Simple and Easy Honey Teriyaki Chicken

Here’s my easy and simple version of Honey Teriyaki Chicken. My family really enjoyed this meal, so I hope that it’s pleasing to you as well! Let’s get started…..

Here are the ingredients that I used to complete this meal. I’m really not brand specific, but I like using the Kikkoman sauces whenever I’m making a  Asian inspired meal.

My ingredients for this dish are as followed:

1 cup of Whole Wheat Flour, Adobe Seasoning, 3 Tablespoons of Canola Oil, Pure Honey, 1/2 cup Soy Sauce, 1/2 cup of Teriyaki Sauce, and 1 Egg

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You can begin with chicken that is already thawed or simply cook frozen chicken on the lowest setting until all of the frost is gone. I like to use tenderloin because it’s well….tender! Feel free to use chicken breast, but be prepared to cut it into smaller pieces.

Thawed Chicken

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 SEASON YOUR CHICKEN.

Now that you have all of your ingredients, you want to start by lightly seasoning your chicken. I love all types of spices, but for this fast meal I used Adobe. Adobe has many spices such as paprika, cumin, and garlic salt already incorporated into it, so it’s an easy one stop shop for delicious seasoning.

NOW YOU WILL FLOUR, DIP, AND BROWN YOUR CHICKEN. WATCH THE STEPS HERE!

NOW FOR THE SAUCE….

Add your Soy and Teriyaki Sauce to a bowl and mix well. Pour the sauce into a sauce pan on low-medium heat. Drench your chicken in honey, stir, and add even more honey. Add your honey covered chicken into the warm soy and teriyaki sauce. Cover with a lid and finish cooking for 5-7 minutes. Uncover and simmer for 3 minutes. The sauce will thicken as it settles into the chicken.

WATCH AN EXAMPLE HERE!

Now to complete my meal for my family, I added brown rice and sweet peas. Add what you like and enjoy!

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