|Second batch, really brown.|
So, it recommends that if you have bigger breasts to slice them in half or pound them. I didn't think my pieces were that big, well not bigger then a 1/4 inch. So, I just pounded them a little. I don't think my parents have a mallet, so, I used my fists. Anyways, when the chicken came out, it was definitely not too fat, but I think I would of liked them thinner. So, I think next time I will cut them in half if they are the same size.
Next, I don't know what fat I would need to heat up in a pan to cook other food, so, I just used vegetable oil. As you can tell, cooking really confuses me. I know nothing about it. So, I pretty much just try it and see if it looks at all how it's supposed to.
I don't have a picture of the first batch i made, but they were pretty light. No dark, black spots on it anywhere. However, the next batch had a ton of black spots on it, it wasn't burnt per say. It just tasted a little different then the original one. I liked the original the best. So, to counteract this a little bit, I would suggest to change the oil each time. This is what i did with the third batch, and it helped a little bit.
I cooked the meal with rice and edamame, to finish off the Japanese feel of chicken teriyaki. Plus, I love edamame. Overall, I think it was a pretty good meal. My step dad told me it was good, and I feel like he doesn't like anything. However, it might also be mean to tell someone you don't like the food they cooked for you.