This Bourbon Street Chicken recipe is a twist on the restaurant favorite. Made with juicy chicken thighs and a rich teriyaki sticky sauce, this quick and easy recipe is better than takeout.
With bold flavors of bourbon seasoning, teriyaki glaze, soy sauce, and cayenne all mixed together, each bite is better than the last. This stuff is better than takeout.
The spicy heat from the cayenne pepper combined with the sweet flavors from the brown sugar makes for an unbeatable flavor combination that will have you making this recipe again and again.
What is Bourbon Street Chicken?
Bourbon Street Chicken is a favorite on Golden Corral‘s menu, combining pan-cooked chicken strips with a thick teriyaki glaze. Despite its name, it doesn’t contain any bourbon (sorry) and doesn’t hail from the famous street in New Orleans’ French Quarter. It isn’t too dissimilar to chicken creole, although this is much thicker and uses a teriyaki sauce marinade.
For this recipe we’ve done something a little bit different. Instead of doing a straight-up copycat dish, we’ve melded together their marinade with the classic bourbon chicken sauce. The results are a sweet and spicy plate of chicken – with a kick. We love it.