Yakitori. Yakitori (Japanese: 焼き鳥) is a Japanese type of skewered chicken. Its preparation involves skewering the meat with kushi (串), a type of skewer typically made of steel, bamboo, or similar materials. Afterwards, they are grilled over a charcoal fire.

Yakitori Grilled chicken skewers popular in Japan. Chicken thigh meat, green onion, chicken liver, hearts, gizzards, chicken skin can be prepared this way. It tastes best cooked over charcoal. You can have Yakitori using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Yakitori

  1. You need 300 g of cuisse de poulet.
  2. Prepare 100 g of poireau.
  3. Prepare 30 g of sauce soja.
  4. Prepare 20 g of eau.
  5. Prepare 10 g of miel.
  6. Prepare 5 g of sucre.
  7. You need 1 of peu de gingembre.

Mirin is a sweet Japanese sake (rice wine). Ordinary sake may be substituted for the mirin, with additional sugar. In Japan, yakitori restaurants are brimming with beer, hot grills, and stacks of skewered chicken cuts. In fact, the word yakitori tells you exactly what this cooking technique does — yaki means "grilled" and tori means "chicken." While chicken may be traditional, other proteins can be cooked in the same technique — over searing-hot grills with a frequent baste of a flavorful sauce.

Yakitori step by step

  1. Désosser les cuisses de poulets et les découper en dés de 3cm environ..
  2. Couper le poireau de la même manière..
  3. Embrocher les morceaux de poulet et de poireau tour à tour, puis faire cuire au four ou à la poêle..
  4. Dans une poêle large, mettre la sauce soja, le sucre, le miel, l eau et le gingembre râpé. Faire réduire la sauce à feu modéré jusqu'à obtention d une consistance épaisse..
  5. Quand les brochettes sont bien cuites, enrober les de sauce réduite..

Yakitori is a Japanese skewered chicken, cooked on a griller with either sweet soy sauce or just salt. Great for entertaining a big crowd as it is a kind of finger food. It is so tasty and easy to eat that you will not realise how many skewers you eat! Yakitori Seasonings (Shio or Tare) In most yakitori restaurants, your choices of flavor are either salt (shio) or with yakitori sauce ("tare" – pronounced "tareh"). It's really amazing these simple chicken parts will transform into something really delicious by the simple seasoning of salt or yakitori sauce.