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Thanks for the simple, flavorful dish!
Wow, just realized that I have not reviewed this recipe! I've made it a few times and my whole family loves it. I do leave out the brown sugar, because the teriyaki is pretty sweet without it. I think I used the broth, but don't remember for sure. I've actually told other people about this recipe and how good it is - I think I've actually emailed it to one of my friends. Thanks for posting!
This was delicious! I would recommend NOT using the salt if you are using broth however... After all was cooked I decided to make this more of a mian dish and stirred in some leftover veg (broccoli, carrot, cauliflower) and a few frozen pea pods, and some chopped grilled chicken thighs. This makes a great deal. # adults ate VERY well, and I still ahd enough left for another meal. GREAT way to stretch the budget with leftovers if you need to. I will definitely make this again.
My whole family LOVED this rice! It is a wonderful side dish ! I added a tbsp. of soy sauce and it really made it pop. A must try!!! I will definately cook again and often! Thank You!!!
Made this with grilled teriyaki chicken breasts for husband's lunch. It was easy, but overall we thought the flavor was actually pretty bland and too salty. I just used water though and didn't have any fresh parsley on hand. If I make this again, I will be sure to try it with the beef broth and will leave out the salt. Thanks!
I too did lower the amount of b.sugar, but felt afterwards, it probably would have been fine either way! Thanks!
While tasty, this rice was a little too sweet for us. Next time, I will reduce the amount of brown sugar.
Yum!!!! This was very easy to make. I halved the recipe and added chopped mushrooms and broccoli to the boiling water (about a cup each). This may have upped the cooking time; it took about 40 minutes for the rice to cook. Thanks for a great recipe!