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Ingredients 2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cubed 1 cup teriyaki sauce 2 teaspoons oil ½ cup onion, diced 1 tablespoon garlic, minced ½ cup carrot, diced 1 cup broccoli floret 3 eggs, beaten 3 cups brown rice. Return the egg and chicken to the pan, then add the rice along with Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki Sauce (1/4 cup). Stir until everything is evenly coated and heated through.

Step 13 Divide the Teriyaki Chicken Fried Rice between two bowls, garnish with. Teriyaki Chicken Fried Rice is similar to Chicken Fried Rice, only it uses Teriyaki sauce instead of soy sauce. This 20-minute Asian recipe is made with cooked rice, vegetables, and shredded chicken.

It satisfies the biggest cravings for sweet and savory Asian cuisine!Add rice, peas, corn, and remaining teriyaki sauce cook and toss for a few minutes. Add chicken and pineapple plus a little olive oil to the bottom of the pan to lightly fry the rice.

Let the mixture sit for a few minutes, flip, and repeat until you reach desired. For the nights you want to serve a classic favorite, but want to play things up, serve this teriyaki chicken fried rice dome. It’s basically a deconstructed fried rice dish prepared using a bundt cake pan. Just make sure to serve it on a wide platter, so the rice has room to fall apart once you start cutting slices of it. In a medium skillet over medium heat, heat olive oil.

Season chicken with salt and pepper on both sides, then add to skillet, and cook until golden and no longer pink, 8 minutes per side. This chicken fried rice has moist and tender chicken with flavorful peas and carrots and long rice cooked together. Make this unique and your own with. In a large skillet, saute onion in butter until tender. Stir in the rice, teriyaki sauce, parsley, garlic powder and pepper.

Cook over medium-low heat for 5 minute. Ingredients. 1 lb. chicken breasts.

1 cup rice. 2 Tbsp. olive oil. 1 large egg. 2 scallions.

1½ cups frozen mixed vegetables (peas, carrots, corn and green beans). Place chicken in a saucepan. Pour over 1/3 of the Wattie’s WOK Creations Teriyaki Stir Fry Sauce and add 1/3 cup water.

Bring to the boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Turn the heat off and leave the chicken in the saucepan while preparing the fried rice.

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In a small bowl, make the sauce by whisking together the soy sauce, rice vinegar, honey, sugar, chili sauce, chicken broth, and 2 teaspoons of cornstarch.

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Stir in the remaining 1 teaspoon oil, the chicken, green onions, cilantro, soy sauce, rice vinegar, hoisin sauce, and chili paste.

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Spread 1 cup of raw rice over the mixture, pour in 2 cups of strained chicken broth, and season with salt and pepper.

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Add 1/2 cup water, 2 tablespoons soy sauce, 2 tablespoons seasoned rice vinegar, and 1 tablespoon grated, peeled fresh ginger.

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Stir in the rice, vegetables, 1 teaspoon Sriracha, and remaining 1 tablespoon soy sauce.

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  • I made this recipe today. It came out perfect, so delicious. I didn’t have dark soy sauce so I used Hoisin Sauce as a substitute. Thanks for the recipe ������

  • Few questions for this recipe:

    Can you use the 2 ingredient recipe for the chicken sauce (soy sauce, brown sugar)

    If not, what if you don’t have mirin?

    What’s a good substitute for chicken thigh?

    Is there a good substitute for sesame oil?

    Do we need garlic and ginger?

    To summarise, is the 3 ingredient teriyaki chicken recipe good to use with the recipe for this rice?

  • Aguy dakong silot nako Bing imong GI upload nagpares lang mong 2 ni Joyce into Kong paibogon aguy kalami naman sa manok ug sa fried rice…..omg kagutom mapatay tika dihas California kalami oi

  • I only have regular soy sauce.:( Is low-sodium soy sauce absolutely necessary? Or is there another way to do it with regular soy sauce?

  • The BEST Fried Rice you should try =
    10) Kimchi
    9) Bolognese
    8) Schezwan
    7) Ladna
    6) Paprik
    5) Tom Yam
    4) Seafood
    3) Omurice
    2) Kampung
    1) Cantonese

  • you know these videos are just repeating and ennd then taking the same food and making it in a new shape, I used to like these videos

  • Why just why? What’s wrong with plain fried rice with teriyaki chicken on the side. No you guys have to be extra and make a Bundt cake.

  • Just tried this recipe and substituted with brown rice and added a splash of sesame oil. Came out delicious! Thanks for the recipe! ����

  • Just finished doing it. OH MY GOD! It was so delicious, just like what I have at asian restaurant in town (only by doing it myself I got larger portion for 1/3 the price students dream). Thank you 100x.

  • In my country, to make fried rice all you need is…
    Left over rice
    Eggs (optional)

    This is the most common way but since of how fast our economy has been growing more and more people tend to afford more expensive and fancy ingredients.

  • I had to change a few things up. I had to used canned mixed vegetables and didn’t have brocolli and it was still good so I know it would be good if I would have had the right ingredients.

  • We’re Mexican and I was thrilled when my sister started cooking bacon fried rice. Don’t even know how she got the recipe because she doesn’t speak English nor does she know how to use computers.

  • Best chicken fried rice recipe on Youtube. So aromatic, the flavors are amazing. I didn’t use “overnight” rice, I just made it early, spread it on a baking pan and let it evaporate for like 30min. I used veggies from a can but regretted it as they got mushy. Making it again with frozen veggies, aside from that, this was GLORIOUS.


