Japanese take out anyone??

So this is a late post of what we had for dinner last night. In our town we have this amazing place called Shotos. However, I am trying to pull my family into eating at home more than eating out. Not only is it healthier, its also cheaper.

What you will need:

Instant rice (I use the boil in bag because I suck at making rice)

1 lb chicken cut into cubes or small pieces

Teriyaki sauce

About 4 tbs Butter (not pictured cause I forgot)

Carrots (I used two bags because I end up feeding a lot of people)

1 cup brown sugar

Aluminum baking pans (I got mine from Sam’s. I got 36 for about 9 dollars. Score!)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F

Cut your chicken. I always use boneless chicken breast tenders. I usually go to the meat market every two months and buy big packs which I section off into what I need. End up being a little over a pound per bag. I got enough meat to cook for two months for $206 thats really not bad.

Once you have cut your chicken, place it into the baking pan. Here you can season it if you like. I usually do salt and pepper for this dish. Now you need to put teriyaki sauce on the chicken. Mix it in good.

Next I added the rice and just enough water to cover it. About 1 and a half cups. Cover with tin foil and place in the oven. This will cook between 45 to 60 mins.

Next put your carrots into a seperate baking dish. Add the butter and brown sugar. Then put about 1/2 cup of water. Cover with tin foil and place in the oven. This will cook for about 30 to 45 minutes.

I forgot to take an after shot of what it all looked like because it didn’t stay very long. There was no left overs.

We also put this sauce on it call Yum Yum sauce. It is quite amazing. If you can find it in your local store, I suggest buying it.

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