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The Secret’s Out on This Hawaiian Huli Huli Chicken!!
Are you ready to uncover that grill and dive into the season? This Hawaiian Huli Huli chicken recipe will get you started on the right foot. This mouthwatering chicken is super tender and flavorful with a tempting sweet and savory combination.Packed brown sugar combines with soy sauce and ginger for authentic sweet Hawaiian-inspired flavors you’ll love. This recipe serves 6 and will be your new go-to recipe when you are ready to fire up the grill! Get your lei on and soak up that sun while cooking up this tasty fire-grilled dinner!
My little ones really enjoyed this chicken because of the sweetness. I substituted the brown sugar for a stevia baking blend that I have on hand but it didn’t taste as good as the brown sugar version.
My family could detect that I used stevia instead of sugar, too. They grumbled and complained about it but I told them that at least their glycemic index wasn’t being impacted LOL They weren’t amused. If I were you, I’d go the brown sugar route for this recipe.
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Quick Tip: I like to eat this chicken with rice and a side of pineapple chunks.