Special Diet - Created Date : 23.8.2019
Honey Sriracha Grilled Chicken Thighs
Sweet & Spicy HONEY SRIRACHA GRILLED CHICKEN THIGHS – juicy smoky chicken thighs slathered in an easy Honey Sriracha glaze that will make you swoon! I guarantee these will be a hit!
I never quite understood what the hype was all about. I mean I’ve seen people wearing shirts praising this magical sauce. So finally, a couple months ago I decided to buy a bottle. You know. Take the big dive. Just to see what in the world everyone was so obsessed with!
The experiment was a HIT! People absolutely went bananas for this sticky Honey Sriracha Glaze… and I was one of them!
I knew I’d be posting a recipe this month using Just BARE Chicken Thighs, and the recipe was already in my head! Just so you know, I’ve literally been waiting a month to share this recipe with you and it’s been killing me! A month is WAY too long!
There is so much flavor packed into these chicken thighs, you’ll truly be amazed. I’m just warning you, you’re gonna have to exercise your self control in order to not devour them all! You can do it! I believe in you!
Part of what I love about Just BARE is their transparency! The brand focuses on its chicken, raising them in a good environment without antibiotics. The chickens are vegetable and grain fed and never given hormones or artificial ingredients. It just makes a down right delicious and JUICY chicken thigh ya’ll. You CAN tell a difference!
Thighs are one of the most flavorful parts of the chicken. Even Bobby Flay says, if given the option, he’d choose chicken thighs – every time! (True story.) Plus, they are super versatile; grill ’em, braise ’em, pan sear ’em, I don’t care what you do. Just make them!
So here are a few tricks I’ve learned with grilling chicken thighs. Before you even put them on the grill, make sure you trim off excess fat or skin. Why? Well, it IS extra fat you don’t need. But also, the fat from the skin when it’s cooking on the grill is going to drip and cause flare ups. So, you help prevent some of those by trimming the skin off.
Don’t worry, you’re still gonna get the crispy skin everyone loves, but the amount you need! ??
Now the sauce! Oh the sauce! This Honey Sriracha Glaze is sweet, salty, spicy and freakin delicious! You’ll want to lick the pan! When you first taste it, you’ll get fresh pops of ginger and garlic, then sweetness from the honey and then the Sriracha kicks in! It’s amazing!
I seriously can’t wait for you guys to try this recipe. Using the freshest products makes a huge difference in flavor! I guarantee it!
Bon Appetit friends! Happy Grilling!
*** This recipe was sponsored byJust BARE Chicken. However, like always all opinions are 100% mine! Thank you for supporting the brands that support Joyful Healthy Eats. ***
That looks really tasty. But, even though sriracha isn’t especially hot, it’s too hot for my wife. I’m going to keep the recipe in my “reserved for when she goes to visit family” recipe file. I’m not a griller so I’ll also have to adapt the recipe to the oven. It isn’t that I can’t grill. I just don’t care for grilled foods.
I made these tonight but with country style pork shoulder ribs! They were SOOOO good! They were just enough sweet and just enough heat and the garlic added a nice bit to it too! I rubbed down my ribs with a 50/50 mix of EVOO and Sesame oil. The fat crisped up nicely and locked in all that good juiciness! Great recipe! Going to make some wings or thighs next!
This recipe was absolutely delicious! My husband had thirds! I do think he may have overlooked the chicken on the grill a bit because we didn’t taste the sauce much and there was no spice flavor from the sriracha. Though that with was perfect for my toddler. The chicken was so tender and juicy. I ended up making a half batch of the sauce to drizzle over the rest of the chicken so we could get the full flavor of the sauce. It was amazing! I will definitely make this again. I served it with cilantro lime rice and grilled corn on the cobb. Yum!
Excellent! Just made this tonight and loved it, though I left the kids’ thighs naked because they don’t appreciate the finer things in life yet (like spicy food). Will absolutely make again. As a note, I used boneless skinless thighs and it turned out fine.
I’ve made this about 10 times thus far for various dinner parties and events – it is the hit of the party. Simply one of the best recipes I’ve used in awhile – the clove and smoked paprika give it depth. We use honey from our own hives and its simply to die to for.
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