Most higher heat cooking oils will work.

Cook and add all ingredients in synchronized order by following the video, start by sautéing the grated garlic and ginger on medium heat for about 1 to 2 minutes. And lastly, don’t forget to baste your Korean chicken half way through the cooking time to impart that delicious flavor. I’m not sure about the instant pot – it might be worth experimenting and if you test it out that way, let me know how it goes , BBQ Griddle is the answer and very useful for veggies and potato slices.

I served it with jasmine rice and broccoli. I’m wondering if the oven is the difference?
Mix all ingredients in a large ziploc bag and add chicken, then shake well and dust in strainer to remove excess flour. View the current state guidelines for travel to Hawaiʻi, The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort, HAWAIʻI in the Kitchen: Hocus Pocus Cocktail, HAWAIʻI in the Kitchen: Shrimp and Butternut Squash Risotto, HAWAIʻI in the Kitchen: Torched ʻAhi Dynamite Poke, 3 T. garlic oil (To make, simmer 3 to 4 garlic cloves on low heat with 1 cup grapeseed or vegetable oil for 15 minutes, then strain. If you want it stickier you can boil the leftover marinade and brush the chicken with it after you take it out of the oven. Thank you for the wonderful review!

Looks like a pretty good recipe. First and foremost…the Korean chicken marinade. Hello Nancy, I imagine that should work too. Thanks! I might mix a tablespoon of Gochujang in with it to add a little more flavor and heat.

Then add chicken pieces, making sure chicken is fully submerged in the marinade.

Me and my husband couldn’t stop eatingthid chicken. Thank you so much for sharing that with me.

It isn’t necessary to toast the sesame seeds but you can uses pre-toasted or toast them at home. She is such a talented cook and the sweetest lady. It was definitely sticky , the skin crisped well and the flavor is WOW . My guest and I loved it ! I just turned them over 5 min after basting and busted again…. Soaked the chicken in the marinade for 3.5 hours, however, the flavor was really only on the exterior of the chicken. Hi Tanya, we did not cover it with aluminum foil when baking. You can skip that step and maybe turn the chicken in the oven rather than re-basting if you prefer. Followed the recipe to a T & agree with the many commenters about it never getting sticky or crispy. A keeper! Hi Britt, you have two options here. Delicious recipe but definitely not a sticky Asian recipe. Get weekly updates on new recipes, exclusive giveaways plus behind the scenes photos. ¿ WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO TELL ME ABOUT THAT ? , Thanks for the recipe, ladies! Set sauce aside. As if you couldn’t make the dish any better. I tried this recipe and it was excellent ! With just two of us, we normally have to cook things that store and reheat well.

I am partial to fried chicken, all kinds of fried chicken.There is nothing not to love about chicken coated in a crispy, crunchy batter and deep-fried to golden perfection.

Gas or electric? I don’t know where you are but we are experiencing an uncharacteristically glorious summer in England this year, so everything I’ve wanted to cook lately mirrored our hot and sticky days. I would reduce the cooking time by 5-10 minutes as they cook a bit faster. Hi Natasha, Mix well and let it marinate for 30 minutes before serving. He also adds a fun Filipino-style marinated salad to top the fried chicken. Light the burners or bank your coals on one side and cook the chicken on the other side.
Read my disclosure policy. So unless an extremely charred chicken is your thing, I would stick to the oven. Aurelia Gabor.