If you like sesame noodles, you’ll love this roast chicken.
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Short-grain white or brown rice
Choose a fruity wine with a hint of sweetness, such as a domestic Chenin Blanc or an off-dry Riesling.
Make the pan sauce while the pan is still hot; if you get delayed, use hot water to make the sauce, or put the pan back in the oven briefly to warm it.
One of the beautiful things about this recipe is that you can marinate the chicken the night before and then fling it in the oven when you get home-- ideal for after work. The other beautiful thing is that it's delicious-- the sesame, ginger, and garlic make a yummy sauce that is not too sweet, not too salty. One of my go-to recipes for weeknight cooking.
Good blend of flavors-easy to prepare. The most time consuming part of the recipe was assembling the marinade, and of course, the marinating. I used chicken thighs, and it worked out well.
This is an easy, Asian-style baked chicken recipe. Tastes great. Good to serve with rice to soak up all the delicious gravy.
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