This week, at Around the Web, we bring you four awesome No “Yaki” Teriyaki Chicken recipes to bet your life on. Ranging from quick to slow cooked, the main characteristics are obvious, they’re very easy to make and taste delicious.
How to Make Teriyaki Chicken by I Am a Food Blog
Yes, I know we keep mentioning I Am a Food Blog, but that’s because they do an awesome job. Check out this amazing chicken teriyaki. Well not really teriyaki, as the author points out, but do you still care? Crispy chicken skin, moist chicken and shiny teriyaki sauce is all you want out of a great recipe. Again, awesome photography of simple products and a very easy recipe! Just cook the chicken thighs skin side down for crisp, carve and cover it with glossy sauce. Add crunchy greens and fluffy rice. That’s all you need to impress!
Teriyaki Chicken Recipe by No Recipes
No Recipes is up with another teriyaki chicken that is more “teri” then “yaki”. Teri meaning shiny and yaki meaning grilled. But you already knew that, right? I refer to these terms as the chicken is not grilled but pan-fried. I know you guys will miss that smoky taste but hei, It’s quick and easy. Now, about the “yaki” part. No Recipes is not using cornstarch to thicken it’s sauce thus achieving a natural caramelization. Trust me, it will really shine!
Easy 20 Minute Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli by Table for Two Blog
Do you have a craving for delicious, glossy chicken teriyaki? But your in a hurry and you think of getting a sandwich. Stop! Table for Two is here to teach you some time management. Say never again to sandwiches and fast food. It only takes 20 minutes to make this simple, mouth watering dish, so get started! Mix the sauce ingredients in a bowl and blanch the broccoli. Now just brown the chicken and bring everything together. Yep, it’s that simple.
Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken by Gimme Some Oven
Gimme Some Oven is basing this recipe on three of your favorite words: slow cooker chicken. If some of the previous Chicken Teriyaki recipes we’ve presented were quick, this one is slow, slow cooked that is. In fact, it is so slow that the chicken will basically fall apart using just two forks. Well, the slow cooker does most of the work here. You’re only left with making a delicious, sweet and savory teriyaki goodness and pour it over.