Chicken Teriyaki Rice with A Rice Cooker

chicken teriyaki rice
Just one more reason to love your rice cooker. Tender juicy Chicken Teriyaki over fluffy rice 😀


Teriyaki Sauce Ingredients:
– 1 cup of water
– 1/4 cup of soy sauce
– 2 smashed garlic cloves
– 1/2 tsp of grated ginger
– 2 Tbsp. of honey
– Cornstarch slurry (2 Tbsp. of water + 1 Tbsp. of cornstarch)

Chicken Marinade Ingredients:
– 2 boneless/skinless chicken thighs, sliced
– 2 Tbsp. of oil
– 1 Tbsp. of soy sauce
– 1 Tbsp. of mirin
– 1 Tbsp. of sake
– 1 Tbsp. of honey
– 1/2 Tbsp. of ginger

Additional Ingredients:
– 1 cup of rice
– 1 1/4 cup of water
– Chopped scallions and sesame seeds for garnish

Bring teriyaki sauce ingredients to a boil. Stir in cornstarch slurry until the sauce has thickened. Set aside and keep warm.
Marinate the chicken for 20 minutes.

Put the rice and water into the rice cooker. Place the marinated chicken on top of the rice. Cook for 30-45 minutes. Or if your rice cooker has settings, set to the white rice option.

Garnish with chopped scallions and a sprinkle of sesame seeds.

Note: All rice cookers are different, adjust time accordingly.

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We were not expecting what we received. This cookware far exceeded our expectations for the price. It is fairly lightweight but thick enough on the bottoms to disperse the heat property. We gave away our very expensive cookware because this is better.
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The long handles reflect the price of this set but they are sturdy. Two, the frying pan could be larger. Neither of these are show stoppers. This cookware heats very evenly and works very well with induction cookers. The set arrived to my home in perfect condition; No dents, rust or cracked glass. Six pots are a lot of pots for one induction cooker but it works well on gas and electric stove tops as well. Maybe I should have given this set 4 and 1/2.

I read a lot of reviews before I bought this set and decided to go ahead with my order. I really like them a lot. I bought the utensils also and like them. I would suggest that you get Bartenders cleaner as it cleans and polishes also. This got rid of the water spots and the pans shine and look like new. Follow all the instructions that come with these pans and you can not go wrong.

They give directions on how to wash them before the first use so they don’t get the “purple tint” in the bottom during the first use. I have been using them for a month now and they are still as beautiful as when I opened the package!! The only thing I wish was different is the handles, I have pretty large hands and the handles are just a little to small. If you have normal size hands then you will have no problems. Fantastic product I will definitely continue to buy from this company

Very high quality considering how reasonable the price was. I bought these to use on my induction stovetop cooker, because strangely enough, my beloved Revere Ware is not magnetic! So I got this little set of pots and pans, and they work perfectly on an induction stovetop. The handles are well secured, the lids are very high quality. This is a surprising buy for the price.

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After I had scrubbed away most of the grime, I had to give an initial whitewash. This was an integral portion of painting the kitchen. If the first few coats of white were not given, I may have as well given up on painting the kitchen. So after the whitewash had dried, I chose an exotic red and blue combination to paint the kitchen with. Red and blue are colors that stimulate the taste buds, and what better color than that to go with, for painting the kitchen?

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Quality Cookware Set – Not for Beginners

This was my first purchase of a quality cookware set and I couldn’t be happier! I have used every piece and love the even cook surface, the solid stainless steel weight and look, the ease of cleaning, which was a surprise being not nonstick. The surface cleans easily after wetting down for a few minutes or soaking if really gunked up with food. If using certain ingredients, like acids, see manual, there will leave a discoloration on cooking surface. It’s like a purplish hue, looks fine, overall it’s really a gorgeous cook set. Whether its hand washed or cleaned in dishwasher, it looks great after. I highly recommend this 12 piece set for the complete cook set and the steaming pan, that I didn’t know I missed. Lids for all pans too. I can’t say enough. Very pleased the the cookware the lids fit well and the handles don’t get hot, the frying pans do a good job on most everything but eggs and that is to be expected, the pots have a good selection of sizes.
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Heat conduction is amazing in this set. The directions tell you not to use these pans on high heat. The directions are right! I haven’t needed anything more than medium-high heat for anything, even boiling a huge pot of water. Most times, medium heat suffices to sautee or even sear meat. My only regret is that I didn’t purchase this set sooner.

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One caveat: I wouldn’t use this as a starter set for someone who has no cooking experience. The set has been mostly forgiving, but I will teach my kids (and my husband) to cook on non-stick before I allow them to use this set. Barkeeper’s Friend is the best way to clean this set and keep it looking (mostly) brand new. As most of my life I had cooked on non-stick (Farberware professional Silverstone) pans, I was concerned about food sticking. I did my research (many good sites out there) and am glad to say – except for eggs, its just not a problem. I follow the rule to heat the pan some first before adding my oil, etc, don’t worry about initial food sticking – it really DOES unstick mostly after it cooks a bit more… and have grown to enjoy making gravy and sauces with the little bits on the bottom. The pans do clean up perfectly with soap and a light-duty scrubbie – though you can save almost all your labor by letting some water sit in them for a few minutes, and everything comes off (I use a Lunatec dishtowel, also from Amazon). If you need extra help in special cases, either a baking soda paste or bartenders friend works fine.

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