Edo Style Chicken and Veggies

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How much are you spending on fast food joints when you can make the same stuff taste just as good if not better at home?  I work across the street from the mall and nestled nicely into the corner of the food court is the Edo Japan store.  I love going there because at least I can get a decent meal when I don’t have one of my own, but I know that I could do better.  So, let me introduce the almost Edo Chicken and Veggies…


About 5-7 Boneless, Skinless chicken thighs sliced small (I buy them from Easyford Meats)
1-2 cups of mushrooms – sliced
1 Package of Asian Fusion mix from Costco or your own mix of thinly sliced cabbage, broccoli stems and carrot
1 finely sliced carrot
1 cup broccoli florets chopped very small
Teriyaki sauce (just enough to flavor the chicken)


1.  In one pan, stir fry the chicken and mushrooms in oil or steam fry in water with the cover on the pot, or wok ( I have also cooked with teriyaki sauce for the last minute to flavor the meat)
2.  Remove chicken from heat and place in a bowl to keep warm, or use another pan to quickly stir fry/steam the veggies in water.
3.  When the veggies begin to cook, add some butter and mix
4.  Serve mixed together or in separate dishes.

Happy Eating,

Beef 4 Breakfast

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