I love hosting events at my house. It’s been a while since I’ve had people over because we spent 9 months in California acting with the kids. Well now we’re home and in the thick of Football season. We even watched the last Seahawks game as we are huge Seahawk fans. They are currently five and five which isn’t that good, but we have faith they can still pull it off and we can make it to the playoffs.
Now what goes with football parties? A lot of finger foods! Usually for football parties I like to serve a lot of different finger foods. That being said, I like things that are simple to make and don’t take a lot of time so I came up with a recipe using Crazy Cuizine Teriyaki Chicken. Crazy Cuizine is a line of authentic restaurant-quality chicken, beef and pork entrees inspired by Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Indian flavors. I have a new relationship with the brand, and will be curating recipes for the next two months to share with you! The Teriyaki Chicken is a family favorite featuring steamed chicken breast with an original, mouthwatering teriyaki sauce. You can find the Teriyaki Chicken and other products, like Mandarin Orange Chicken and Chicken Potstickers, to name a few, at your local Safeway, Costco Albertsons or other fine markets.
The Teriyaki Chicken is best cooked on the stovetop and is ready in 10 minutes or less! I’ll be sharing my Teriyaki Chicken Pinwheels recipe, but there are other recipes on the box, which is great for moms who need a recipe quick! After the Teriyaki Chicken, rice and veggies are cooked, place your tortilla.
Next you add the veggies you roasted and chopped.
Then I added the chicken to the tortilla.
Roll them up and slice them.
Crazy Cuizine Party Pinwheels Recipe
1 package Crazy Cuizine Teriyaki Chicken
20 baby carrots
1 bunch of broccoli
½ head of cauliflower
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
1 cup of rice
8 flower tortillas
Heat oven to 400
Cut veggies into bite size pieces
Toss veggies in olive oil and place on cookie sheet
Put in oven for about 10 minutes. You want them to cook a bit but not burn
Prepare the rice as package suggests
Prepare the chicken according to the directions on the box
Warm the tortillas in the microwave for about 10 seconds
Then assemble the pinwheels
Lay out a tortilla flat
Place a thin layer of rice on the tortilla
Place a thin layer of veggies on the tortilla
Cut the chicken into smaller bites
Then place the chicken on the tortilla
Then carefully roll the tortilla into a roll
Cut into slices
Crazy Cuizine’s Teriyaki Chicken tastes great all on its own, but for those kids who love dipping as much as mine, we ate these with some extra dipping sauce we found in our fridge. Zoe can’t wait until I make them again. Next time I’ll let her do the assembly. You can find other recipe ideas on Crazy Cuizine’s website, and on the brand’s Facebook and Twitter.