I wasn't going to blog this recipe because it is way too easy to really BE a recipe, but I had a request....so here it goes. Keep in mind that this isn't really a recipe where I measure anything. I just sort of dump this, dump that and ta-da we have dinner! ha So feel free to adjust the measurements because they are only approximate.
I'll apologize in advance for the lack of step by step pictures....because like I said, I wasn't planning on blogging this one. So you just have a end product picture. Oh well.....it still looks and tastes good and that's what counts right??
Teriyaki Chicken Stir Fry
1 package of boneless skinless chicken breasts cut into cubes
1/3 C. Corn Starch
1 tsp. Garlic Powder
1/2 C. Cooking Oil
In a large zip lock bag: Mix together the cornstarch and garlic powder. Dump the chicken pieces into the bag and seal the bag. Shake until all of the chicken is evenly coated. Heat the oil in your wok. When the oil is hot dump about 1/2 of the chicken into the hot oil and cook until golden on the outside and no longer pink on the inside. Place the chicken on a plate lined with paper towels to drain off the excess oil. Repeat with the second batch of chicken pieces. Drain the oil out of the wok and continue on with the recipe.
2 Bags Broccoli Slaw (shredded broccoli, carrot, and red cabbage mixture)
4 tsp. Gluten Free Soy Sauce
1/4 C. Gluten Free Teriyaki Sauce
1/3 C. Diced Onion
In the wok, stir fry the broccoli slaw, onions, and sauces until they have wilted some, but still have a crunch to them.
3 C. Cooked Rice
Turn the heat very low or off and add in the cooked rice and the crispy chicken pieces. Toss to coat. Serve while hot.
Ta-Da! You have a quick and easy dinner!! Sometimes I just stir fry the chicken and don't coat and fry it. It is also good that way, and a little healthier without the frying in oil. I hope you enjoy this super simple recipe....it's what's for supper tonight at my house!
P.S. If you are still wondering about the broccoli slaw thing here is a little picture of a bag of it. It is usually found over with the bagged lettuce and snap peas and such.