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Learn how to make chicken marinade with ZipSauce. Cooked by founder Michael Esshaki
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Michael Esshaki: Hello everyone, my name is Michael Esshaki, I am the founder and bottler of ZipSauce. Today, I am going to start off by making some zip sauce with chicken and zip sauces with marinade.
We are going to cut up some chicken into nice small strips. After we cut the chicken, we are going to put it right here inside this bowl, and cut up some green onions.
What we have to do here with the zip sauce is we are going to reduce it half and half; half zip sauce and half water. I have half water already in the bowl, mix it in with the zip sauce. We are going to put it in here as a marinade.
Also we are going to use some garlic with parsley in there. Little bit of that. Just a little pinch of black pepper. We are going to cut up a little fresh garlic, just a smidge here.
Put that in here. What we are going to do is mix it all together and let it marinate for about two to three hours, and we will be back when we are done cooking this and show you our final product. We will show you a little bit of the cooking process. You can grill it. You can also sauté it in the pan.
Ladies and gentlemen, zip sauce.
We are back with the chicken marinated in zip sauce, it’s been marinating for about an eight hour period. You are more than welcome to leave it for 24 hours or so before you cook the chicken. You will have no problem with it at all.
Actually, one of my favorite zip sauce dishes is with the steak, which is primarily used for -- what we have -- we use it for a whole bunch of other stuff, you can use it in stir fry. You can use it in seafood, which if you see the other videos, you will be able to tell that.
But what I want to do here now is I am going to bake it a few more time. While it's on the grill with just straight zip sauce. You know we marinate it, we broke it down half and half when we were marinating it, now if you want, you can just give it a little more flavor with using straight zip sauce out of the container. Doing it one more time. Then we are going to go ahead and show you this, but if you check some of our other videos out, you will be able to see that it is used for a number of things.
The stir fry is really, really good, if you just sauté it. You also could have sautéed this instead of grill it. It comes out just as delicious when its sautéed.
We serve with some carrots or you can eat it with bread, or put it on any type of sandwich or anything like that. There is your zip sauce with chicken marinade.