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Quick Chicken Teriyaki

Quick Chicken Teriyaki recipe
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If the word "quick" caught your eye, stick around for the taste. Traditional sweet-savory flavors deliver a chicken teriyaki you'll want to savor.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
9/6/2006
I made this recipe for my fiance last night and as soon as I was mixing the strips of chicken in the dressing he came in the kitchen and asked me what smelled so good = ) It's quick and very simple to make, I will defintely be making this again!
posted:
9/5/2006
My girls love teriyaki any way you can get it, but we didn't like the dressing flavor in the background. I will try again without the dressing.
posted:
8/31/2006
Unbelievable recipe! Can't wait to make it again!
posted:
8/31/2006
I really enjoyed this recipe. It was very quick and easy with lots of flavor. I did add more seasonings like paprika and cayenne for more taste. I doubled it because we had another couple over and there were no leftovers!
posted:
8/30/2006
So I tweaked the recipe a little but it was really good! I cut out the italian dressing and used 1/3 c. of low sodium teriyaki with 1/3 c. of orange juice. I added nutmeg when cooking the chicken and used cooked brown rice. I mixed in the brocolli and added mandrin orange slice for tang. I was excellent...for any of you who like a little "flare"
posted:
8/21/2006
I made this recipe for my family, who are very picky eaters and there was no lefts-overs. I would say it it a winner.
posted:
8/16/2006
My Husband loved this! :) He is a picker eater and if he goes back for seconds I know I've hit the jackpot. :) Instead of using the Italian dressing to heat the chicken in, I used soy sauce and Tiger sauce. It gave the meal a nice aroma. Also, instead of broccoli, I used snow peas...pretty good turn out.
posted:
8/9/2006
This was delicious and easy! I substituted peas for the brocolli for more of an oriental feel and it was great! I will definitely make this again!
posted:
7/26/2006
This recipe was very easy to follow and it tasted delicious. My husband and I are very picky eaters and we both enjoyed this meal w/my mother-in-law and brother-in-law. Our bowls were empty! I would definitely make this again.
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