Thursday, September 8, 2011

Let's eat

We usually have chicfila on Thursdays but we had pizza delivered last night so I didn't want to eat out two night in a row.  So we opted for a quick and easy teri chicken and rice.  My version isn't traditional, I'm not here to trick you.  This is easy so that is why I like it.  I usually don't measure anything but I decided to measure things out so I could add the recipe to the post.

Chop up some green onions (about 2).  You will also need to mince up 1 large clove of garlic.

Put the green onion, garlic, 1/4 cup of soy sauce, a drop of sesame oil, and 3 tablespoons of sugar into a bowl.

Slice up 3 chicken breasts (I like to make mine really thin) put it into the bowl and mix it up.  I usually let it sit in the mixture for about 30mins.

Get a pan nice and hot.  Add some oil (maybe a tablespoon, I like to use canola since it can withstand more heat without burning).  Cook the chicken on med-med high heat until done, it should be browned.  On a side note I switched over to stainless from non-stick awhile back and I really like it much better.


We have a pot luck tomorrow at work for someone's birthday so I decided to make monkey bread for the first time.  Turned out pretty good I think, the kid already ate half of the one I made for us to eat.  I need to make sure I hide the other one :)

8 comments:

  1. great recipe!!! I just love Monkey Bread

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  2. That looks so yummy! I love teriyaki chicken and would love to say I make my own rather than just using a sauce mix! I also think you should share that monkey bread recipe, it looks to die for!

    Annika
    A Sweet Release

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  3. This looks sooooo good. I'm making it tonight! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. It all looks so terribly, terribly tasty.

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  5. YUM! I make teriyaki chicken and rice a lot, but I usually throw it on the grill and then slice it up. I'll have to try this!

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  6. Wanted to come back and say I made this and it was delicious. My lil brother loved it, and he's always complaining about my cooking!

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  7. you had me at teri and rice! i just came across your blog and read your "about me" section! i'm also chinese/hawaiian puerto rican! i love finding blogs where i have something in common with the author. your blog is so cute! =D

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  8. I've never made monkey bread, but I sure love eating it. Was it difficult to assemble?

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