{BIB Fast Food} Spicy Garlic Chicken

Written by chanie on January 3rd, 2013

Being as I just started a culinary arts program at the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts, I’m back to the BIB Fast Food concept. BIB Fast Food is essentially quick and easy recipes with one simple picture and no step by step photos. And you really don’t need ’em because the recipes are just. that. easy. So stay tuned for more of these fast food posts, about once a week.

This spicy garlic chicken is so moist and delicious. Here’s the thing though. It’s not really all that spicy (even though I use spicy garlic duck sauce). So when I say spicy here, I mean rubbed with spices! If you want a super spicy kick, just sprinkle on some red pepper flakes.

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  1. i love this fast food concept. who doesn’t need recipes that are just as easy (and much tastier) than takeout!?

  2. Fashion-isha says:

    This is my classic Shabbos chicken. Nice to see it here, it’s the best!

  3. wow, that does look easy! yum!

  4. I’m super jealous about your course at the culinary school! Can’t wait to hear all about it. :)

  5. Ronnie Fein says:

    wow! This is so easy! Nice for a weekday meal when you don’t have much time to cook.

  6. We all need these type of recipes in our back apron pocket so to speak!

  7. sara says:

    This is the BEST chicken and Chanie makes it perfect every time! So glad you posted it!

  8. Garlic + Chicken…meant to be together!

  9. This sounds so delicious, something pretty easy but changed into something more! I must try this.

  10. I like the fast food concept, both for the kitchen and for the post.

  11. RochieO says:

    back to the basics… love those easy recipes of urs!

  12. Prag says:

    Please sell this in stores, I’d pick one up every day.

    Looks amazing!

  13. Kelly says:

    Try substituting the duck sauce with some Hot Pepper Jelly!

  14. Tanya says:

    The recipe sounds really yummy but where do I find kosher Spicy Garlic Duck Sauce or for that matter Hot Pepper Jelly? I’m out in the sticks and feel over the moon when I can find sweet’n sour duck sauce! Doesn’t happen very often. No chance in finding anything as exotic as garlic duck sauce… :( Can you suggest any substitutes for it please? Much appreciated.

    • chanie says:

      Hi Tanya, if you can’t find spicy garlic duck sauce, check your local supermarket for any type of spicy sauce that you can use over chicken, such as La Choy sweet and sour sauce.

    • Kimberly Ware says:

      I actually used regular sweet and sour duck sauce and mixed it with Spicy Kung Pao sauce…tasted GREAT!!

  15. B says:

    Going to make this for dinner tonight!
    Easy and looks great. Many thanks

  16. Lindsay says:

    what part of of the chicken are you using and is it bone in? Thanks recipe looks yummy!!!

  17. Linda MyLinh says:

    Hi. This is awesome and easy to make. May I ask where I an find the duck sauce?

    Thank you

  18. Batsheva says:

    Perfect for Pesach.

  19. Sharon says:

    Just served this dish for Pesach. Raves. And so easy to prepare.

  20. Amanda says:

    This is one of my favourite recipes! Thanks soo much! It is a “HIT” every time I make it!

  21. Melissa says:

    Hi! I’m trying this recipe today but I don’t have garlic duck sauce. Will chili garlic sauce do the trick?

  22. galina says:

    I found golds hot and spicy such sauce, couldn’t find the spicy garlic, is it the same?

  23. Aspyn says:

    Is the chicken already cooked?

  24. Andrew says:

    I live in garden grove ca and I would also like to know where can I get the garlic duck sauce

    • chanie says:

      Hi Andrew, I’m not very familiar with the stores on the west coast. I suppose you should be able to find it at large supermarkets, maybe even Walmart.

  25. Leah says:

    Hi Chanie! I have 3 big bottles of Haddar Spicy Duck Sauce. Please can I give them to you? We don’t eat spicy.

  26. shoshana says:

    How many pieces of chicken is this recipe for?

  27. Rachel says:

    Hi Chanie,
    My family loved this when I made it a couple of weeks ago! I followed your recipe exactly. Do you think I could try making it using boneless skinless chicken thighs? I would reduce the cooking time, but wanted to know if you have ever tried it.

  28. Miriam says:

    Can I make this recipe with chicken wings? Also I only have Cantonese golds duck sauce. What can I add to it to give it a bit of a kick?

  29. Rayli says:

    Do u do the chicken with skin on or off?

  30. Sherry says:

    Change, I am a huge fan of yours from FB and Instagram and am starting to think about Pesach friendly chicken. Do you know if the Golds Garlic Duck Sauce you use in this recipe is KlP? Also, we have a condo in Aventura literally behind the Waterways where Sarah’s Tent is and will be spending Pesach there. Are there any other products you saw there that you would recommend? We are Ashkenazic so no Kitnioys but do eat Gebrokts. Thank you so much!

    • chanie says:

      Hi Sherry! I’m pretty sure they sell kosher for Passover duck sauce. You can really use any flavor, it doesn’t have to be the garlic one. If not, you can make your own with a base of store-bought apricot jam. Just saute some garlic, ginger and fresh chillies and add the jam and some lemon. I have never shopped for KFP products at Sara’s Tent so I can’t really recommend, sorry!

  31. stanp says:

    Very simple recipe that has some different flavors for me.

    Want to try.

    Is “spicy garlic duck sauce” different from the usual duck sauce you find in the supermarket ? Easy to get ?


  32. Samara Kandelshein says:

    hi does this freeze well?

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