Garlic Ginger Teriyaki Chicken


Ginger, which is thought to be derived from the Sanskrit word “srngaveram”, means horn shaped. This aromatic root delivers a pungent yet mildly spicy zing that makes our Garlic Ginger Teriyaki Chicken burst with flavor.


Serve over white rice, with grains such as wheat berries or couscous, and a side of steamed or stir-fried vegetables

Alternate Serving Suggestions:

In a chinese chicken salad, hawaiian bread slider, as a topping on flat bread or pizza, or in lettuce cups.


Lettuce Cups
Cook chicken according to package directions and chop into bite sized pieces.
Line lettuce cups with a little white rice (optional) and top with grated carrots, bean sprouts, celery slices, and sesame seeds.