Chicken a la teriyaki

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

10 Responses

  1. ing says:

    this is nice. i’m also preparing baon for my husband since my son is having their summer vacation now til august. i want to try this one of this days but just couldn’t find sake and mirin here… so sad.

  2. leng says:

    hi ing! i usually subsititute mirin with sherry and a bit of sugar :) you could also check this site:

    good luck!

  3. liz lopez says:

    Hi! I am usually a lurker but i cannot help to comment that your website helped me in my cooking.My family always gives a thumbs up whenever i make a dish that came from your recipes. My only dilemma and question to you is how do you prepare your baons ,do you make them ahead of time and store them in your freezer or do you cook everyday? You see iam a working mom and sometimes iam so tired to cook at night? Can you share some tips on how you plan your meals? Coming from you would be highly appreciated. Kudos to you!!

    • Connie says:

      Most of the time, I cook in the morning. But if we had stew (or something that reheats well) for dinner the previous night, I often set aside enough for the next day’s baon. :)

  4. u8mypinkcookies says:

    your kid’s so lucky! always has yummy baon :D

  5. Jacque says:

    Hi ms. connie, just wondering how much sake and mirin should i add to the recipe?

  6. Julius S says:

    I have the bad habit of preparing my lunch/baon at 5:50 AM when me and my kids have to be out of the house and on the road by 6:50 AM. That’s just an hour of food preparation not to mention i have to make take-out breakfast too.

    Anywho, I made this Chicken a la teriyaki one weekday. Assuming I had a defrosted chicken thigh, I can prepare it in 30 – 40 minutes.
    Its a nice break from the dry baked chicken + rice + catchup baon I always have.

    Thanks Connie. ;-)

  7. thecluelesscook says:

    sounds easy. will try this for my year old’s baon/ thanks