Teriyaki Chicken with Chilli Citrus Noodles

Do you want to know something quite depressing?! Whenever I hear or see Teriyaki chicken I think of Subway, and if I’m honest, until I made this dish the only Teriyaki chicken I had eaten was at Subway. Before I went to Uni I worked in town and had a total addiction to Subway’s Teriyaki chicken, and I would always have it on Italian herb and cheese bread and with southwest sauce, plus all the extras. I have to say it has now been some time since I have had a Subway but this recipe was a great replacement; infact I would go as far to say it is way better better! So whether you want to eat this recipe in a sandwich or with these noodles, I promise you may never take a trip to Subway again (unless your favourite filling is meatballs that is). 

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Serves 2

For the Chicken

–          4 chicken goujons – sliced

–          1 tsp hot chilli sauce

–          2 tbsp honey

–          1 tbsp sesame oil

–          2 tbsp soy sauce

–          2 tbsp orange juice

For the Noodles

–          1 tbsp sesame oil

–          1 chilli – finely chopped

–          1 garlic clove – finely chopped

–          Juice of 1 lemon

–          1 tsp chilli Sauce

–          1 tsp honey

–          1 green pepper – finely sliced

–          1 red  onion – finely sliced

–          ½ carrot – finely sliced

–          1 tbsp sesame oil

–          100g dried rice noodles – cooked according to the pack instructions

–          Small nob of butter

Mix together all the ingredients for the chicken and marinate for 20-30 minutes

For the noodles mix together the lemon juice, chilli sauce and honey

Heat the sesame oil in a wok and fry the onion, pepper and carrot for 3-4 minutes

Add the chilli and garlic and fry off for a minute and then add the lemon juice mixture and the noodles

Stir well and fry off for 2-3 minutes until everything is cooked through.

In the meantime, heat a separate frying pan with a little oil. Remove the chicken from the marinade and fry for 2-3 minutes

Add the marinade and leave to bubble for around 3 minutes until the sauce has thickened

Plate up the noodles and top with the chicken, drizzle with the teriyaki sauce and enjoy

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9 thoughts on “Teriyaki Chicken with Chilli Citrus Noodles

  1. lol. I have to admit, I never tried Teriyaki at Subway because I couldn’t imagine that it would be any good. I do have a weakness for their meatballs but I can make meatballs just as good, if not better.

    Your teriyaki looks good and a little sesame seeds would be a nice addition too.

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