Recipe by JOVICAT22
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1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle
ground black pepper
chicken legs, rinsed and patted dry
This was really good! I used less pepper, paprika, and salt (about a tablespoon of each) and NO cayenne pepper. I also used chicken breast. But was delicious! Will defiantly make again!
I reduced the salt, per the other reviews, but still it was too salty. I probably would eliminate the salt altogether if I use it again.
So juicy & yummy! Definately a keeper! Some members of my family have sodium restricted diets so I did not use any Teriyaki marinade nor salt, but I did add 1/4 c. soy sauce. I also let the chicken drumsticks marinade for closer to 3 hours and everyone couldn't get enough! Full stars!
Pretty easy recipe.. I gave it four stars because I omitted all the salt and had to bake since we couldn't get the grill to start. The chicken was very moist and the marinade was pretty tasty but didn't penetrate the chicken like I thought it would. Would try again when it can be grilled.
This was so yummy! I cut my chicken into cubes and let it marinate for about an hour then I put them on skewers with onions and green, red, and yellow peppers. My whole family loved it and I can't wait to make it again!
I prepared a half portion of this recipe, following suggestion of other reviewers to reduce amounts of salt, paprika and pepper - just a dash of cayenne. Marinated for about 6 hours, grilled as directed and it was delicious!! Didnt give this 5 stars because of reducing some ingredient amounts, but will definitely make this again. Thanks.
I did use this marinade for chicken BREASTS on the grill, with a few tweaks.
I used a little more than 1/8C brown sugar Splenda blend, NO salt, about 1/8C paprika, full black pepper, NO cayenne, 1/2C Yoshida's teriyaki sauce, 1/2C low sodium soy sauce, full vegetable oil, and threw in a couple Tbsp of toasted sesame seeds just for kicks.
I let the chicken marinate for about 5hrs, and it was yummy! Flavorful but not overpoweringly so and definitely not super salty.
Nice flavor but way too much salt. I cut the salt in half and used low sodium teriyaki and it was still crazy salty. Don't be tempted to use this recipe on breasts! It is meant for a skin on, dark meat. I would probably use boneless thighs next time and cut the salt to a tsp or two. Would be a five star recipe except for the salt, it's very easy to prepare and has a nice flavor.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Grilled Teriyaki Beer Chicken
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 168
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