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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:
6/11/2007
Delicious! You can mix it up in so many ways too!
posted:
6/11/2007
I substituted the Light Done Right Asian Sesame Dressing for the Italian. It was wonderful. I tripled the recipe, as we had 6 adults and I wanted left overs!! We'll have this often, as it cooks so fast and the leftovers were great!!
posted:
6/6/2007
I have made this several times and can't get enough of it. The kids all eat it and they make me happy by eating their veggies.
posted:
6/5/2007
quick easy and alright
posted:
5/25/2007
A New favorite! Even if you have guests that don't like chinese, they'll eat this!
posted:
5/1/2007
My husband loved it & I thought it was very good too. Used beef for stir fry & added cut up red bell pepper when I added the brocolli & rice. We used the teriyaki & it was great! Served with egg rolls & will definately make again!
posted:
4/11/2007
WONDERFUL!! We make this all the time. I use soy sauce because I think the teriyaki is too sweet. We have also used shrimp and steak, as well as the Asian blend of frozen veggies. All of these work well. My kids love it and I love it because it is soo simple and good. The rice is very flavorful (my favorite part!).
posted:
4/9/2007
This was really easy and really really good. I didn't use instant rice, I cooked jasmine rice instead. I also used fresh broccoli and carrots and just let them simmer in the juice a little longer and then added the rice to the mixture.
posted:
4/3/2007
This was the second time I made this recipe. The first time I made it with soy sauce 'cause I didn't have teriyaki. I honestly liked it better with the soy sauce, but it was still very good.
posted:
4/1/2007
I didn't have teriyaki sauce, used yashida sauce. Our family thought it was very good...and how easy! I will definitely make again!
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