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Author: admin, 17.08.2014. Category: meal plans for losing weight

If you’re always busy but want to feed your family real food instead of TV dinners, you can look for quick and easy recipes hat you can do while multitasking. This recipe for Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken is so easy I am almost embarrassed to share it with you. The trick to this recipe (in my humble opinion) is that you MUST use the brand of Teriyaki Sauce and Sticky Rice I have included in the recipe for the best result for this slow cooker chicken teriyaki. The rice is Niko Niko Calrouse Rice (you have to buy in bulk on Amazon to make it a good price, but you can find more details on the rice here if interested).
Cover the chicken with the Yoshidas Teriyaki Sauce so that all of your chicken is saturate in the sauce.
You can make this teriyaki chicken slow cooker recipe in a frying pan too (and then its not a slow cooker recipe,but will still be very tasty).
Be sure to check out our Whole Chicken Slow Cooker recipe and this Slow Cooker Southwest Chicken too! Hi Lee – Since they are thinner chicken breasts (if you pound them out some) you can really cook them on whatever setting your slow cooker has that works with your scheduled (mine has 4 hours, 6 hours and 8 hours, and all three settings work). Cut the chicken into bite-sized portions, then add to a plastic bag and add a few tea spoons of potato starch and shake to cover the chicken well.
If you liked this recipe please sign up to my newsletter on the right hand side of this post so you can receive recipes like this direct to your inbox! I made this for my picky Japanese boyfriend, (and I have tried many teriyaki recipes in my time in Japan!) and he said it was the best chicken he had even eaten!!! I used chinese cooking wine (I bought from Woolworths & it’s much cheaper than sake) and it tasted great!


This chicken teriyaki and rice recipe from the blogger behind While He Was Napping is so easy to cook you only need ten minutes to prepare it and it cooks in 20 minutes. Whenever I make it though, I am always asked for the recipe, so I figured I would just let the whole world know how easy it really is. If you use the same brands we mention below then it will taste as good as any take-out Teriyaki Chicken (and no, neither of the brands have sponsored this post, nor have any idea I am writing it – that is just my honest opinion).
You can get a decent price on Amazon, but they also sell it in many local grocery stores (I have seen it in Safeway and Costco to name two).
I through a package in the slow cooker with the sauce and let them simmer all day – and the chicken just falls off the bone, and the kitchen smells great. I cut up the chicken breasts before (less messy!) cook it quickly in a skillet and pour the sauce on. Also learn about the importance of adding ingredients in the correct order with the free essential tips for Japanese cooking – just type your email into the box on the right. I don’t know how you do it with 2tbsp of sugar and still be able to make an edible chicken teriyaki. My tips; double the sauce ingredients, halve the sugar, add some minced ginger, sesame seeds and gradually add to the chicken. I love tailoring traditional Japanese recipes, and my own mother's recipes, creating simple, quick and delicious Japanese food. It only requires three ingredients, so not only is it quick and easy – but that also makes it frugal. If you have not cooked with it before its different then long grain rice in that the finished product has a much more “sticky” texture to it, like take-out Teriyaki!


I have not been able to find a comparable sauce – so let me know if you are hip to one :) Thanks! Works great as a freezer meal as well, I always make a double batch and freeze half of it.
This is a perfect food for bento boxes, as you can see below served with Japanese meat balls.
But somehow I remember from cooking with a friend that it took us much longer (some 20 mins). I just added 1.5 tbsp and i had to add a lot more water to the mixture because it was just too sweet. One tip I would recomend…pour only a small amount of sauce in at a time on top of the chicken, it will thicken up without having to reduce it.
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