There are so many ways to make this and I often vary the ingredients here and there, or at least the marinade, depending on what I want to serve it with. So here, I shall include just the recipe for the batch I made this week since this will suffice as the basic recipe to rely on.
6 strips of chicken fillet
2 tablespoons of teriyaki sauce
1 tablespoons of sesame oil
corn flour for coating
oil for shallow frying
1. Marinade chicken fillet with teriyaki sauce and sesame oil. Leave in fridge for at least 30 min.
2. Coat with corn flour and shake off excess before shallow frying for a few minutes on each side.
Total preparation and cooking time: 40 min (including 30 min for the meat to sit in the fridge).
I used chicken fillet to save the need for slicing and cutting the chicken. But chicken breast will work just as well if you want to cut into chunks and make into nuggets. I do that too. You can use breadcrumbs or plain flour instead of the corn flour; vary the marinade by excluding sesame oil or add in chopped red chili or chili sauce or black pepper to add spiciness etc etc.. You can serve it on its own or with ketchup or even fancy dips, but if so, adjust the marinade since obviously a teriyaki/sesame oil marinade won't complement certain types of dips. I personally prefer eating it on its own or just some sweet Thai chili sauce.
This is a sure crowd pleaser. It is in my home and with my friends.