Huli Huli Chicken – How To Make Huli Huli Chicken on the Grill Easy

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Huli Huli Chicken - How To Make Huli Huli Chicken on the Grill Easy
Huli Huli Chicken – How To Make Huli Huli Chicken on the Grill Easy
Huli Huli Chicken – How to Make Grilled Huli Huli Chicken on the BBQ EASY ** SEE OUR BBQ ACCESSORY GUIDE:

In this Huli Huli Chicken video, we will teach you how to make delicious Hawaiian style huli huli chicken on the grill. This huli huli chicken Recipe is one that is simple to do and will be perfect for any weekday cook! We made this on the Weber Kettle, but you can also do this on any grill. Everything you need to know is below.


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ITEMS USED – (Recipe Below)

Weber Kettle (classic) (USA) (CDN)

Pit Barrel Cooker

Dalstrong 8” Chef Knife (10% OFF PROMO CODE – /”POSTALBARBECUE/” )

Slow N Sear Plus (for 22’’ Kettle Grills)





Napoleon Professional 5 Piece tool set (USA) (CDN)


– 1 Chicken cut into halves
– 1 Cup pineapple juice
– 1/2 cup ketchup
– 1/4 Brown Sugar
– 1/4 Soy Sauce
– 3-4 Cloves Minced Garlic
– 1” Minced Ginger
– 2 tbs Rice Vinegar

Prepare your chicken by removing the backbone and then cutting the chicken into two halves. Place the chicken in a ziplock bag. Once that is done, begin mixing together your huli huli sauce in a bowl than pour 3/4 of the huli huli sauce into the ziplock bag. Remove as much air as possible from the bag and place in the fridge to marinade for a minimum 4 hours but ideally overnight.

After your chicken as sat int he huli huli sauce for a while remove it from the bag and place it onto your preheated grill on the indirect side and begin cooking at 325F. After 20 minutes flip the chicken and brush on some huli huli sauce, then close the lid and continue cooking until your huli huli chicken is at 150.. NOTE: Your chicken isn’t fully cooked at this point.

Once your chicken has reached 150F move it directly over the coal and continue to bast and flip ever 30-40 second so that the sugars don’t fully burn. It is normal for the chicken to char slightly but you want to watch it closely so that it doesn’t burn dark.
***NOTE: if your chicken gets a bit too dark but isn’t up to temperature yet, move it back to the indirect side to let if finish coming up the last final degrees.***

Step #4
Once your chicken has reached an internal temperature of around 165 remove it from the grill, let it rest for a few minutes and then enjoy your feast!

That’s it!

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About this video:
In this Huli Huli Chicken video, Jabin from Postal Barbecue will teach you How to Huli Huli Chicken on the weber Kettle Grill. This easy Hawaiian style Huli Huli Chicken is a one that tastes great and can be cooked on any bbq. Enjoy.

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