Chicken teriyaki stir-fry

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This was good! It's just a simple stir-fry with homemade teriyaki marinade. I prefer mine because it's light and not sweet, and also not a scary orange color.

Combine some pineapple juice (from the canned pineapple chunks I'll use later), soy sauce, sake, fresh ginger and garlic in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, then cool.

I used mine to vacuum marinate some temeph and also the diced chicken thighs I used for this recipe. I vacuum marinated in the refrigerator for 2 hours.

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The stir-fry has diced green pepper, yellow onion and pineapple. Here are the ingredients

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Start with the green pepper, onion and chicken. Near the end, add the pineapple. Finally, add the marinade, making sure it reached a full boil and reduces.

If you didn't vacuum marinate, you'll probably only need some of the marinade.

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That's it! Serve with rice.

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