Air Fryer Chicken Teriyaki Bowls
Air Fryer Chicken Teriyaki Bowls. Combing the great talents of the air fryer and the instant pot to bring you these delicious chicken teriyaki bowls. Made with air fryer teriyaki chicken, air fryer roasted peppers and instant pot Chinese fried rice, this is meal prep in the kitchen gadgets at its best.
Air Fryer Chicken Teriyaki Recipe Ingredients:
Start the cooking process of your Chinese fried rice in the instant pot first as this has the longest cook time.
Dice your peppers, sprinkle with Chinese 5 spice and salt and pepper and load them into the air fryer grill. Or if you have just one air fryer, add them to the air fryer when the chicken teriyaki is cooking without its foil.
Dice your chicken breast, add to a layer of silver foil, load in the teriyaki sauce, seal the silver foil packet and cook for 5 minutes at 180c/360f. This will kickstart the marinade into the chicken and improve the cooking flavour.
Remove the silver foil and cook the chicken breast without the sauce from the packet for a further 10 minutes at 180c/360f. If cooking the peppers together add the peppers after 3 minutes.
Shake add extra teriyaki sauce and cook for a final 3 minutes at 200c/400f.
Assemble your chicken teriyaki bowls and serve or keep for later.
The cooking time is for making the air fryer chicken teriyaki. Though it’s the same time as making the brown rice once it gets to pressure, so you can cook both at the same time without waiting around.
You can mix and match with your favourite Chinese sauces. I am a big fan of Blue Dragon such as this one, but you can use any. Or make your own teriyaki sauce and make it even healthier.
You can use either diced chicken, turkey or pork and both chicken breast and boneless skinless chicken thighs work well.
Calories: 388kcal | Carbohydrates: 38g | Protein: 42g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 112mg | Sodium: 1352mg | Potassium: 847mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 1513IU | Vitamin C: 27mg | Calcium: 52mg | Iron: 2mg
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