|James McNair's Chicken|
|by James McNair|
Elegant new chicken recipes for creative and stylish presentation. 40 color photographs.
Results 1 - 10 of 730 for a1 sauce chicken marinade
To make the marinade, combine the ... dish. Thread the chicken strips onto bamboo ... into the soy sauce mixture and allow ... peanut sauce for dipping.
Combine ingredients (a ... chop). Marinate cut chicken pieces in a ... overnight. Broil or grill until chicken until done using your preferred cooking method.
Marinate chicken in refrigerator for ... oil and soy sauce. Discard marinade. Place chicken ... 10-15 minutes more (depending on size of chicken pieces).
Combine marinade ingredients in a ... bag. Submerge washed chicken in marinade covering ... turning occasionally. Mix sauce ingredients well in ... a sprinkling of peanuts.
Wash, peel and ... zip bag, marinate chicken, crushed garlic ... vinaigrette or teriyaki sauce. Turn several times. Discard marinade. If using ... rice or buttered noodles.
Place contents into ... used to baste chicken while barbecuing or broiling, or as a marinade by placing mixture ... minutes, turning once, prior to cooking.
Mix until sugar dissolves. Pour over chicken wings. Marinate overnight. ... layer) on a cookie sheet. Bake 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Put in pot to keep warm.
Put all together ... (turkey roaster works). Can marinate from 20 to 25 pounds of chicken. Keep in refrigerator 12 to 18 hours at least. The longer the better.
Mix all ingredients together thoroughly. Pour over meat; marinate for several hours. Good for up to 5 pounds of chicken.
Mix marinade ingredients. Cut chicken into 1 1/2-2 ... Serve with peanut sauce for dipping. Mix ... peanut flavor. Taste and adjust ingredients accordingly.
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