Cooking Class With An Asian Flare

teriyaki chicken

Every Thursday, we have an experiential cooking class here at Magnolia Creek. The chefs, Wil and Roscoe, and one of the dietitians, Amie, get to lead the clients in preparing lunch for themselves.

A couple of weeks ago, the clients cooked teriyaki chicken, fried rice, and mixed vegetables. They did a phenomenal job preparing this dish as a team, and it was delicious!! The clients used this recipe for a homemade teriyaki sauce.

Test out this recipe for yourself, and let us know how you like your version of this classic Asian dish.

Check back next week to see what else we’re making in cooking class!

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