Let’s cut right into the cold open: Dinner from last night. New recipe tested and approved for future meals!
Discounting the time to thaw/marinate the chicken itself, cook time was about 30 minutes. So with a little advance prep, this qualifies for weeknight rotation.
I mostly followed this recipe for Honey Soy Sauce Chicken but with 2 modifications:
- Used Tamari Sauce instead of regular soy sauce. While I like my standby Kikkoman, our household manages wheat allergies. Traditional soy sauce blends are a mix of soy and wheat. Tamari sauce is made with little or no-wheat, depending on make, and has a darker appearance and richer flavor than traditional all-purpose soy sauces.
- Used unfinished Trader Joe’s/Charles Shaw Pinot Grigio since I didn’t have saki or dry sherry at hand.
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