Monday, May 10, 2010

Asian Teriyaki Chicken & Noodles

Sometime we’ll have a pantry full of food but we’ll keep going grocery shopping because we think we can’t make any meals out of what we have. So the other day I was trying to get creative and make a meal with what I had in the pantry with out more grocery shopping & this is what I came up with. It has such a delicious flavor and is so quick - it’s for sure a hit!!

Serves: 2 people (per package of noodles you make)

What you need:
2-3 Chicken Breast cubed
Garlic Salt
Crushed Red Peppers
Black Pepper
KC Masterpiece - Honey Teriyaki Sauce (you can get at Walmart)
Asian Sides - Teriyaki Noodles - 1 package
2 Pineapple Slices

What to do:
*Cube chicken into bite size pieces - set aside

* Put 1 ½ cups of water into a pan to boil

* While the water is heating up to a boil, start cooking chicken in a skillet. Season to taste with black pepper, garlic salt & crushed red peppers. Once chicken is all white (not fully cooked yet) place some water into skillet and add Honey Teriyaki sauce. Make sure it’s enough to cove all the chicken in the water/teriyaki mixture. You want more teriyaki sauce then you do water - I just eyeball it.

*If the water is boiling in the other pan open the bag of Asian Sides - Teriyaki Noodles and place in boiling water. Set timer to 7 minutes and simmer noodles until cook so they are not hard. While the noodles are cooking the chicken is still cooking in the skillet in the water/teriyaki mixture.

*When there is 1 minutes left for the noodles drain the chicken and set aside on a plate. In the same skillet that you cooked the chicken in place your pineapple slices with some Honey Teriyaki sauce. Cook until they are heated .

*Once noodles are finished cooking stir in chicken and place pineapple slices on top.

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