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Wasabi Marinated Chicken Strips


2 lbs. Chicken Breast – sliced into strips


1 tsp. - Wasabi paste
1 tablespoon - Soy Sauce
1 tablespoon Marinated Ginger (sliced) – plus 1 tablespoon of the Marinated Ginger juice
1 tablespoon - Rice Wine vinegar
1 tsp. – Chili Garlic Sauce
1 tablespoon – Sesame Seeds
1 tsp. - Sesame Oil
4 cloves of garlic – crushed & chopped

In a container place all of the ingredients for the marinade and add chicken strips. Toss the chicken so all of the pieces are covered with the marinade. Cover and place in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour to overnight.

Place the chicken on a heated griddle, turning once. Let the chicken become a beautiful healthy, golden color. This should take about 3-4 minutes per side, depending on how thick you sliced the chicken.

This chicken has a wonderful authentic, pleasant taste. I hope you will love it.

Enjoy with Much Love,


I have just entered into Mixing Bowl's Jam & Chicken Recipe Contest as well as The Standout Sandwich Contest!
I would very much appreciate if you could vote for me daily!
My recipes are: Sausage & Pepper Hero & Oven Baked Chicken with Veggies, both by LadyGourmet!
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  1. I've never used wasabi in a marinade...sounds great!

  2. That looks awesome! Never knew that Wasabi could be used as a marinade. Very innovative.

  3. Marinating chicken makes it so tender. I am sure that was the case with this one. It looks very appetizing.

  4. I love just about anything with wasabi and so this sounds utterly fantastic!

  5. Love this flavorful marinade Catherine! I bet it's zesty and delicious. I'm on my way to vote for you! Good luck.

  6. I love a bit of wasabi, I'd be all over these chicken wings.
    *kisses* HH

  7. Wasabi paste! That sounds kinda wonderful.

  8. Certainly a good way to use wasabi, Catherine.

    Good luck in the contests. I will get over there.

  9. I clicked on the contest as well as your recipes and it says that the page won't open. Is that temporary?


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