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  • Huli Huli Chicken

    this is one of my favorite recipes ... we got it from one of my wife's nieces who was in living in Hawaii when he was stationed there .... by the way, Huli is pronounced Who-Lee .... it is said to be the favorite chicken/pork marinade in Hawaii .... I've tried both and using it on chicken is my favorite ... for the best results let the chicken/port marinade in the sauce overnight in the frig but it can be used with reasonable (but not optimal) results as little as an hour's marinade ... due to some of he components in the sauce, the meat cooked using it must be slow cooked at a low temperature on the grill .... cooking at high temperatures will usually result in burnt meat .... basting the meat throughout the cooking process is recommended and produces a cooking aroma which is truly remarkable

    1/3 cup ketchup
    1/3 cup soy sauce
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    3 tablespoons sherry
    2 1/2 teaspoons ginger root, crushed
    1 clove garlic, crushed

    Note:
    1. makes enough to marinate approximately 5 pounds of meat .... you may need to make more to use to baste the meet while cooking

    2. ginger root and garlic clove may be run through a blender, moisture needed to do so may be taken from soy sauce

    I will be fixing this for company expected on Saturday and will post pictures at that time

    Jim
    Jim
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  • #2
    pictures as promised ... took 1.5 hours to cook this chicken .. picture one shows all 8 chicken breast on the grill ... pocket 2 shows the 4 remaining on the grill after the first four are on the plate

    Jim
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    • #3
      Mama Mia, Fantastico. ops: Wrong language. Don't matter, looks great and I am sure it was.

      Bryan
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      • #4
        Originally posted by JEBar View Post
        pictures as promised ... took 1.5 hours to cook this chicken .

        Jim

        Might I inquire what you did during the 1.5 hours cooking time?

        Bryan
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        • #5
          Copied

          I copied the recipe and plan to try it.
          Just not tonight with the tornado watch and all.

          That reminds me.
          We don't have a blender.

          I seen that Silver Bullet on tv. and the feedback wasn't good.
          Guess I will have to choose a high dollar one, and hope for the best.
          Lee
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          • #6
            Originally posted by staggerlee View Post
            I copied the recipe and plan to try it.
            Just not tonight with the tornado watch and all.

            That reminds me.
            We don't have a blender.

            I seen that Silver Bullet on tv. and the feedback wasn't good.
            Guess I will have to choose a high dollar one, and hope for the best.
            Lee

            Silver Bullet??

            Bryan
            06 Sunnybrook Titan 32BWKS

            2007.5 CHEVY 3500 long bed Silverado, 4WD, Duals, Duramax, Allison.

            08 Montego Bay 37 RLB4--Bought this one to travel around in. Thanks Jim, (JEBar), and Camptown RV



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            • #7
              Silver Bullet

              Originally posted by maverick41950 View Post
              Silver Bullet??

              Bryan
              Its a blender they advertise on tv.
              They make it look so handy.
              Its just another Popiel type toy.
              But they sure make it look good on the tele.
              Lee
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              • #8
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                Originally posted by maverick41950 View Post
                Might I inquire what you did during the 1.5 hours cooking time?

                Bryan
                Thats an easy one, He only used 3 tablespoons of that Sherry
                in the recipe.
                Lee
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                Buy American, The Job You Save May Be Your Own
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by maverick41950 View Post
                  Mama Mia, Fantastico. ops: Wrong language. Don't matter, looks great and I am sure it was.

                  Bryan
                  say what

                  Jim
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by maverick41950 View Post
                    Might I inquire what you did during the 1.5 hours cooking time?

                    Bryan
                    would you believe visiting with wife's relatives ??? ... OK, let me try something else, how about sitting outside watching grill while talking to anyone/everyone who walked by in order to keep from visiting with wife's relatives ????

                    Jim
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by JEBar View Post
                      would you believe visiting with wife's relatives ??? ... OK, let me try something else, how about sitting outside watching grill while talking to anyone/everyone who walked by in order to keep from visiting with wife's relatives ????

                      Jim
                      I can definately believe the talking part. I have seen you in action.:b-wink:

                      Bryan
                      06 Sunnybrook Titan 32BWKS

                      2007.5 CHEVY 3500 long bed Silverado, 4WD, Duals, Duramax, Allison.

                      08 Montego Bay 37 RLB4--Bought this one to travel around in. Thanks Jim, (JEBar), and Camptown RV



                      It is much easier to beg forgiveness than it is to ask permission.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by maverick41950 View Post
                        I can definately believe the talking part. I have seen you in action.:b-wink:

                        Bryan
                        isn't having insider info against some Ferderal Law :Scratch-Head: ... OK, that may not apply but I'm working on it :b-wink:

                        Jim
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by JEBar View Post
                          say what

                          Jim

                          That is on a commercial for some type Italian noodle or something along the noodle line. As much TV as you watch I am sure you have seen that.

                          Bryan
                          06 Sunnybrook Titan 32BWKS

                          2007.5 CHEVY 3500 long bed Silverado, 4WD, Duals, Duramax, Allison.

                          08 Montego Bay 37 RLB4--Bought this one to travel around in. Thanks Jim, (JEBar), and Camptown RV



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                          • #14
                            we had the left over Chicken tonight and as good as it was last night, he was even better reheated ..:happy055:.. I highly recommend this recipe for those who have grills that can cook it slow :b-wink:

                            Jim
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by staggerlee View Post
                              Its a blender they advertise on tv.
                              They make it look so handy.
                              Its just another Popiel type toy.
                              But they sure make it look good on the tele.
                              Lee
                              Lee, We have two of them one in the house and one in the trailer we like ours alot they are real good for milk shakes and mixed drinkes I have also made chocolate moose with it. It is easy to get out and easy to clean. ----Kathy
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