Mark Harveyalmost 2 yearsteriyaki chicken 🇯🇵💥7 comments,0 shares,2 likesMark Harveyalmost 2 yearscooking method also works very well with tandoori chicken if you chunk the chicken. doing some later 💥🌶️Hari Ghotraalmost 2 yearsThanks so much for sharing that @Mark Harvey sounds delicious! Will have to try it soon!Mark Harveyalmost 2 yearsThis recipe is all about the marinade meaning that you can cook the chicken very quickly under a high grill. I have found that an overnight marinade works best. 48 hours even better. The good thing about the marinade is that you can adjust / change ingredients to suit your taste. 1 Large Onion 60 ml light soy sauce 3 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoons maple syrup 1 tablespoon finely grated fresh ginger 3 cloves garlic 2 tablespoons mirin 1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil 700g skinless, boneless chicken thighs or breasts cut into chunks (my son prefer breasts but I think thighs work better) 2 tablespoons neutral flavoured oil, such as grape seed or canola 2 teaspoons orange zest Juice from 2 large oranges – around 80ml Roasted sesame seeds Tablespoon tomato puree Fry the onion 20mins in the oil Add the garlic & ginger and continue to fry for around 5 mins Add remaining ingredients, simmer for around 5 minutes and let it cool When cool pour into a bowl, add the chicken and mix around, cover and marinade overnight Before cooking, take out of the fridge and allow to reach room temperature Put the grill on the highest heat and let it get hot Put the chicken on a wire rack, coat with marinade and roasted sesame seeds Put under the gill around 5 inches below the grill. When edges start to turn black they’re done, don’t be surprised how fast they cook 🇯🇵💥Mark Harveyalmost 2 years🙃Hari Ghotraalmost 2 yearsHaha 🤣 sign of a confident cook @Mark HarveyMark Harveyalmost 2 yearsyes I'll have a go but I tend to chuck all the marinade ingredients together 🙄Hari Ghotraalmost 2 yearsThat looks really good @Mark Harvey are you going to share your recipe with us?