Top Rated Shoyu Chicken Recipes

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marisk
This is a simple, one pot dish. Sorry, didn't time the cooking. I put in 30 minutes but it may take more or less depending on how much chicken is being cooked. I don't use it myself, but you can also add some sake to the dish as it cooks. Just a little note: I changed the soy sauce to low-sodium ... this runs a bit on the salty side using the regular shoyu. I haven't tried it with the change yet. May need to cut back on the shoyu too.
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sounds good. tried it and was the bomb for island style shoyu chicken. keep it up
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Chicagoland Chef du Jour
This recipe appears to be slightly different than the other ones here. It was passed on to me from a friend that spent a couple years in Hawaii. It does tend to be salty, so I omit the salt and use low sodium soy sauce. NOTE: I would NOT suggest skinless chicken breast, they are not flavorful enough.
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Liana Shanes
My absolute favorite dish. simple to prepare
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gingerbaker
My mom made this all the time when I was growing up. So easy and so good!
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bloomysgirl
Ingredients: 5 lbs chicken thighs, bone in 1 cup soy sauce 3/4 cup sugar 3 pieces garlic, minced 1 tsp. fresh ginger or powder equivalent 1/4 c. oil Remove skin from thighs. Set aside.Use oil to brown cleaned thighs in a pan. Mix remaining ...
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The Big E
Shoyu Chicken is Hawaii's answer to teriyaki chicken. Chicken thigh meat is marinated in a sweet, spicy soy sauce marinade, then grilled and served with rice.
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Easy Chicken Recipes
Shoyu Chicken is a delicious dish found all over the Hawaiian islands. It combines the flavors of orange, brown sugar, ginger and five spice to produce a wonderful sauce for chicken
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Aida Mollenkamp
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Lavender Lynn
I got the recipe from my roommate from Hilo, Hawaii. She shared a bunch of recipes with me.
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Mom of Five
This came from a friend in Hawaii. It is delicious, economical and easy to make! Everyone asks for seconds. It can be adapted for cooking on the stove or oven, but the crock pot was best!
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