Recipe: CHICKEN TERIYAKI SKEWERS

CHICKEN TERIYAKI SKEWERS

Whether you cook this on a bbq or under the grill like we do... it's really speedy and yet so unbelievably tasty. The sale you can make in the time it takes for the chicken to cook... an absolute winner.

Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp mirin
  • 4 tbsp teriyaki sauce
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce
  • 4 skewers
  • 4 radishes
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 2 chicken breasts
  • 1 large carrot
  • 2 tbsp sesame seeds
  • 1 handful sugar snap peas
Preheat the grill

Step 1

PREHEAT THE GRILL

Preheat the grill to high.

Marinade the chicken

Step 2

MARINADE THE CHICKEN

Soak the wooden skewers in water if you’re not using metal ones. Slice the chicken into chunks and pour over the teriyaki sauce. Leave the chicken to marinade for as long as you can.

Prepare the vegetables

Step 3

PREPARE THE VEGETABLES

Slice the radish and sugar snap peas thinly. Cut the peeled carrot into very thin batons.

dressing and skewer!

Step 4

DRESSING AND SKEWER!

Mix the honey, soy sauce and mirin in a small bowl, then add the veggies. Skewer the chicken strips, dividing them equally between the skewers.

Cook the chicken

Step 5

COOK THE CHICKEN

Place the skewers under the grill and cook them for 4-5 minutes, turning regularly until well browned and almost cooked through.

finish & serve

Step 6

FINISH & SERVE

Sprinkle the skewers with sesame seeds immediately after taking out from under the grill. Serve the skewers with the salad! Serves 2

Comments

studentchow

What's this? A recipe on a Tuesday? Well. The good news is I'm aiming to make StudentChow my full time project now! More recipes each week, more blogs on Tumblr, and some other cool stuff coming soon (make sure you follow the blog on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter for more info). For now though, I was thinking about this one back when I was making the Steak sandwich. If Stir-Fry is a royal staple of a Student Diet, then Teriyaki has to be the best stir fry sauce. It can be made out of cheap store cupboard ingredients and goes with anything as a sweet, salty, sour (and relatively clean) choice.

ewikm94

Stir fried chicken breast with soy sauce, ginger syrup, sesame and lime

chocolateforlife

The chicken is very very good. Unfortunately I didn't have any skewers so I fried the chicken in a pan. I combined the chicken from this recipe with the rice from the "chicken teriyaki" recipe. I added some leek and fresh chili. Gives you a great meal and a satisfied family ;)

hungryandnerdy

Apparently my teriyaki sauce is much thinner than the one they used, so I have a dipping bowl of it on the side. Also I used zucchini instead of peas because...I had a zucchini and no peas

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