BBQ Chicken Recipe

Chef Jason Hill of www.CookingSessions.com shows you make a delicious and easy BBQ chicken recipe in this episode of “Chef Tips.” After visiting the North Shore’s roadside huli huli chicken stands, Jason heads home to the chicken to share his version of Hawaiian BBQ chicken. First, prepare your BBQ chicken marinade the day before you plan to grill. Though you can prepare this as a BBQ rotisserie chicken, the results are more flavorful when you cut chicken into pieces. This recipe for BBQ chicken uses a flavorful marinade that includes brown sugar, honey, pineapple juice, sesame oil, fresh grated ginger and crushed garlic. When cooking BBQ chicken, consider using a smoker box. For authentic Hawaiian BBQ, use kiawe wood (known in America as mesquite chips). Once the honey BBQ chicken sauce has soaked into the meat overnight, remove from the refrigerator and cook over high heat, skin side down, turning a couple times. Then, move to the low burner and shut the lid, where it will slowly cook and smoke for about 30 minutes, or until the internal temperature reaches 165 F. The smaller pieces will cook more quickly than the larger breast pieces. Serve this with your favorite mac salad, cole slaw and white rice. Go to http for the full printed recipe.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to “BBQ Chicken Recipe”

  1. ChefTips says:

    Sounds good! I have tried something similar. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. 1fanger says:

    Hi Jason, My dad used to make a bbq sauce for chicken with a can of whole cranberry sauce, a jar of ham glaze and crushed cloves. Ever try that? Thanks

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  3. ChefTips says:

    You’re welcome. Hope you enjoy it!

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  4. flmcd says:

    thank s for sharing , looks good

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  5. ChefTips says:

    Hello.  I leave the high heat side on for the indirect cooking.

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  6. shalukuttan says:

    When you move the chicken to the low heat side…. do you turn off the high heat side?.. or do you leave it on cooking the chicken using indirect heat?

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  7. ChefTips says:

    Sure!

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  8. dennistremendous says:

    will this work well with chicken breasts?
    

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  9. runescapefunnyvid says:

    my god.. gonna try this. love chicken

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  10. ChefTips says:

    @garyboylec
    Glad to hear your BBQ was a success! Glad to see the Royal wedding went on well too! Thanks so much for commenting!

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  11. garyboylec says:

    Hi Jason!!!, man that went down well with everyone,im not one for cooking but last week i got myself a lovely 4 burner stainless steel BBQ ,it looks the business and i will be using your Hawaiian recipe again .

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  12. ChefTips says:

    Please do! And please let us know how it turned out for you!
    Cheers!

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  13. garyboylec says:

    its Royal wedding day in in England and i am doing a BBQ for some family and friends,Just made the marinade and its all in the fridge for tomorrow,will let you know how it goes,

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  14. EasyRecipesHQ says:

    good video

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  15. Gemmalouiselea says:

    Very beautiful xxxxx

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  16. ChefTips says:

    Thank you!

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  17. EasyRecipesHQ says:

    nicely done

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  18. ChipNick87 says:

    Another thing you could do is try using frozen orange juice concentrate, which is much easier to find in stores. THe flavor won’t be the same but it will still be delicious!

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  19. ChefTips says:

    Ah yes. Wish I was there now!

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  20. jake4life403 says:

    Ray’s has the best chicken!!!!! haha, I’ve gotten chicken from that stand atleast 5 times lol..Buy a chicken with rice, go next door to the market for some more stuff and head to the beach to eat!!!

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  21. ariownts123 says:

    damn that chicken looks so juicy
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  22. ChefTips says:

    Just try regular pineapple juice. It will be fine! Cheers, Jason

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  23. kaygeedubbs says:

    I’ve searched my local stores high and low for concentrated pineapple juice to no avail — I would use the juice not from concentrate but I worry the flavor won’t carry through — do you think maybe some canned pineapple pulverized in a processor would work as an adequate substitute?

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  24. ChefTips says:

    Thank you.
    Cheers!

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  25. ChefTips says:

    @HJubb
    Ha haa! Thanks for your comment! =]

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