Gochujang-style chicken legs  

Grilling these Gochujang Chicken Thighs is ideal thanks to their Korean-inspired marinade. These chicken thighs fulfill two cravings because they're sweet and tangy.  

This recipe makes a delicious chicken that the whole family will love by combining gochujang with other Asian flavors like soy sauce.  

This chicken is perfect for a weekend BBQ or a weeknight dinner because it is sweet and spicy without being too overwhelming.  

To make this marinade, you will need 9 ingredients that are easy to find in any grocery store. – Gochujang sauce. This sauce is used instead of paste in this recipe and it is usually found in the international aisle of the grocery store. – Soy Sauce. We prefer low-sodium soy sauce to make all our marinades. – Brown Sugar. Light or golden sugar is our go-to.

– Minced garlic. – Minced ginger. – Rice Vinegar. Make sure it is not seasoned. We made that mistake once and it ruined a dish because of the amount of salt in the seasoned rice vinegar. – Paprika. Our choice is smoked paprika but regular paprika also works. – Kosher Salt. – Black Pepper.

Gochujang is popular in Korean cooking. It is a red chili paste made mostly of red chili peppers and fermented soybeans. It is savory, sweet, and spicy and used in many dishes.  

It is used in a variety of dishes and is savory, sweet, and spicy. We make use of gochujang sauce in this recipe. It is thinner in sauce than in paste.  

No, they don't have to be skinless and without bone. Skin-on, bone-in thighs were used to make this dish. The time for cooking does change since bone-in chicken takes longer to cook than boneless.  

Since bone-in chicken takes longer to cook than boneless chicken, the cooking time does vary. We advise checking the internal temperature of the chicken while it is cooking using a thermometer.  

Yes! The marinade for these chicken thighs can also be used for chicken breasts. If using large chicken breasts, they may need to be marinaded for a longer time. 

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