Chicken Teriyaki

Now this is what I like to call a 30 minute meal… Perhaps even a 20 minute meal. Grilled chicken teriyaki, served with steamed jasmine rice and shelled edamame. Its a great healthy dinner that takes up maybe 5 minutes of your time to prepare. This is the dinner I make when I’m too tired to cook, and have no desire to go out to eat. I probably make this two or three times a month.

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Grilled Chicken Teriyaki

2 chicken breasts
salt
pepper
1 tsp olive oil
2 tbsp store bought teriyaki glaze

1. Preheat grill. Pound out chicken breasts to 1/2 inch thickness, or with a sharp knife, slice into the thickest part of the breast, and open like a book. This helps the chicken cook evenly and much faster.

2. Season chicken with salt and pepper and coat lightly with olive oil. Grill until almost done, and brush with the teriyaki in the last 5 minutes.

Note: This can also be cooked on a grill pan or even broiled on the oven.

Note #2: This is even quicker if you buythinly sliced chicken breast pieces.

 

4 Comments

  • Stephan 11 YEARS AGO

    This is one of my favorites “mid week” dishes you make. And you make it look so easy too. I cant wait to see the posts about all the great stuff you cooked/baked this weekend :)

  • Maki 11 YEARS AGO

    You are lucky. My hubby would ask “where’s the gravy? Can’t eat rice plain!”. hehehe. Looks great to me and healthy.

  • Jamie (AJ110505) 11 YEARS AGO

    I made this on Monday night!!! My hub loved it – thanks for the easy recipe!

  • cocojack10 11 YEARS AGO

    Thanks for the recipe… I made it earlier this week, and it was great, and the best part, EASY!

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  • wow great pictures! the filling sounds really interesting.. I have lots of leftover egg whites that I've been wanting to use up...I'm definitely making them! thanks for the recipe : )
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