Kim O's Irish/Chinese/Japanese/Italian Chicken

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Ingredients (8)

  • Boneless, but skin on chicken breasts.
  • Soy Sauce
  • Teriyaki Sauce
  • MAJOR minced garlic
  • Pickled ginger
  • Rice Wine Vinegar
  • Sesame Seeds, both white and black (kind of roasted)
  • Splashes of either white wine or beer - i.e., what ever you are drinking at the time.
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Kim O's Irish/Chinese/Japanese/Italian Chicken

Pretty easy, and multi cultural. Love by all that I’ve made it for. And I originated this recipe with Jumbo Shrimp. So, very adaptable to whatever one is looking/hoping/craving!


  1. 1Marinade your chicken in the ‘sauce’ for a couple of hours.
    Take the chicken out, and grill, skin side down on your grill, prior to turning it over. Take the skin off, put the breasts back in the marinade, the back on the grill. Give the ‘skin’ to your dogs (ours freak over it!)
  2. 2Continue to brush the marinade over the breasts, while on the grill. Keep dogs away – they think that they are going to more…NOT! Take the now, ‘roasted’ pickled ginger off, and after skimming your marinade, throw into it. Roasted garlic is also welcomed.
  3. 3Re-toss all of the above, then after roasting your duo of sesame seeds briefly in the oven, present the aforementioned, and sprinkle those sesame seed combos liberally (or as taste dictates) over your presentation! ENJOY!
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