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Welcome to Freezer Food Friday!

Today I have a recipe from Fix, Freeze, Feast a book full of recipes to prepare in bulk and stock your freezer with.

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Teriyaki Chicken

1 tray (about 7 pounds or 16 pieces) of chicken thighs on the bone, skin removed
1 cup soy sauce
1 cup brown sugar
¼ cup of red wine vinegar
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
3 teaspoons minced garlic (about 9 cloves)
3 teaspoons minced ginger
3 1-gallon freezer bags, dated and labeled

Rinse and divide chicken evenly among freezer bags. Combine — stirring until sugar is dissolved — soy sauce, brown sugar, vinegar and oil in small bowl. Divide marinade evenly over chicken. Into each bag, measure 1 teaspoon garlic and 1 teaspoon ginger. Put bags in freezer.

To cook 1 entree: Thaw entree in refrigerator. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place meat and marinade in ungreased baking dish. Bake uncovered for 1 hour or until instant-read thermometer inserted in thickest part of meat reads 180 degrees. Turn pieces twice during baking. The longer the cooking time, the thicker and stickier sauce will be.

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Comments on: "Teriyaki Chicken from Fix, Freeze Feast" (5)

  1. […] post is linking up toFreezer Food Friday on What A Crock! This entry was posted in Breads, Dairy Free, For the Freezer, Freezer Food […]

  2. I love teriyaki chicken! Thanks for sharing this one!

  3. This one looks like a keeper – I’ll be trying it!

  4. juniper said:

    The recipe has no brown sugar listed in it. How much do you use?

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