Sunday, October 19, 2008

Terryaki Chicken

I cook this so often my boyfriend is absolutely tired of it, but it is SOOOO good, I love it! And it is pretty simple as well. All you need is some boneless skinless chicken breasts (I buy the strips), some Kikkoman Terryaki Baste & Glaze, rice, and sides of your choice (I always make green beans, baked beans, and rolls). Cut your chicken breasts into cubes (I use about two pounds, we love to eat!). Place them in your frying pan or wok. Pour the terryaki sauce (for two pounds, I use two bottles of sauce) in with the chicken and stir. Cook on medium-high heat until the chicken is all white, then turn it down to medium-low heat. Allow it to simmer about 30 minutes, stirring often. Then ensures your chicken will be nice and tender and flavorful. While it is simmering, prepare your rice and sides. Serve the chicken over the rice with the sides. I promise you will LOVE this! Kikkoman also makes a stir fry sauce, I used it one time to make chicken stir fry and I would not suggest it to anyone. I couldn't eat all my food because it was way too salty. When you look at the nutrition facts, it shows the terryaki sauce actually has more sodium, but it surely doesn't taste like it. My mouth was raw after eating the stir fry sauce. Kikkoman Sweet & Sour sauce is also very good and I would reccomend it to anyone. :) Enjoy!

1 comment:

Sassy8722 said...

Here I am, over a year later and I now know why the other sauce tastes so salty LMAO!! The serving size is much smaller, so there is actually a lot more sodium in the stir fry sauce than the terryaki. Just thought I would post that!

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