"Chicken and a colorful combination of vegetables are quickly stir-fried and served over rice." — Campbell's Kitchen
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1 3/4 cups
Swanson® Chicken Broth (regular, Natural Goodness™ or Certified Organic)
low-sodium soy sauce
skinless, boneless chicken breast, cut into strips
garlic powder or crushed fresh garlic
hot cooked rice, cooked without salt
The recipie had no flavor so I made some alterations. 1 tsp garlic and ginger. 2 tbl soysauce and 3 tbl cornstarch. And for extra flavor 1 tbl honey. After the alterations it was sooo good. Will make again.
I accidentally used this recipe to make brown sauce instead of the teriyaki chicken recipe also by campbells. This is so bland even with extra spices added. I prefer the other recipe which is not at all a teriyaki. It uses 1 1/2 cups chicken broth, 3T brown sugar, 1/4c. low sodium soy sauce, 2T cornstarch and 3 cloves garlic (or use 1/2t powder). Mix all ingredients in cold broth and heat to boiling. Delicious!
Very good and delicious dinner! I used Mikee's Teriyaki Sauce instead of the soy sauce and the water and corn starch. I poured a little on and heated it through with the chicken and vegetables and seved it with rice.
I hate stir-fry...tried this for my family and LOVED it! Served over cooked chinese noodles instead of rice (highly suggest). Took many reviewer suggestions: 3tbs cornstarch, whole can broth, extra soy, extra fresh garlic, extra ginger. Also added splash of terriyaki. Our veggies: fresh bean sprouts, fresh sugar snap peas, fresh red pepper, shredded carrots, fresh mushrooms. Cubed the chicken. Amazing. KID FRIENDLY!
I made this for me and my boyfriend and he really liked it. I took the suggestions and added an extra tablespoon of soy sauce. I also used more than 5 cups of vegetables - my mixture had two zuchini, two yellow squash, 1 medium onion, two green peppers and a box of mushrooms. This was an awesome combination.
I loved this recipe. I was looking for a quick recipe to make after work. I used fresh stir fry veggies and brown rice.
this was a good fast recipe. i used the whole can of broth and just added some more corn starch to it. i prefer my stir fry sauce to be thicker rather than runnier but you can adjust the corn starch according to your own preference. i also used a bag of frozen stir fry veggies for quickness....i also added honey and a little bit more teryaki sauce than called for since i wanted to get the sweetness of the chicken to come out...overall the recipe turned out good and i would definetly make again if i ever needed a quick meal.
A little bland as written but it is still a great basic to start with and the combinations of vegetables is endless. I used bell pepper, green beans, and zucchini from the garden and then added carrots, celery, and baby corn. Very versatile recipe that allows you to suit to your taste.
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