All Reviews for Teriyaki Chicken
This Teriyaki Chicken Casserole is one you’ll love and even the kiddos too.
I think casseroles get a bad rap, and I can totally see why. Especially when they’re packed with a bunch of processed ingredients and cream-of-whatever soups everyone loves to hate. (I use them but not all the time.) For me though, I adore a good casserole. As a main or side dish. They’re comforting, yummy and usually pretty darn easy to whip up. I love that.
This one happens to be full of ingredients that are good for you and it is so delicious! When I made it for dinner the other week it hit a home run with my family. When my quiet hubby raves about a meal while we’re eating- I know it’s a winner. This will make an appearance often in the dinner rotation. 🙂

Omg!!! This recipe is definitely a keeper!! I’m a very picky eater but I loved this recipe! It reminds me a lot of the teriyaki sauce at Wingstop! The only thing i did was ease up just a little on the soy sauce to avoid it being too salty and added about 2teaspoons of pineapple juice and layed a fresh pineapple on top of my chicken breast. Happy eating!!

This recipe was super delicious. I used 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts (there was PLENTY of marinade) used brown sugar instead of white and grated about a 3 inch by 1 inch piece of fresh ginger root (the ginger is the key to this recipe) plus I added a teaspoon or so of lemon juice (the bottled juice). I found the recipe shortly before dinner time so I had JUST 3 hours to marinade it and that timing was absolutely fine. I cooked the chicken at 350 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes basting 2 or 3 times during baking. Make sure that you pour the marinade in the cooking dish along with the chicken…if people experience lack of flavor it may be because they just took the chicken out of the marinade and placed it in the dish. My husband children and I absolutely enjoyed this dish. It was reminiscent of the chicken with ginger sauce from the local japanese restaurant. This recipe is a definite keeper in our household. Thanks so much for the recipe!

Yield: 8 (1 & 1/4 cup) servings
¾ cup low sodium soy sauce
½ cup water
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
1 tablespoon honey
¾ teaspoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon olive oil
½ teaspoon minced garlic
2 tablespoons corn starch
2 tablespoons water
1 ½ lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts
32 oz frozen mixed vegetables (look for the un-sauced stir fry or Asian varieties)
1 cup drained canned pineapple tidbits or chunks (packed in juice or with no added sugar)
3 cups cooked brown rice
Pre-heat the oven to 350.
Combine the soy sauce, the ½ cup water, the brown sugar, honey, ginger, olive oil and garlic in a small saucepan and cover. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Remove lid and cook for one minute once boiling.
While waiting for the sauce to come to a boil, stir together the corn starch and 2 tablespoons of water in a separate dish until smooth to form a slurry. Once the sauce is boiling, add the slurry to the saucepan and stir in to combine. Cook for another minute until the sauce starts to thicken and then remove from heat.
Lay the raw chicken breasts flat in a 9×13 casserole dish and pour about a cup of the sauce over top of the chicken. Place the chicken in the oven and cook for 30-35 minutes until breasts are cooked through*. Remove the dish from the oven and shred the chicken right in the dish using two forks.
*While the chicken is cooking, steam or cook your frozen vegetables according to package directions.
When the chicken is shredded and the vegetables are cooked, add the vegetables, pineapple and rice to the casserole dish with the chicken. Add most of the remaining sauce, reserving a bit to drizzle over the top when finished. Stir everything together in the casserole dish until well combined. Return the dish to the oven and cook for 15 minutes. Remove from the oven, drizzle with the remaining sauce and serve.
Nutrition Information:
321 calories, 43 g carbs, 18 g sugar, 3 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 26 g protein, 4 g fiber