Recipe: Yummy BBQ Asian Chicken Thighs

BBQ Asian Chicken Thighs. The flavorful marinade for these grilled chicken thighs is a little sweet, a little salty, and a little tangy, with a hint of spice from Asian chili sauce, curry, and garlic. I made the Asian BBQ chicken sauce as instructed but used wings and drumsticks instead of thighs. I also baked the chicken, broiling once the chicken was cooked.

BBQ Asian Chicken Thighs Chicken thighs marinate for an hour in an easy Asian-inspired sauce mix, then are baked and served with more sauce. There's honey for sweet, soy for salty, and chili sauce for hot, plus plenty of garlic. Marinate ahead of time to make dinner extra fast. You can have BBQ Asian Chicken Thighs using 6 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of BBQ Asian Chicken Thighs

  1. It’s 1 pack of chicken thighs (with skin).
  2. It’s 1/4 cup of soy sauce.
  3. It’s 1/3 cup of teriyaki sauce.
  4. It’s 3/4 cup of bbq sauce(or more!).
  5. You need of Black Pepper.
  6. It’s of Garlic Powder.

Today I am going to share the best grilled chicken thighs recipe with you that calls for only three ingredients: chicken thighs (bone in), homemade dry rub and liquid smoke. Yes, it's that easy and the end results are absolutely delicious…the juiciest grilled chicken you will ever make. I guarantee you, just like my juicy and tender grilled steak. If you're looking for a unique flavor for your next chicken dinner, try this Asian BBQ Chicken.

BBQ Asian Chicken Thighs step by step

  1. Rinse and pat dry chicken thighs, then place into a large baking pan…….
  2. Sprinkle Black Pepper and Garlic Powder over both sides of thighs……
  3. Meanwhile mix together the soy sauce, teriyaki sauce and bbq sauce in a bowl, spread mixture over thighs……
  4. Bake, uncovered at 400 degrees for an hour…..Your chicken will have a beautiful dark glaze over it !!!! 😋.
  5. Serve with veggies or my Garlic Ramen Noodles and enjoy!😋.

An easy homemade barbecue sauce covers this baked (or grilled) chicken. When think of baked chicken, I think of cornflake chicken or parmesan chicken. Those two (along with buttermilk fried chicken) are some of our favorite family dinners. The marinade for this chicken is true to the authentic Thai grilled chicken (Gai Yang). Traditional Gai Yang is served with a dipping sauce but I find chicken thighs so juicy that it doesn't need it.