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Friday, October 1, 2010

Gabby’s Shoyu Chicken

I will have to try this recipe and review it later, but I wanted to share it. It looks so good.


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Gabby Reece Nutrition

Bring out the primal instinct of your man by breaking out the fire and animal protein!

I have the easiest recipe for BBQ chicken (that you can throw in the oven by the way if you don't want to have your man stand over the flame) that I learned from my Hawaiian brothers and sisters. Soy sauce or as they say in the islands "shoyu chicken" is a staple for the plate lunch, or beach gathering.

10-15 chicken thighs
2 cups of soy sauce (low sodium or Braggs)
1/2 cup Oyster sauce (you can find it in the Asian section of the grocery store)
3 to 4 cloves of minced garlic
2 to 3 inches of ginger (depending on how strong you want the flavor)
1/2 cup of brown sugar
salt and pepper to taste

All you do is take skinless and boneless thigh meat and marinate it in soy sauce (you can use Braggs Amino Sauce for a little bit healthier), oyster sauce, brown sugar (instead of white), minced garlic, chopped up ginger, salt and pepper to taste.
Marinate overnight, and then I like to boil it on a very low flame for about 45 minutes and then broil it on high for that crispy flavor (flip over at least once). The best way is still to just marinate and throw on your BBQ. This is simple, goes with everything, and everyone loves the flavor.

*I like to present it with brown rice or quinoa, a hearty side of broccoli, and a balsamic dressed spinach salad that I throw peas, feta, and raisins on.


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