya.... you killed so many of us with suspense.
    U're going to pay for it.
    Make me some of this to bring me back to life.

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  2. hahaha.....
    ok ok....i try my best... :P

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  3. I admiring the glossy glaze on your chicken... I love this recipe and would love to cook this for my family.

    Your blog is fantastic and I'm latest follower :D

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    1. Zoe,thank you....i love your blog too..... :)

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  4. Your chicken looks very delicious. What brand of mirin and soy sauce you used?

    Love2Cook

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    1. i dont know the brand..i just know it from Japan...(i dont know read Japanese word)..hehehe......

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  5. wa lau eh! this is something to die for..it is beautifully done!! i remember now your name in the earlier potluck which you couldnt make it.Nice to get connected here!

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    1. thank you for remember me....hahaha.... :P
      nice to meet you too.....
      so sorry for last min i say i cant go for potluck because i have to go for charity..

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    2. I like this dishes. It is yummy.

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  6. I am not sure what this mirin is but I am sure the chicken must be delicious!

    Life and travelling
    Cooking

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  7. OMG! This is damn good can?! I wanna make this!!!

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