Fake out Orange Chicken Teryaki

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Ingredients (6)

  • boneless chicken cubed 1 breast or 4 tenders
  • 1/2 bag of frozen asian vegatbles ( ie birds eye asian medley)
  • ginger teyaki marinade ( is use Kc masterpiece brand)
  • 1/2 cup white rice dry
  • sesame seeds or tasted peanuts
  • Orange Juice
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Fake out Orange Chicken Teryaki

When you are hungary and this is what is left in the fridge —Best use of marinades—little prep speedy —tastes like it took a long time but its really a dump together—You can subsitute rice for angel hair pasta or chow mein noodles —Sometimes I add a little garlic when I start the chicken —A couple of dashes of hot pepper or tabasco is good too —It make great left overs If you plate it really nice and don’t over do the veggies people will think you slaved away in the kitchen— I am a big fan or marinades as sauces —


  1. 1Prep -cut up chicken and top with 1/4 bottle marinade put in fride—stir really good
    ( the best way is to do this before you go to work—if you have time )
  2. 2Start rice make according to box microwave or stove top( you can really cheat and pick up a pint from your local take out place on the way home)
  3. 3in large hot saute pan or wok add a little oil ( optional) and dump in chicken ( marinade too) stir so it doesn’t stick and it will look kinda wet at first—when chicken is half cooked go to step 4
  4. 4Add 1/2 bag of still frozen veggies
    Topp with splash of OJ maybe 1/3 cup
    Stir —veggies with absorb marinade or liquid
  5. 5Dinner is done when liquid is bubbly and glaze like —veggies should be hot and thawed but not too soft ( if you like softer veggie microwave 2 min before step 4
  6. 6make medium mound of rice and topp with chicken/veggie mix shake with seasame seeds or chopped peanuts All done —Eat
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