Top Rated Huli Huli Chicken Recipes

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Dib's
This is a favorite of ours as the pineapple seeps into the Chicken Breast-the glaze is sticky-yummy!
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marisk
Not sure where I got this recipe. Several friends have tried it and love it; they advised cutting the marinating time to one hour (the original recipe called for overnight marinating).
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www.epicurean.com
Combine marinade ingredients. Wash and dry chicken. Brush with marinade. Grill over barbeque (best flavor over charcoal instead of gas grill), turning and basting chicken with sauce until it is done, about 30 - 40 minutes. (Another recipe I have ...
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International Recipes
from USAHuli Huli ChickenWonderful Recipe, Can be Doubled or Tripled. "Onolicious"5 lbs. Chicken1/3 cup Ketchup1/3 cup Soy Sauce1/2 cup Brown Sugar3 Tbsp Sherry or Aji Mirin Sweet Rice Wine1 pc. Ginger Root, Crushed1 Clove Garlic, Crushed ...
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International Recipes
from USAHuli Huli ChickenWonderful Recipe, Can be Doubled or Tripled. "Onolicious"5 lbs. Chicken1/3 cup Ketchup1/3 cup Soy Sauce1/2 cup Brown Sugar3 Tbsp Sherry or Aji Mirin Sweet Rice Wine1 pc. Ginger Root, Crushed1 Clove Garlic, Crushed ...
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chopperdaddy
Hang loose kamaaina-style with this Hawaiian style BBQ
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minitindel
, TYPE TO TAKE THE COVER OFF THE GRILL AND TRY THIS....A HAWAIIAN GRILLED CHICKEN
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Kana Kahuna
"Huli Huli," means turn, turn. Chicken halves are cooked on metal frame screens that are turned repeatedly over a charcoal fire, somewhat like a rotisserie. Below is a basic recipe for hawaiian barbecue.
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Linda's Busy Kitchen
Huli huli means to turn over and over in Hawaiian, so no matter what method you choose to make this recipe, the key is to Huli Huli :) This chicken dish is tender and so DELICIOUS, and is a FAVORITE in my household. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Try it on pork or ribs, it's great also!!! Cooking time does not include marinating time.
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Joshua Bousel
It's almost Fourth of July and soon backyards across this great nation will be awash in hot dogs, hamburgers, and chicken cooking over searing coals. I'm with the populist when it comes to celebrating our independence, opting for standard cookout fare, but after trying this Huli Huli chicken last weekend, I'll be going for the Hawaiian take on barbecue chicken this year. Using the traditional method of roasting, then saucing a bird, Huli Huli chicken introduces a new set of flavors that is reminiscent of the American classic, but takes it to exciting new places. First the chicken gets a soak in a soy sauce-heavy brine. Then it's smoke-roasted over a medium fire on both sides, producing a beautifully brown and crisp bird. The real magic comes with the final coat of glaze, whose pineapple juice base brings the island feel to this sauce. The final product is a true triumph in barbecue chicken. It's smoky, juicy, fruity, sweet, and tangy—so many excellent flavors that come to together into bird that puts those standard tomato-based sauced chickens to shame. Adapted from Cook's Country About the author: Joshua Bousel brings you new, tasty condiment each Wednesday and a recipe for weekend grilling every Friday. He also writes about grilling and barbecue on his blog The Meatwave whenever he can be pulled away from his grill.
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www.epicurean.com
Split each chicken down the backbone, but leave attached at the breast. Remove neck bone. Mix together shoyou, lime juice, honey, brown sugar, oil, garlic, ketchup, ginger root,chile paste, salt and pepper and sesame oil if using. Marinate split ...
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Chef TanyaK
I made this recipe from the '09 June/July issue of Cook's Country. It was fabulous! Even my picky 8 year old who hates chicken on the bone ate it with gusto. I don't want to lose this recipe, so I thought I would post it here for future use. I used a gallon tupperware pitcher to mix brine and soak the chicken.
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