So there's no real measurement to this, I always mix it to taste. If you want a more salty taste, go heavier on the soy sauce. Sweeter? Heavy on the brown sugar. Spicy? Go super heavy on the hoison sauce.
- Put soy sauce in a bowl. Measure between .5c and 1c depending on what you are marinading.
- Dump in about .25c of brown sugar.
- Mince 2-3 cloves of garlic, and dump in the bowl.
- Add a spoonful of hoison sauce, a splash of sesame oil (don't pour for any more that 1 second), and a sprinkle of pepper and ginger.
- Mix it all up
Now you have an awesome new marinade and one application to use this with. However, the marinade works well with chicken, or any other meat or vegetable dish. Try it and happy noms!