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Hibachi Style Chicken and Fried Rice with Yum Yum Sauce

Okay, I wish I had a great picture to show you but there is NONE left. My family gobbled this ALL up. The chicken was wonderful and juicy without being dried out, which is usually difficult for me. Give this a try some time soon. It’s best to prep the rice and Yum Yum sauce the night before.

HIBACHI STYLE CHICKEN

1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 tablespoon sesame oil **This makes a big difference in the taste! Yum!
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon butter
1 table spoon lemon juice
3 boneless skinless chicken breast cut into bite size chunks

Heat non-stick skillet (I used an electric skillet) on medium-low. Add oil, soy, butter, lemon juice, and chicken. Cook until done. Take the chicken out and put in a covered dish. Cook rice in the same skillet.

FRIED RICE {THE NIGHT BEFORE}

Cook the rice beforehand (go ahead and make Yum Yum sauce too)

Add 5 cups of water & 3 cups of rice to a boiler and stir. Cover and cook on high until boiling then take off top to stir once and re-cover then reduce heat to low for 20 minutes.

Cold rice
2 eggs
1 white onion, chopped
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
4 tablespoons soy sauce

Add oil to skillet (if needed) on medium, add onion and saute for about 3 minutes, or until softened/translucent. Push to the side and add 2 eggs scrambling them as you cook. Then add rice and cook for a few minutes or until the rice is warm. Add soy sauce and cook for another minute.

YUM-YUM SAUCE  | I would go ahead and double or triple this recipe
{A great job for a ten-year old girl, my daughter made this while I was making everything else and it was yummy!}

1 1/4 cup mayo
1/4 cup water
1 teaspoon tomato paste
1 tablespoon melted butter
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon sugar
1/4 teaspoon paprika dash of cayenne/or red pepper

Mix together and refrigerate overnight.

*Edited to add: While the Yum-Yum Sauce was good, the store-bought brand was much easier and even better! Haven’t done the price comparison, but I think it’s worth the $6!terry ho's yum yum sauce

  ABOUT CORNBREAD MAMA Living on a small family farm in the Southeast Cornbread Mama enjoys sharing about her life. Between being the wife of a cowboy, homeschooling mom to boy/girl twins, artist, and Christ-follower praying for a simple life in this crazy world Cornbread Mama finds comfort in writing about her family adventures here on the farm surrounded by 18 cows and calves, 2 donkeys, 3 dogs, and 9 chickens. So pull up a rocker and sit a spell.

4 Comments

  1. So I came on you blog because I wanted this recipe, but your biography is awesome. We are very similar with the exception of living on a farm (which I want to do), having a cowboy husband (wouldn’t mind) and raising chickens (also want to do). I appreciate that you mention your faith in God since I feel that blogging is a great platform to share with people.

    • Thanks so much! It’s nice to meet a kindred spirit. I really have enjoyed blogging about all our adventures, but I agree sharing my faith with the world is probably the biggest motivator I have. It is definitely the biggest blessing of modern technology.

  2. So I came on you blog because I wanted this recipe, but your biography is awesome. We are very similar with the exception of living on a farm (which I want to do), having a cowboy husband (wouldn’t mind) and raising chickens (also want to do). I appreciate that you mention your faith in God since I feel that blogging is a great platform to share with people.

    • Thanks so much! It’s nice to meet a kindred spirit. I really have enjoyed blogging about all our adventures, but I agree sharing my faith with the world is probably the biggest motivator I have. It is definitely the biggest blessing of modern technology.

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