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Guamanian Chicken

Posted by Solitary Dancer on May 3, 2009

Grilling season is just starting so I thought I would share this goodie with you.  It seems simple enough and tasty.

Guamanian Chicken
By: Finneus Fudge

When we were stationed on Guam, they used to make this wonderful chicken on huge grills, then chop it into smaller pieces and serve. The longer it stays in the marinade, the better.

SERVES 10

Ingredients

    * 5 lbs chicken legs with thigh
    * 2 cups soy sauce
    * 5 lemons, juice of
    * 1 bunch green onion, chopped
    * 1 1/2 teaspoons crushed garlic
    * hot sauce, to taste

Directions

   1. Mix all ingredients but chicken.
   2. Place chicken into large zip loc bags and pour in half the marinade. (Save the rest of the marinade in the refrigerator for use when grilling.).
   3. Refrigerate over night or longer.
   4. Remove chicken, discarding the marinade.
   5. Grill until about half done.
   6. Dip each piece into the reserved marinade and finish cooking.

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