Crock Pot Chicken Teriyaki Recipe


Crock Pot Chicken Teriyaki Recipe

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You can probably find ready made Chicken Teriyaki at your local store. Maybe you were buying it too, something convenient to eat at home right? Well, if you were checking the ingredients on the label, there are a lot of “alien” names out there. So why not take care of yourself more by preparing your own, homemade and super nutritious Chicken Teriyaki at home? Make sure to serve it with white rice, the sticky sauce goes hand-in-hand with it.

Category: Crock Pot, Poultry

13 thoughts on “Crock Pot Chicken Teriyaki Recipe

  1. Briane on said:

    Im just trying to figure out what i did wrong. This morning i combined the chicken, chicken broth, teryaki, brown sugar and garlic. Put it on low heat for 6 hours. But when i got home, the chicken had all combined in the middle of my crockpot… Im not sure what happened…

  2. Heather on said:

    Even doing what they said with the cornstarch, the sauce was super runny and didn’t thicken. Tasted really good though!

  3. Made this for the second time tonight. To thicken the sauce, I used 3 T. cornstarch and 1/3 c. water – consistency was much better. We love this dish! Thanks for the recipe! :)

  4. You pull the chicken out, or use a baster to pull out the juices. We just dumped the juices in a smaller sauce pan, made the gravy, & I used more corn starch, made it, fixed plates, then put gravy on it

  5. Dee Ann on said:

    Hi! I plan on making this next week. In the photo, I believe I see sesame seeds. Does anyone use sesame seeds? If so, when are they added and are they roasted? Thanks!

  6. Catherine on said:

    Dee Ann, you can buy sesame seeds that are already roasted. I get mine at an asian market, but they might have them at your regular grocery store as well. They are a garnish that you just sprinkle on top of the plate.

  7. I made this last night and it looked nothing like your picture. It was a light brown color.Like the top comment my chicken clumped together in the middle of the crockpot? My husband said it tasted good..just looked nasty. I am not sure what I did wrong. Any feed back would be greatly appreciated.

  8. Becky Boyd on said:

    I made this today and it had a great flavor. I went by the directions posted, but after about 5 hours I transferred the chicken to a wok and added green peppers and onions. After the chicken browned and the peppers and onions softened, I added the sauce from the crock pot and then thickened it with the directed amount of corn starch and water. I served on top of rice and we enjoyed it.

  9. I made this today. I went by the directions posted and it came out great! Had to add a little bit more cornstarch. Served it over jasmine rice and on the side had steamed broccoli. Yumm….the whole family loved it.

  10. karissa on said:

    I have perfected this I didn’t do it the crock pot way Caz mine broke but I used cream of chicken instead of chicken broth witch fixes the runny part I just cooked the chicken and made the sauce separate then pored it into the chicken to heat it up made rice separate as well then pored the chicken and sauce over the rice :) and the reason behind the color of the sauce is the meal pictured used the teriyaki marinade and you can buy it pre made at any store where they sell condiments such as ranch mayo it’s usually by the a1 steak sauces and they just sprinkled the sesame seeds over the top :) hope this helps everyone

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