4 Chicken cutlets (Or Chicken Breast thinly sliced)
1 tbsp Sesame oil
3 tbsp Low sodium soy sauce
1-2 tbsp Unsalted Butter
Green onion Chopped
Frozen Veggie medley (carrots, peas etc.)
Coarse Black Pepper
Sesame Teriyaki Sear and Serve
Preheat your Blackstone to medium heat. While your preheating season your chicken cutlets on both sides with a light amount of olive oil and a pinch or two of Kosher Salt and Coarse Black Pepper. When your Blackstone is heated up add another small amount of olive oil to the griddle top and place your cutlets down to cook. After Flipping once add a drizzle of Blackstone Sesame Teriyaki Sear and Serve to start glazing your cutlets.
While your chicken is finishing you can chop up about 1/3 of a yellow onion and next to your chicken add a small amount of olive oil and add your onions to the Blackstone. Season with a pinch of salt and pepper. Also at this time you can add about half a cup of frozen mixed veggies. This can be anything you like, but peas and carrots work great for color and taste. Allow time for the onions and veggies to cook and heat up.
Next to your veggies crack two eggs, season with salt and pepper and scramble on the griddle till cooked to liking.
Your chicken should now be cooked. You can either remove them from the griddle or cut directly on your Blackstone into small bites. What you for sure want to do is clean the griddle surface where you’ll be tossing all your ingredients. The glazing process will leave some unwanted burnt residue. So grab a scraper and scrap off the remaining glaze and you’re all set.
Now it’s time to add your rice. Making room near all the other ingredients add the two bags of rice to heat up and cook. In the middle of the ice make a little cavern exposing the griddle and add 1-2 tbsp of unsalted butter, 3-4 tbsp of low sodium soy sauce, 1 tbsp of sesame oil and toss in the rice. Quickly after you can now incorporate all the remaining ingredients. Lastly I add about 1 tbsp of sesame seeds, toss to mix and remove to plate. NOTE I like to taste the fried rice at this point to see if I need more soy sauce. Add to preference.
Now it’s time to plate it up. If serving in a large bowl I like to garnish with a drizzle of Blackstone Sesame Teriyaki, a drizzle of sriracha, chopped green onion and a few more sesame seeds. Enjoy!