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I am a huge fan of Asian cuisine. I love all the exotic flavors, spicy dishes and the healthy, fresh ingredients. Whenever I come across a new Asian restaurant, I will definitely clear my schedule and step in for a delicious meal. Unfortunately, there are no Asian places nearby where I live. For a long time I was afraid to try and cook anything like this at home – I thought it would be way too complicated. I was so wrong!
Simple to make, yet a tasty flavor vacation: It’s Slow Cooker Chicken Teriyaki. No need to go the takeout route when you can make this at home so easily! It really is amazing, how simple it is to put so many delicious Asian dishes together. Just throw a few things in the slow cooker, cook some rice, steam the veggies you want to use, and you have an easy, tasty full meal.
Recipe courtesy of Six Sisters’ Stuff
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