This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Soy Vay. All opinions are 100% mine.
Maybe it is because I was born in Hawaii but I love anything teriyaki! I could put this sauce on just about any piece of meat and it just tastes amazing. When I started developing new Instant Pot recipes one of the first things I tried to make was the best Instant Pot teriyaki chicken and it came out great in just 3 minutes! Make some rice and you are set with a great and healthy meal that everyone in my family enjoys. You could add some onion into the pot too if you desire but we stuck with chunk pineapple and sauce to make ours. Here’s the recipe. Just like any other recipe you can add or omit what you love or don’t prefer to have added. I started out simple when making this chicken recipe with pineapple chunks, a bit of juice, and the teriyaki sauce we always use (Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki Marinade) and it came out great. I saved myself a step (and knew it would soak up more teriyaki flavor in the process) by cutting my chicken into chunks before adding it to my Instant Pot / pressure cooker. We all need a few recipes “in our pocket” that only use a few ingredients and take less than 15 minutes. You know for those evenings when you only have an hour in between soccer practice and homework….we’re there a lot. 😉 This is a quick recipe that is full of flavor!
Instant Pot Teriyaki Chicken
- 1 jar Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki sauce 15 oz.
- 2 -3 boneless skinless chicken breasts cubed
- 1 c . chunk pineapple optional
- 1 1/2 c uncooked rice cook as usual, serve chicken on top
- 1 tbsp . cornstarch optional
Cube chicken and add into IP. Pour teriyaki sauce (3/4 of jar or enough to cover cubed pcs. of chicken) & pineapple chunks into your Instant Pot. Stir so all chicken pieces are mostly covered with liquid. Put lid on IP, close pressure valve, and set to manual low pressure for 3 minutes. Chicken will absorb yummy teriyaki sauce in just 3 minutes. When it beeps carefully lift the lid and make sure chicken is not pink (if cut into bite size cubes 3 minutes should be perfect). If you want the sauce to be a bit thicker remove your chicken and put some of the hot teriyaki sauce in a small bowl with about 1 tbsp. cornstarch and stir, then add back into the mix and stir. Put IP on saute and allow to bubble so the sauce thickens a bit. Serve over rice!
You can see just how much teriyaki sauce the chicken soaked up just by the color of it! The pressure cooker does all the work for you which is great and if you throw some in your rice cooker or on the stovetop your whole meal is done in about 10 minutes total…great lunch option for me who works at home. If I need a quick meal I know all 5 of us will enjoy this is my go to recipe.
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