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Monday, October 20, 2008

Quick Teriyaki Chicken

I am a die-hard fan of Teriyaki Chicken, I know no one can ever beat their (Chinese) taste and texture. I sometimes crave to have them and its always impossible to go to Chinese Rest, in my words Panda Express. So a quick do of Teriyaki at home sounds interesting though, at the same time its not very time consuming. Here goes my version, I promise you 2 things one its quick and two, the taste is good.


Chicken - 1 lb washed and cut into pieces
Tamarind - Lemon Size
Gingely Oil - 1 tbsp


Gingely Oil - 2 tbsps
Ginger - 1 inch minced
Garlic - few cloves minced
Brown Sugar - 1 tbsp
Molasses - 1 tbsp
Soy Sauce - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Chilli Flakes


White Sesame Seeds - 1 tbsp
Shallots few chopped


1. Wash and cut Chicken into desired size. Extract Tamarind pulp, mixing it with Water.
2. Mix all the ingredients for the sauce and mix thoroughly well.
3. Heat a pan add Oil and drop the Chicken pieces when the color changes to white or when they are cooked partially add the sauce.
4. Mix thoroughly well and let the Chicken blend and cook for 5-10 mins add Tamarind pulp and cook until the sauce reduces, remove from heat.
5. Garnish with Sesame Seeds and Shallots and serve hot.

Serve With: Pulav or Noodles or as starters


doggybloggy said...

is this from chinatown? looks really good!

bal said...

My fav too I dint know that it is this easy.

Jo said...

This looks yummy. I love teriyaki sauce as well and will dribble it over cold soft tofu with soya sauce, sesame oil and topped with fried shallots and finely sliced green onion.

Teja said...

Delicious looking Chicken Teriyaki I have never tried this this goes to my to-do list.

Srivalli said...

Nice picture and presentation!..looks good..

Alexa said...

This sounds better than any teriyaki chicken I have ever had. Your pictures make it very enticing.

Priya said...

Lovely clicks...delicious teriyaki fav too..

chou said...

My response on arriving here today: "oooooh! mmmmm." Yeah. Can't wait to go grab some tamarind pulp and get to work. Thanks!

Ramya Bala said...

Simply superb...Only on Saturday was munching in Panda Express and thought of findg out the Orange chichekn recipe..Anytg is fine..I luv Panda express and now ur recipe...V.nice picture

Valarmathi said...

Superb recipe. Have bookmarked this recipe. Surely will make a try soon.

Rupa said...

Lovely pics Ramya my Husband is crazy about Teriyaki I shall surprise him by making this.

Vahini said...

Sure this is everyones fav. I have never tried chinese at home thanks for trying and posting the recipe...

Divya Vikram said...

I just love panda express.I should definitely try this..looks like made by a pro..

sumi said...

Good one Ramya the pictures tell me that it should definitely have come out well.

raaji said...

so this means that it has a home-made teriyaki sauce....good and healthy one....

selvi said...

Wow I used to go and have food teriyaki outside and used to calculate the calories, now I guess bye bye to calories and welcome home made teriyaki :)

netra said...

Good job. nice pictures and seems easy and looks tasty too.

Grace said...

would you believe there isn't a single chinese takeout place in my town? ridiculous. this looks like a great substitute for the real thing. :)

Ramya said...

Please collect the award at my blog. U deserve it!


G.Pavani said...

its tempting me and looks yummy

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