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Chicken Teppanyaki

Quick and easy chicken teppanyaki stir-fry is a great way to eat more veg. Sauces from a jar has some advantages; like if you seriously can't be bothered.

But making your own stir-fry sauce is so quick, plus you can easily change it up to make an endless number of variations to suit your taste.

Chicken Teppanyaki

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Chicken Stir-fry Recipe

Teppanyaki Sauce

I based my sauce on teppanyaki dipping sauce and we're now addicted! This has to be the easiest meal ever.

Next time you cook some rice cook more than you need to be sure you have leftovers.

What is a Teppanyaki Grill?

Teppanyaki is a modern style of Japanese cuisine based around an open cooktop, where the food is cooked fast and right in front of the customers.

When we went to Cayo Coco (a seriously stunning island off of Cuba), we stayed at The Pullman Hotel and they had an excellent Japanese restaurant.

It was the first time we'd had teppanyaki and it was just the best. The whole experience is turned into quite a performance right there in front of you.

Sadly this is the only photo I can find and the reason the chef's hands are blurred is that they move so fast, adding rice and meat or chicken to the hot grill top; it was such a brilliant evening and the food was amazing.

The Pullman Hotel Cayo Coco Cuba

Storing Cooked Rice Safely to Avoid Food Poisoning

Of course, it's important to store cooked rice correctly to avoid food poisoning, but if you follow some simple rules, storing rice in the fridge for a day or two is perfectly fine.

This is such a simple recipe there really isn't a recipe as such; apart from the sauce of course.

Remember just because I added red pepper flakes to my sauce you don't have to.

If you're making a sauce for kids, I'd suggest adding a dollop of tomato ketchup and perhaps using a little less mirin and soy sauce.

Once you've experimented you'll find your very own go-to stir-fry sauce recipe.

Teppanyaki sauce

You don't have to add peanuts, I did because I had just a few left in a packet and so decided this was a good way to use them up as it adds a bit of crunch.

Chicken and Rice Stir-fry

You can add ketchup if you like but I'd probably only use 1 tablespoon of mirin because mirin is sweet.

Okay folks, on with the recipe!

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Chicken Teppanyaki Recipe

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