Saturday, December 12, 2009

*EASY* TERIYAKI CHICKEN & BROCCOLI

I thought I'd share another quick, tasty, and easy recipe.

If you like Asian food, then you may like this.

All you need is:

1/2 an onion
Broccoli
4 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast (cut up in bite sized pieces)
Salt & Pepper
Mr. Yoshida's Marinade

I love buying pre-cut and prepackaged veggies because it's quick. The broccoli you see here is from Costco, as well as Mr. Yoshida's Marinade sauce. This is probably one of the best teriyaki marinades, and I believe you can only get it at Costco or Sam's Club. I could be wrong though.

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Basically, all I do is cut up the chicken breast and onions, and cook in a pan until the chicken is cooked. I will season it with salt and pepper, and then add the broccoli. I add about 1/3 cup of water so it can steam the broccoli while it cooks (plus it also thins out the marinade). While doing that, you can add as much Mr. Yoshida's sauce as you like, and then let it cook until broccoli is tender.

This is what it will look like when it's done.
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Put it over hot steamed white rice, and you're good to go! Eat up!
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28 comments:

angel maia said...

Wow... This dish looks nice and simple. Maybe I'll try this tonight. Thanks for the recipe.

Jag said...

One of my favorites! Yum yum yum...

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He & Me + 3 said...

I adore broccoli and chicken together like that but my family can't stand broccoli. I think I will just come to your house next time you have it. YUM

Parsley said...

I'd cook this and eat it all myself! I like SWEET teriaki. Is that sauce sweetened?

Susie said...

That IS easy!!

Stephanie said...

Now that looks YUMMY!!!!! I am going to have to try that one very very soon!!!!!!!

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Mommy, I'm Home said...

One of the few meat dishes my child will eat is teriyaki chicken. I might have to make this for her...

Lorrie said...

Mr. Yoshida's is a must around here. We get it at Smart and Final...and we eat a lot of Chicken and Steak Teriyaki...we are closet Asians...wanna be flips and Thai's over here. Thai food is the only food my entire (even the picky) eater will eat. It's only 7 and I'm hungry...yummmm

mimi said...

We love Asian food....the boys mostly eat fried rice/lo mein. That dish looks fantastic and like something I could make!

Denise said...

Yummy.

mama's smitten said...

Yum ! I'llhave to try it!

Our Family said...

Yum-o! I think I will definitely give that a try one night next week! Thanks for sharing! :)

blueviolet said...

That looks right up my alley!!!

Manang Kim said...

This is definitely yummy. Well note for the name of the marinate sauce. Thanks for sharing!


Yummy Sunday

Pilar said...

yummy!!!!!!!! It looks so good!!!

Kimberly said...

That looks delish! And it's a recipe I'm pretty sure I couldn't ruin. Hmm... :)

Got any good fried rice recipes?

Helene said...

That looks amazing! And so easy! We have some of that marinade but I haven't used it..I have no clue why. But you bet I will be now! Thanks for sharing this!

Muthering Heights said...

Oh my does that look DELICIOUS!!!

Veronica Lee said...

Yummy!! And it sounds easy too!!

Bogie said...

Yummy! Yummy! Yummy!

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Princess Sarah said...

hmmm, this is yummy, thanks for sharing.

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Kelli @ RTSM said...

This sounds really easy! We aren't really big on Asian food...but my boys love broccoli! Thanks for sharing!

Alice Audrey said...

This is my kind of recipe!

Kero said...

we like anything with brocolli. thank you so much for the recipe :)

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chubskulit said...

that look sumptuous alicia!

I got to taste Japanese food during our flight.

Jay - agent112778 said...

i love this dish, specially on beef :D

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Genejosh said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe..It looks very easy to follow. I wonder where could I get that Yoshida's marinade...hope the fish sause and oyster sauce here will do:)

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nicquee said...

That looks so yummy!

Thanks for sharing this easy to cook dish. :)