To make Honey Sriracha Chicken, you need to understand how to make the honey sriracha marinade. Once you get that right, you have some delicious chicken ready. You don’t need some fancy equipment to make this dish either. You can make it using whatever you have- a skillet, an oven, or a grill.
Here is the secret to making good Asian food- attaining a good balance between each of the flavors that are infused: sweet, spicy, salty, and sour.
Although every component need not be incorporated in a dish, adding them does create the most scrumptious dishes ever.
This can be seen in honey sriracha chicken, which is an amalgamation of every flavor in the book- sweetness, spiciness, saltiness, and a tinge of tanginess. The resulting chicken is very juicy and will take your taste buds on a trip with the most shocking flavors.
In fact, personally, I scraped off the yummy sauce from the skillet till it was completely clean. Honestly, you cannot blame me for that. The flavorful sauce was too good to waste.
What I specifically love about this recipe is that it is extremely simple. It has 6 basic ingredients, all of which can be found in every kitchen. We are talking about Chicken, honey, Sriracha, vinegar, garlic, and salts.
When it comes to the chicken, literally any part will do- breast, thighs, drumsticks, or wings. Tempting, right? Try it out for dinner tonight.
FAQs About Grilled Honey Sriracha Cheicken
How long does it take to make Grilled Honey Sriracha Chicken?
Making Grilled Honey Sriracha Chicken is an easy, but delicious meal to make. It only takes an average of 10 minutes to prepare the ingredients, marinade, cook and grill the chicken, and savor a flavorful dish of perfectly cooked chicken.
The cooking process is incredibly simple as well: marinate the chicken with the honey, Sriracha sauce, olive oil, soy sauce and vinegar then grill it on medium high heat for 7 to 10 minutes per side. After that short period of time you will be able to enjoy your grilled Honey Sriracha Chicken that has been cooked to perfection.
What are some tips for making Grilled Honey Sriracha Chicken?
Making grilled honey sriracha chicken is an excellent way to bring some global flavors and spice to your summer feast. To make your grilled honey sriracha chicken, start by prepping the marinade, which can be made ahead of time for convenience, mix in a little oil for salty umami flavor and whisk until combined.
Be generous with your marinade so that every piece of your chicken will be fully saturated with flavor before grilling. Put the pieces- whether it be drumsticks or tenders- into the marinade bowl and give them a light toss until they are completely coated. Then cover and let simmer at least 1 to 3 hours before grilling so the flavors have enough time to infuse.
Grill each piece of chicken initially at medium heat until seared on one side, then turn down the heat and cook through until cooked throughout (with no pink in sight!). Once done, bask in the glory of this delicious dish that you created with minimal but intentional effort!
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Grilled Honey Sriracha Chicken is a savory summer favorite that can easily be prepared and cooked in a short amount of time. With only a few ingredients, this delectable dish is sure to impress at any backyard barbecue or intimate dinner gathering. To sum up, use boneless chicken breasts, marinate in olive oil, honey, garlic, and sriracha sauce then grill to perfection. Enjoy the phenomenal flavor that results from your culinary endeavors!
Grilled Honey Sriracha Chicken
- 4 (350 g chicken) chicken thighs, deboned but skin-on
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1½ tbsp honey
- 1 tbsp Tamari or soy sauce
- 1 tsp Sriracha chili sauce
- 1 tsp rice vinegar or apple cider vinega
- 1 pinch salt
- White sesame seeds, optional
- Firstly, you must thoroughly mix all the ingredients for the Honey Sriracha Marinade.
- Then, both the marinade and the garlic must be added to the chicken. To combine properly, stir well and allow it to marinate for 60 minutes.
- Pick up a cast-iron skillet and placed it on medium heat. Oil should be added before the chicken is moved to the skillet. Both sides must be cooked till they look golden brown and are cooked throughout.
- The rest of the Marinade can now be added to the skillet, and once it thickens, the heat must be turned off. Add some sesame seeds and serve right away.