Peanut Ginger Chicken
This Peanut Ginger Chicken Recipe starts out by marinating the chicken thighs in a combination of creamy peanut butter, freshly grated ginger, garlic, soy sauce, chili sauce, apple cider vinegar, and a bit of cayenne pepper. The thighs are then cooked on a grill over low heat until they are juicy and perfectly done. This peanut ginger chicken thighs recipe has a crispy, caramelized skin, with a creamy richness thanks to the peanut-ginger marinade. This recipe is a nice recipe variation to the standard grilled chicken you are used to making. You'll find two great side dishes to go with this tasty chicken recipe, with a fresh fruit and cucumber salsa, and an easy Napa cabbage slaw. They are the perfect compliments to this peanut ginger chicken recipe, and great for barbecue dinner nights.
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Nutrition Facts for: Peanut Ginger Chicken from A Family Feast
Ingredients: Chicken thighs, peanut butter, water, chili sauce, soy sauce, canola oil, apple cider vinegar, garlic cloves, fresh ginger, cayenne pepper.
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* Per Serving: Calories 480, Calories from Fat 194, Total Fat 21.6g 33%, Saturated Fat 5.0g 25%, Cholesterol 202mg 67%, Sodium 196mg 8%, Potassium 579mg 17%, Carbohydrates 1.6g 1%, Dietary Fiber 0.2g 1%, Sugars 0.1g, Protein 65.9g, Vitamin A 2%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 4%, Iron 16%
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