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Let me just say how thrilled I was to find this recipe. It was after a Google search that I discovered it, and my goodness it did not disappoint! Now I will admit that like others, I was unable to achieve the sticky texture desired for the sauce in my initial baking process. However, it was a simple fix at the end to remove the fluid, place it in a small saute pan and reduce for about 5 minutes. I then rolled the cooked chicken in the sauce and voila. It was a major hit. I served it alongside steamed rice, and par steamed bean sprouts and sugar snap peas. NAGI, thank you so much for a beautiful dish that is now destined to become the latest entry into my repertoire of successful, healthy and flavor packed recipes!
Where do I start? I am new to smoking meat (preparing it, not eating it!). Your website and recipes have made this a very rewarding (and tasty) experience. I have done a Boston butt, a chicken, the ABTs (my wife absolutely loves these things), and most recently, a rub and sauce recipes do give it a little zing, which we enjoy very much. I did reserve the juice from the brisket to use for reheating…wow…my mouth has begun watering all over again! The most incredible thing about this is that I never thought I could ever produce anything like this. You made it easy and my family thinks I'm some kind of BBQ Pitmaster now!