Hibachi at Home; Chicken & Broccoli. I kept it simple and just used sweet onions and zucchini in this recipe. But, I have used broccoli, carrots, and mushrooms as well. Customize your Hibachi dinner to you and your family's taste.
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Ingredients of Hibachi at Home; Chicken & Broccoli
- It’s 1 lb of sliced chicken breasts.
- It’s 2 cups of broccoli.
- It’s 3 tbsp of soy sauce.
- It’s 2 tbsp of hoison sauce.
- It’s 1 tbsp of sesame oil.
- It’s 3 of chopped garlic cloves.
- Prepare of Spray bottle of chicken stock to spritz to hydrate on griddle.
- It’s of Optional.
- It’s 1/2 cup of julienned carrots, onions, cabbage.
- Prepare of Rice.
- It’s 2 cups of uncooked white rice.
- It’s 4 cups of chicken broth.
- You need 1 tsp of toasted sesame seeds.
- It’s 1/4 cup of soy sauce.
- You need to taste of SnP.
When hot, add the chicken or beef, laying out into a flat layer. Hibachi Rice: Heat oils in a wok or skillet. Add the egg and lightly scramble it. Once the egg is nearly cooked, add the cold rice, butter, and soy sauce.
Hibachi at Home; Chicken & Broccoli step by step
- Gather all ingrediens and start making rice..
- Heat griddle/wok on medium high. Add sesame oil, garlic and stir for 3-4minutes..
- Add chicken. Stir for 5-6 minutes. Remove from heat..
- Add broccoli (veggies)and stir for 4-5 minutes..
- Add chicken to vegetable mixture add hoison and soy sauce. Stir for 3 minutes.
- Serve with rice and potstickers for a full experience. ENJOY friends!.
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