Sticky Honey Soy Chicken
One of my favorite dishes to make for my family is various kinds of baked chicken: ginger garlic baked chicken, baked Hoisin chicken, honey lemongrass baked chicken, and this amazing, moist, and super delicious baked honey soy chicken.
It’s one of the easiest chicken recipes ever, and everyone loves it.
Ingredients to Make Honey Soy Chicken
This Asian-flavored chicken recipe calls for very simple store-bought ingredients. These days, you don’t even have to go to Asian supermarkets or stores for Asian ingredients.
Sauces and condiments such as oyster sauce and sesame oil are widely available at the international food aisle, so you have every reason to whip up this amazing baked honey soy chicken for your family.
The chicken is tender, juicy and bursting with the sweet and savory flavors of soy sauce and honey. For deeper flavors, I always add minced garlic and ginger to the chicken.
Both ginger and garlic infuse the chicken with pleasant aromas. The chicken is best served with steamed rice.
Serve Baked Honey Soy Chicken with:
For a wholesome and healthy dinner, pair with one of the following veggie dishes as a side.
This Recipe Goes Well with:
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Baked Honey Soy Chicken Recipe
Baked Honey Soy Chicken - moist, tender and juicy chicken thighs marinated with honey, soy sauce, ginger, garlic and baked in oven. Easy dinner for the family!
Rinse the chicken thighs and pat dry with paper towels. Add the ginger and garlic to the chicken and gently rub them on the chicken thighs. Add the rest of the ingredients to the chicken thighs, stir to coat well.
Set aside to marinate for at least 30 minutes.
Pre-heat the oven to 375F. Line the chicken on a tray lined with aluminium foil and bake for 40 minutes in the middle of the oven, or until the surface turn golden brown, slightly charred and the inside of the chicken thighs are cooked. Serve immediately.
You may cover the chicken with aluminum foil to prevent the surface from getting too dark. You can do that in the middle of baking the chicken, once the chicken surface has turned dark but the inside is still not cooked.