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Old 04-27-2008, 02:20 PM
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Talking Great Recipie I know, off topic a bit, but I had to share

Teriyaki Chicken
3 chicken breasts
Soya Sauce
Teriyaki Sauce
Honey
Garlic
Garlic Powder
Horse Radish
Franks Red Hot
Ginger
Chunk Chicken breast to about 1/2" cubes, add to pan along with Soya, Teriyaki sauces, ginger, garlic powder, all to taste. When half cooked, add teaspoon of garlic, 2 teaspoons horse radish, and honey to taste. continue to simmer untill cooked. Serve on bed of rice.
Very Simple and quick to prepare.

I had to write this up for allrecipies.com so thats why it looks like this, but it is a great recipie I had to share. I just made it on a whim. Takes about a half hour to make, and its really easy
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Teriyaki Chicken
3 chicken breasts
Soya Sauce
Teriyaki Sauce
Honey
Garlic
Garlic Powder
Horse Radish
Franks Red Hot
Ginger
Chunk Chicken breast to about 1/2" cubes, add to pan along with Soya, Teriyaki sauces, ginger, garlic powder, all to taste. When half cooked, add teaspoon of garlic, 2 teaspoons horse radish, and honey to taste. continue to simmer untill cooked. Serve on bed of rice.
Very Simple and quick to prepare.

I had to write this up for allrecipies.com so thats why it looks like this, but it is a great recipie I had to share. I just made it on a whim. Takes about a half hour to make, and its really easy
Your should add that to our recipe thread. I made a post to bring the thread back up. If you would like, we could get your recipe merged into the other thread.
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Sure. I'll have a looksee if there are any in there I want to try also
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