Pierce the surface of the chicken with a fork. Rub salt into both sides. Put into a plastic bag and let rest for 2 hours at room temperature. Rub the chicken occasionally.
While the chicken sits for 2 hours, grate the onion and garlic. Put into a frying pan and saute with olive oil.
Cook until the onions have browned, then add ● seasonings to mix in. Bring to a boil. This is the sauce.
When the sauce has cooled, pour into the plastic bag to seep. Remove the air from the bag and leave for at least 1 hour.
Take the chicken out from the bag. Remove the bits stuck to the chicken skin to avoid scorching.
Preheat the oven to 200˚C. Put the chicken on a grill and grill for 40 to 45 minutes.
Is it grilled? Well go ahead and check! The sooner the better. It has a nice soy sauce taste, pretty good eh? You can also add yuzu pepper (refer to Helpful Hints).
Story Behind this Recipe
Lining an oven tray with herbs and whatnot is a pain and I just didn't feel like doing it. So I decided to seep the chicken in an onion sauce I cooked beforehand. It's soy sauce flavored, so everyone from kids to the elderly will be able to enjoy it.
The tip is salt. Season with salt well to really bring out the flavor. The longer you let it marinate, the better it will taste. Try letting it marinate for a day before you cook it.
Note: Yuzu pepper version. In Step 4, seep in the sauce (Recipe ID: 1446175). I recommend this too.