Teriyaki Chicken Onigirazu: Let's Get Comfortable with Our Food Again
Growing up, Foster Farms chicken was always in our fridge. Mom would cook up chicken curry, grilled lemongrass chicken, chicken teriyaki and five spice chicken. These days, I'm inspired by these comforting memories to recreate a delicious meal.
Recently, Foster Farms introduced a new line of products called Simply Raised fresh chicken. This line is locally grown in California and the Pacific Northwest with no antibiotics ever. It’s fresh, all natural chicken that is American Humane Certified and fed a 100% vegetarian diet, without any added hormones or steroids.
With the new line of Foster Farms chicken, we are celebrating The New Comfort Food with the creation of simple and healthy new comfort food recipes. Foster Farms is helping us redefine what it means to “get comfortable with your food again” by cooking with healthy, local ingredients.
THE NEW COMFORT FOOD IS:
1. Natural ingredients that are free of additives, preservatives, antibiotics and hormones
2. Using mostly local, seasonal ingredients
3. Minimal ingredients in the recipe
4. Quick, easy steps and fast prep time
You can find this product at your local Target.
Highlight: No antibiotics ever!
Potential Problems: None encountered.
Website: Foster Farms
Visit Foster Farms to learn more about Simply Raised fresh chicken, and find exciting recipes to try out!
Teriyaki Chicken Onigirazu
My current favorite dish to make is onigirazu! Just because it's just easy to make, uses minimal ingredients and it's just so darn oishii. Honestly, I love adding whatever ingredients are in season to my recipes. Today, we are adding chicken teriyaki in our onigirazu inspired by this Eat Your Kimchi recipe. I even added sautéed spinach.
1. Heat a large frying pan over medium high heat and add the chicken and cook until brown.
2. Evenly spread the steamed rice in a thin layer. Form rice into a square ish shape in the center of nori sheet.
3. Drizzle teriyaki sauce evenly on top of rice.
4. Place the chicken evenly on top of rice and then drizzle teriyaki sauce on top.
5. Place spinach evenly on top and then top with rice.
6. Bring all corners of nori sheet towards the center. Fold tightly to wrap.
7. Cut the onigirazu in half with a sharp knife.
This post is sponsored by Foster Farms, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.