Brad's Favorite Meat on a Stick

"My younger brother is a very picky eater. He does love the meat on the skewers at Chinese buffets. My mom created a much healthier version for him at home. It was also great when my father was on his low carb diet."
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  • Cut chicken breasts into thin strips about 1/4'' to 1/2'' wide.
  • combine all ingredients with enough teriyaki sauce to cover the chicken breasts and marinate overnight.
  • soak wooden skewers in water and run several strips onto each skewer.
  • preheat broiler.
  • cover roasting pan with foil and spray with non-stick cooking spray.
  • Broil skewers about 10 minutes per side, or until chicken is done.
  • serve with rice if desired.

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  1. Marie Nixon
    These are great! I read that the chicken on a stick at the chinese buffets use thigh meat so I bought boneless chicken thigh meat. Super easy to make and you could easily marinate more than 1 pound of chicken with this recipe. I marinated my chicken for about 6 hours. I'll probably use less creamy peanut butter next time. My other suggestion is to be sure to leave some space on the skewers between the chicken meat. This will help them to cook more evenly.
  2. Nkeek
    Yum, yum and yum
  3. Susang
    Followed the recipe exactly, very quick and easy to make and loved the flavor. DH couldn't get enough!
  4. tequillamwashington
    The recipe was great and easy to follow. I though the peanut butter was a little overpowering. Maybe it was just me, next time I will use less.
  5. kaec7628
    This is one the best chicken recipes we have tasted. I will be making this once a week and for company for sure. I am really looking forward to trying the sauce on pork strips. Thanks so much for sharing!!


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