Grilled teriyaki chicken legs

Thank goodness for summer because with out the warm weather BBQing just wouldn't be the same. I love getting the BBQ hot and grilling some fresh chicken, it doen't matter if it is a breast, leg or wing. There is nothing like BBQ chicken ,esspecially if it has a bit of sweet delisiousness. Here is another great recipe for the BBQ, the sauce can also be used for stir fry with beef or pork too. Serve with warm or cold pasta and some grilled veg....hmmm...zucchini and shallots sound good...

12 to 15 chicken legs with skin serves 4-6

1 Cup soy Sauce

1/2 cup of water

2 tsp ginger juice (or 1 tsp powdered ginger)

2 cloves of garlic minced

1 tsp of sugar

In a glass or stainless steel bowl mix all ingredients except chicken. After mixing thouroghly add chicken, cover with plastic wrap and marinate for 2 -24 hour in fridge.

Cook on med heat over the BBQ, if cooking with fire keep chicken out of direct flame. Grill all sides of chicken legs until done,depending on the size of legs it usually takes 45-55 minutes. while cooking baste chicken with left over marinate about halfway during cooking. Serve and enjoy...

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Bob Ewing 8 years ago from New Brunswick

sounds very good.

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raguett 8 years ago Author

I hope everyone tries this recipe for the long weekend.......

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tobey100 7 years ago from Whites Creek, Tennessee

This recipe made me hungry. Had to try it and it was indeed very good. Just for laughs I have to ask, what exactly are 'teriyaki chickens' and how big are their legs? I had to use normal, every day chickens.

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raguett 7 years ago Author

Ha ha..cute

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tobey100 7 years ago from Whites Creek, Tennessee

Sorry, I just couldn't resist. I've gotta tell ya though, I think teriyaki chicken may have become my favorite. Have any other recipes using teriyaki? Wonder if it'd be good on other meats?

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raguett 7 years ago Author

You should try beef teriyaki stir fry...I'll try to come up with some new teriyaki recips soon.

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