Dutch Oven Chicken Teriyaki

Dutch Oven Chicken Teriyaki. Stick around. I’ll show you how to make it.

Hi, this is 1960HikerDude. John Arval dropped a comment on the Honey Sesame Chicken video I published about a month ago. John suggested I make teriyaki chicken. So I did some research. Both recipes share many ingredients and preparation techniques are nearly identical. The key difference is the ratio of the honey to soy sauce. There are other differences such as using orange juice instead of ketchup. The result of these small changes is a big change to the flavor profile. I put links to both recipes in the description below.


Dutch Oven Teriyaki Chicken


Dutch Oven Honey Sesame Chicken

Start to finish, you can make this in about an hour and a half. So grab your favorite beverage, kick back, relax and enjoy the show.

For this recipe you need boneless skinless chicken breasts, diced yellow onion, low sodium soy sauce, honey, orange juice, finely diced garlic, black pepper, grated ginger, broccoli, butter, cornstarch, water, sesame seeds and sliced green onions.

Let’s start our charcoal. Arrange the chicken breasts in a well oiled 10 inch Dutch oven. Distribute the onion over the chicken,

in a medium bowl combine soy sauce, honey, orange juice, garlic, black pepper, and ginger. Give it all a good mix. Pour it over the chicken and onions.

Bake for 1 hour using 7 coals beneath and 14 coals on top to get 350 Degrees in your 10 inch Dutch oven.

After 30 minutes, add the broccoli.

After 45 minutes, swap out your coals.

After one hour lift the lid and remove the chicken. Add the butter.

Move the coals from the Dutch oven lid to beneath the pot.

Mix the water and cornstarch together. Pour it into the pot and give it a good mix. Allow the sauce to simmer uncovered.

In the meantime, cut up the chicken into bite size pieces. Return the cut up chicken to the pot. Continue cooking uncovered for another 10 minutes until the sauce thickens.

How do you like this pot o’ love?

Serve it over hot cooked rice. Garnish with sesame seeds and green onions.

Are you hungry yet?

These videos will get you started.

Dutch Oven Cooking for Beginners

Dutch Oven Charcoal Tips and Tricks

How to Clean and Care for Your Dutch Oven

How to Strip and Re-Season your Dutch Oven


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  1. We cooked this dish at a scout movement camp with 46 kids 12-17 years old and 6 Dutch Ovens in parallel. It tasted great!

    I suggest to be careful with the amount of soy sauce. There seem to be quite some types around. It is also very important to select a low salt type (for example 5 g salt each 100 g) otherwise you’ll probably ruin your dish. We got the right sauce and amount with some luck.

    Greetings from Holland!

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