[CnD] CP Teriyaki Chicken

Teresa Mullen teresamullen07 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 06:43:04 EDT 2018



Teresa Sanchez sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 10, 2018, at 2:01
Hello sugar
If you wanted to do vegetables when should you add them?, I've had teriyaki chicken with vegetables before I've never made this so I would like to try this recipe, my boyfriend loves teriyaki chicken thanks for the recipe
> PM, Sugar via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
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> CP Teriyaki Chicken
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> Howdy, Slow-Cookerers!
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> One of our favorite Easy-Peasy dinners is Teriyaki Chicken. The first time I
> tried it, I made it after learning that my then-8-year-old wolfed down two
> platefuls at a school function.
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> This is what I wrote:
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> ~~~
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> Last night my husband took my eldest daughter to the Daddy Daughter Dance
> held in the school cafeteria. 
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> When my daughter burst through the front door pink-cheeked and out of
> breath, she yelled, "Mom! They had the best food ever!" 
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> I was instantly intrigued---what magical feast was served at this $30/pair
> event?
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> Teriyaki chicken and white rice.
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> Dude. That, I can make.
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> Teriyaki Chicken
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> serves 4
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> 2 pounds chicken pieces. I used frozen wings and drumettes, but you can use
> whatever body parts you have on hand.
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> --> if you have bottled teriyaki sauce, you are done. Just make it the lazy
> way--and use about 3/4 of a cup, and then 2 tablespoons water. <--
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> I wasn't lucky enough to be lazy, because we were out of bottled teriyaki,
> and I wasn't about to put off cooking "the best food ever."
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> I used this:
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> 1/2 cup soy sauce (La Choy is gluten free, and so is Tamari Wheat Free)
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> 3 table spoons brown sugar
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> 1 tablespoon cooking or regular sherry (I think tequila would work, too)
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> 3 cloves smashed and chopped garlic
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> The Directions.
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> --plop your chicken in the crockpot
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> --cover it up with the sauce
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> cook on low for 6-8 hours, or on high for 4-5. 
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> If you are using frozen pieces, it will take longer than if you are using
> thawed or fresh chicken. 
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> Different pieces of chicken also have different density, and that will also
> effect cooking time.
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> If you are going to be out of the house, cook on low. 
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> You can always switch it to high later.
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> The kids gobbled every last drumette and wing I made. They were like savage
> beasts. 
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> I've now made this a bunch of times, with different chicken parts. If you
> don't want to mess around with bones, I suggest using chicken thighs. 
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> Chicken breast just really doesn't have enough fat in it to hold up nicely
> in the slow cooker unless you decide to shred it completely.
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> enjoy!! Happy Slow Cooking!!
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> steph
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> 
> 'Forgiveness doesn't make the other person right, it makes you free.
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> People will forget what you said...
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> People will forget what you did....
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> But people will NEVER forget how you made them feel.'
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> Please consider in supporting me for a 2nd chance of life at:
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> https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey
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> -Hugs, Sugar
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