Teriyaki Chicken Casserole
Teriyaki Chicken Casserole may sound exotic and perhaps hard to make, but don’t be intimidated by this recipe. A casserole is one of the most forgiving meals you can put together. And this recipe makes it especially easy to create something unique and delicious for your family meal.
What’s really special about this dish is that you use ready to find ingredients from your local grocery store, but make the teriyaki sauce yourself from scratch. It takes several ingredients, but the only one you might not keep in your house all the time is sesame oil. Be sure to pick some up. You can buy it in small bottles since you only use a little bit of this very special oil when you prepare this meal. Keep it around, though. Once your family has tried this dish, you may find yourself making this dish a lot more often.
This particular recipe calls for fried rice. You can even make the rice a day ahead of time. Make lots because your family will wolf down the fried rice, and you want to be sure to have at least 3 cups when you make the Teriyaki Chicken Casserole the next day. Recipes where you can have a kind of two for one punch are really great for busy moms and busy lives. This recipe helps you do that. As well, you can pop leftovers in to individual servings that kids can quickly warm up and eat for snacks or on days where they’re in and off again. The Teriyaki Chicken Casserole provides a great balance of protein, fiber, and veggies.
This recipe is also a great way to get your family, especially those fussy kids, to try some new veggies. For this recipe, buy the oriental mix that you get in the freezer section. It contains things your kids have already tried, but also adds a few exotic veggies to encourage them to try something new. Why not try it today?
Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Oh, Sweet Basil, by following the link below.
Learn MORE / Get RECIPE at Oh, Sweet Basil
To help with slow website load, we have put all photos for this article here: View photo gallery.