Recipe: Easy Teriyaki Stir Fry {Featuring Success Rice}

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Success® Rice. All opinions are my own.

Almost every week, I sit down & make a meal plan for the coming week. I always ask for input from Justin, but he always just tells me to make whatever I want. He’s not a picky eater, so he knows he’ll like whatever I choose, so he gives me the freedom to be adventurous. However, even though he never gives me requests, he does have a tendency to ask me later on why I never make some things.

One of those things is rice. I do actually make rice pretty often, but he grew up in Hawaii where, as he tells me, there’s a rice cooker constantly on in every household. I know he loves it & my intentions are good- I put rice on the meal plan at least once a week. But I almost always time it wrong when I’m actually making dinner. Either I forget to make it until the rest of dinner is just moments away from being served, or I remember but decide to hold off a few minutes so it’s not done before dinner is ready- and then forget.


Success Rice makes it easy for me to actually make the rice perfectly & with very little effort- or concern for time. There’s no measuring or stirring & it is ready on it’s own in under 10 minutes {great for those nights that I totally space on it until the end}- and the white & brown rice can sit for up to 30 minutes before being served {so I can start it right when I start the rest of dinner without worrying}.

I made an easy stir fry for dinner & everyone loved it! It was so simple to make & of course I had to put it over a bed of rice because that just makes stir fry so much better!

Easy Teriyaki Stir Fry by @NotQuiteSusie


-1 bag Success Brown Rice
-1 tbsp olive oil
-1 lb. boneless skinless chicken tenders
-1/4 tsp. garlic powder
-2 cups broccoli florets
-1/2 cup cashew halves & pieces
-1/4 cup teriyaki sauce


-Pour 1 qt. of water into medium saucepan & submerge Success Rice. Boil 8-10 minutes.
-Drizzle olive oil over large skillet & warm over high heat.
-Cook chicken tenders until done, about 5-8 minutes.
-Sprinkle with garlic powder, and add in broccoli florets & cashews. Stir all ingredients.
-Mix in teriyaki sauce & heat on low for 5 minutes.
-Remove bag of Success Rice with fork & drain.
-Serve stir fry over bed of Success Brown Rice.

As you can see, it’s a pretty basic stir fry recipe that is super delicious & a nice, quick meal. Using Success Rice helped me with my timing & made it easy to incorporate Justin’s favorite side dish into the meal. Now that I’ve discovered this brand, I get the feeling we’ll be enjoying rice a lot more often. We don’t even need to get a rice cooker- I can just boil it in the bag!

Success Rice Boil in a Bag

You can visit Success Rice’s website for quick & easy recipes {that are even great for weekdays!} &be sure to check them out on Facebook for even more recipes as well as lifestyle tips to make mealtime easier & more fun!

With 4 varieties available including: Success® Whole Grain Brown Rice and Success® White Rice, and globally-inspired aromatic varieties of Success® Rice, including fragrant Thai Jasmine or Basmati Rice, there’s a variety everyone in your family will love. Try your own twist on one of your favorite recipes by swapping an aromatic variety into some of your go-to rice dishes. To accommodate various households, Success® Whole Grain Brown Rice and Success® White Rice comes in two different sizes – 14 oz. or 32 oz.

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  1. Oh this looks good.

  2. That looks so good! Thanks for sharing your recipe!
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  3. Yum! I could seriously eat rice everyday! My inlaws make it the best and I love success with a little butter and salt :)
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  4. We love Success Rice. It’s so easy to make and this recipe looks fantastic.

  5. I love how simple this recipe is. Sometimes I get turned off when a recipe has 15 ingredients and I don’t want to make it. It looks yummy.
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  6. Love stir fry and the success rice just makes it that much easier to make!
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  7. I love Minute Rice.. it’s soooo much quicker to cook.
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  8. This looks simple and delicious – just my kind of recipe.
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  9. Awesome! I made a similar dish last week!
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  10. I like that you make a meal plan. This is something I really need to do for my family. Teriyaki is a favorite of mine, but I rarely make it. I think your recipe sounds delicious! Thank you!
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  11. I used to tear through some minute rice when I was in college. Your recipe looks delicious.
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  12. I love stir fry and this is the rice that I often use. Easy and quick.
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  13. I love easy, delicious meals! And I could eat brown rice every day. Really. :)
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  14. Yummy! I LOVE rice.
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  15. Yum Shell, that looks great! I love their brown rice.
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  16. That food looks amazing — I haven’t made a stir-fry in so long. Now I’m craving it!
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  17. I’m Filipino, so I grew up eating rice every single day of my childhood. Now that I’m older, I don’t eat it as often.
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  18. Yummy, quick and easy. Looks good.
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  19. do you know how long its been since I had Chinese. Oh I’d love to make this
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  20. Oh yum! Now I’m hungry!
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  21. I am all for easy and simple meals. This looks good!
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  22. Sounds great, stir fry is one of my go-to quick meals for busy nights.
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  23. This looks simple and tasty!
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  24. Those bags make it so easy.
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  25. I just made a stir fry for dinner tonight. I had to make noodles though, my daughter is a noodle freak. I would have preferred rice myself.
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  26. An easy meal is the perfect meal for me, especially during the busy weeknights.
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  27. I love great meals that aren’t difficult to make. Thanks for sharing. It looks yummy!
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  28. OHH this looks so good! I know what’s for dinner tomorrow!
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  29. Love the simplicity — anything yummy and easy is my kind of meal!
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  30. That looks so good! I love rice.
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  31. This looks so simple and delicious!

  32. Huge fan of Success Rice!
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  33. Well, we need to start eating it more. We trying to avoid several foods to see if we can pinpoint which ones my daughter might be allergic to. I’ve never used cashews in my teriyaki chicken but I’ll have to see how much better it can make the meal!
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  34. Did you say easy? That works for me!

  35. We love teriyaki chicken and you can never go wrong with an easy dinner solution!
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  36. Yum! Gluten, sugar, and dairy-free enough for me!
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