  • Chinese and asians have a taste for bats, and i saw on video dogs, cats and rodents are a delicacy in these asian countries. I won’t eat this.

  • GREAT recipe, tasty, easy and QUICK BRAVO lady! Perfect, easy to understand video PLUS the written recipe in your description, thank you so much for taking the time to do that Myself and I’m sure many other people really appreciate it.
    Too many cooking channels do not provide a written recipe to accompany the video or they cheekily make you click on a link which takes you to their website. That’s a cheap trick!

  • pretty cool..i guess its more of a veg pulao n fried rice combo with fried chicken…wudnt the rice turn soggy with that raw egg in there

  • Dear Tasty producers I LOVE your videos………But that is not the way to make chicken fried rice…You don’t add broccoli instead you add cauliflower.Happy to help.��

  • Don’t use sesame oil to fry stuff, you won’t get any flavor and it’s just not a good oil to use like that.

    It’s supposed to go in when it’s finished.

  • Funny I just watched an inside edition video of an elderly girl getting seriously ill from a syndrome called fried rice syndrome. Its when you let the rice cool for too long which leads to a buildup of bacteria.

  • If anyone with kiddos decide to try Chicken teriyaki fried rice keep in mind 1 cup teriyaki sauce for marinating and than 2 tbsp soy sauce will be a super salty at the end. Maybe it depends from sauce, i used Kikkoman brand and followed exactly recipe. Result came up okay, but very very salty would not recommend to any child to eat. Would not cook it again either. Anyway thank you for recipe, my opinion is personal.

  • A important tip that this video doesn’t say is that the steam rice should be at least cook 12 hrs before you planning to make any of this dishes otherwise the rice will become a mash potato mess ����

  • I’m Asian and I do like mix some ingredients to my fried rice.
    The recipe here seems fine to me, it’s just…. new…. modified…. little bit odd…. maybe just….
    Ok, it’s weird for broccoli to be there, AND WHAT THE— who put pineapple and rice together?

  • 2 lb of chicken tights, is the weight of the bones included, ‘cus’ i want to try this with chicken breast, since it’s much easier to cut:D

  • pineapples IN rice??..
    mixed in a side dish yeah.
    but in the fried rice itself… weird.
    is this how italians feel with pineapple pizza?

  • Best of Fried Rice Recipe =
    10) Kimchi
    9) Bolognese
    8) Schezwan
    7) Ladna
    6) Paprik
    5) Tom Yam
    4) Seafood
    3) Omurice
    2) Cantonese
    1) Kampung

  • When I fist saw it I know this is perfect for me because I do not know how to cook(except ramen,rice and fried eggs) and I like eating rice so this kind of recipe will improve my cooking skills a lot.

  • Okay! So I haven’t even watched the video yet but the rice looked so yummy, but it looked so good in the pic.! Good job reeling me in! haha!

  • Been making my own Chinese food for years, tonight sweet and sour chicken with shrimp fried rice, I normally have white rice, but I want fried rice

  • As an Asian, you cannot say that it is a fried rice if you just tossed the rice! You need to press and press the rice, make love with the rice using the spatula.

  • I’ve literally got the full recipes for our normal take away and I have all of the indigence for the sauce. thanks to youtubers like you with straight forward easy methods I can make home made chinese take away and It tastes great! To be fair I haven’t tried the chow mein yet and I will be making that tonight! Hope it goes well!

  • I have a serious question for you.. hope you will answer… you used a lot of oil in the recipe… but how come you people don’t get fat at all around your belly even though you eat fried rice shrimp beef everything more often… please share what you eat or drink along with this loaded fried rice.. like the soy sauce makes up the fats too fast because of heavy sodium in it.. so what else you do or drink to balance it…

  • Umm hello guys, I don’t know if I should even be writing this, but I wanted to share my version of fried rice. Similar to hers, just a little tweaks

    I marinate the chicken with salt, pepper, red chilli powder, minced garlic and lil bit of soya sauce.
    I then get it stir fried till the chicken becomes golden color

    In the veggies, I add a pinch of salt and pepper ( so that the veggies don’t taste bland)

    In the end after mixing up the rice veggies chicken, I put in a bit of coriander powder too.

    Hope it helps someone, trust me it becomes delicious

  • Next: “Your Kids will hate this 5 fried chicken ideas (so you can trick them into thinking you’re eating all because they were being wasteful)”

  • Delicious ��
    I make it like that but I fry the egg in the rice stir fast to coat all the rice then add the rest ������also mushrooms in it. Because I love Mushrooms ��

  • Recipe right from the source, China! �� what’s everybody else doing making fried rice. I’ve seen in Mexican, American, Italian and other food channels fried rice. Nothing wrong with that but hands down, Asian know how to make fried rice

  • Okay so let me just tell you one thing video producers (takes deep breath), NO ONE LIKES PINEAPPLE IN SAVORY FOODS AND ESPECIALLY NOT IN FRIED RICE!!!!!!!!! (another deep breath). So are we clear? Good.

  • I understand everyone has preferences for what they put in their fried rice but if you put peas and or carrots in my fried rice I’m gnna throw it away just my opinion. Sorry not sorry

  • Thank you for the English subtitle.
    But I think the video title should also need English translation too so the video is easier to search.
    Of course, the Japanese writing and speaking still need to be included too.