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Chef preparing Yakiniku Beef Fried Rice
Chef preparing Yakiniku Beef Fried Rice
Across Japan, Yakitori stands sell succulent pieces of chicken grilled over an open flame with their trademark dark, sweet sauce. The Ling Ling home-style version combines white meat chicken grilled yakitori style with long grain rice, carrots, leeks, peas, red bell peppers and corn.
Across Japan, Yakitori stands sell succulent pieces of chicken grilled over an open flame with their trademark dark, sweet sauce. The Ling Ling home-style version combines white meat chicken grilled yakitori style with long grain rice, carrots, leeks, peas, red bell peppers and corn.
Try each of our expertly crafted Fried Rice entrées:
Try each of our expertly crafted Fried Rice entrées:

Reviews: Yakitori Chicken

  • Ling Ling Perfection

    Fresh taste, flavorful, quality meal
  • Yakatori Chicken

    Was so delicious! Does not taste like a frozen entree, but more like a freshly prepared one! Will recommend to all!
  • LOVED IT!

    Just tried the new Ling Ling Fried Rice (Yakitori Chicken), LOVED IT.
  • Bravo!

    I tried Yakitori Chicken and it tastes amazing, I can’t buy enough! Bravo!
Pairing
Serve with a refreshing and simple cucumber salad to create the perfect meal.
Tasty cucumber salad with Fried Rice
Key Ingredients
Rice, soy sauce, white chicken meat, yellow & orange carrots, leeks, edamame, peas, red bell peppers and corn
Key Quality Ingredients for Yakitori Chicken
Pairing
Serve with a refreshing and simple cucumber salad to create the perfect meal.
Key Ingredients
Rice, soy sauce, white chicken meat, yellow & orange carrots, leeks, edamame, peas, red bell peppers and corn

Preparation Instructions

Skillet:

  1. Add vegetable oil to a non-stick skillet (see chart below) and add contents of either 1 or 2 bags.
  2. Cook on MEDIUM, covered with lid, stirring occasionally. Cook thoroughly to 165°F (see chart below).
     

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ALTERNATE COOKING METHODS

Microwave:

  1. To vent, tear open corner of bag before cooking.
  2. Place either 1 or 2 bags (spaced apart) in the microwave, seam side up, and cook thoroughly to 165°F (see chart below).
# of Bags Approx. Cook Time
1 4 min.*
2 7 min.*

*Based on a 1200 watt microwave. Cooking times may vary.

Yakitori Chicken Fried Rice meal