Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Salad

An easy recipe for Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Salad made in minutes using lean boneless, skinless chicken breast and your favorite vegetables! Perfect for a weeknight, or any time you want a delicious, flavorful meal made simple! Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Salad | alidaskitchen.com
During the week, dinnertime is a busy time.  Once Adam gets home from school, we all want to play outside on the playground, go to a park, do Legos, in other words, pretty much do anything except stand in the kitchen to make a elaborate dinner.  There will be plenty of time for elaborate dinners in later years… I want to spend time with my kids now!  So when it comes to quick and easy meal ideas that require very little preparation, I am all over it!  This Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Salad recipe can be made in about 15 minutes (or less) using ingredients I have on hand at all times.  No muss, no fuss, no running to the store.  Just a simple, delicious dinner is served!

In fact, this Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Salad can be made easily while we are outside playing in the backyard, blowing bubbles and watching the sunset.  Simply fire up the grill, cook the chicken and pour on the sauce!  To make the salad, I tossed together some mixed greens with my favorite vegetables.  For the chicken, I simply seasoned it with salt and pepper before cooking on the grill.  Once the chicken is cooked, top it with Campbell’s Grill Sauces Grilled Teriyaki Chicken flavor, and slice to serve over the salad.
The vegetables that I list in the recipe below are simply a guide, but can easily be swapped with your favorites or to use up what you have on hand. For texture, I added some sesame seeds, but chow mein noodles or almonds would add a delicious crunch as well.  Combined with the simple to prepare chicken and the flavorful Campbell’s Grill Sauce to bring everything together, this Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Salad is something the whole family enjoys.
Being able to cook a real dinner (no take out, no frozen pizza), while playing outside makes weeknights just that much more enjoyable. Nothing beats hearing the laughter of the kids on the swings together, or kicking the soccer ball in the goal (!) or just running laps around the house.  And nothing beats being able to eat a delicious, nutritious Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Salad packed with vegetables and lean protein, topped with a flavorful sauce… all with little effort.
Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Salad
 
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Yields: 4 to 6 servings
Ingredients
  • 1½ pounds boneless, skinless chicken breast
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 package Campbell's Grill Sauces, Grilled Teriyaki Chicken flavor
  • 6 cups mixed greens
  • baby carrots, cut into matchsticks
  • steamed broccoli florets
  • green onions, chopped
  • sesame seeds (optional)
Instructions
  1. Season chicken with salt and pepper, as desired. Brush grill rack with oil and heat grill to medium. Grill chicken for 15 minutes, or until cooked through (time with vary depending on thickness). Remove chicken from grill and pour sauce over chicken.
  2. Meanwhile, in a large bowl, toss together mixed greens, carrots, broccoli, and green onions (and any other vegetables desired). Divide salad on serving plates and top with sliced chicken. Sprinkle with sesame seeds, if desired.
Campbell’s Grill Sauces come in three delicious varieties: Grilled Teriyaki Chicken, Cheddar Applewood Bacon Chicken and Lemon Pepper Chicken.  Dinner can be ready in minutes using three simple steps: 1) season, 2) grill, 3) remove from heat pour sauce and serve!
Campbell’s Grill Sauces can be found nationally at most Wal-Mart stores and other select retailers.  For more information on the full line of Campbell’s Sauces, visit Campbellsauces.com and keep in touch on social media via #CampbellSauces | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

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  1. I will use them to make a variety of chicken dinners

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  3. Jessica To says:

    I would like to try it on boneless chicken breasts baked in the oven.

  4. Kristen D. says:

    I’d use them to make easy stirfrys or marinate chicken or pork for a nice BBQ meal!

  5. Natalie says:

    I would use the teriyaki flavor to season some chicken breasts, grill them and then create a chicken stir fry. I would use fresh bell peppers, water chestnuts and cabbage.

  6. Mami2jcn says:

    I would make chicken fettuccine.

  7. Mami2jcn says:

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  8. Natalie says:
  9. Kelly D says:

    I would make a chicken, rice and veggie stir fry with these sauces.

  10. Kelly D says:
  11. I love these sauces and can’t wait to make my family’s favorite Moroccan Chicken Salad Wraps.

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  12. Barbara M says:

    I would add these sauces to chicken and grill it.
    Add a green salad and good to go!
    thank you

  13. Barbara M says:
  14. Looks amazing! Besides my favorite way to eat chicken lately (over salad), I may try add it to the crock pot.

  15. Bone in chicken smothered in sauce sounds great!

  16. This recipe you just posted looks like a great use to me!

  17. Love the ease of this meal! The chicken looks wonderful and the sauce sounds amazing.

  18. Julie Wood says:

    I am going to use the Teriyaki sauce to make Teriyaki chicken. We love chicken made this way and this sauce looks so delicious! And I would also use the Cheddar Applewood Bacon Chicken when outdoor grilling my chicken!

  19. Julie Wood says:
  20. This is a perfect weeknight meal. So flavorful, but simple enough to make fast!

  21. heather says:

    I want to use the Hawaiian pork sauce over pork and then served over white rice.

  22. Debra Cd says:

    I would use cheddar applewood bacon on baked potatoes,

  23. Debra C says:

    Baked potatoes with cheddar applewood bacon sauce.

  24. I love this salad! So simple and easy!

  25. Wow! I’ve never seen these grilling sauces before – and they look absolutely perfect for quick weeknight meals. Nice!

  26. latanya t says:

    I would use them to make chicken salads.

  27. latanya t says:

    I would use them to make chicken salads

  28. latanya t says:
  29. I would use the grilled teriyaki mix to make delicious chicken stir fry over brown rice.

  30. Jessie C. says:

    I would make lemon pepper chicken salad.
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  31. Jessie C. says:

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  32. ANGEL JACKLYN says:

    A CHICKEN TERRYAKI SOUNDS MORE LIKE OUR STYLE AROUND HERE…

  33. ANGEL JACKLYN says:
  34. I’d use them to make stir fries or coat grilled chicken.

  35. me gusta esta receta ,yo le agrgaria aguacate en rebanadas y un arroz blanco aun lado

  36. This is fabulous. I love their grill sauce. As much as I grill it’s nice to have a bunch stashed away in my pantry. I can’t wait to try this recipe.

  37. I would use the teriyake sauce to make a chicken and broccoli stir-fry.

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  39. Priscilla S. says:

    I would use these sauces to make grilled teriyaki chicken sliders or a great stir-fry!

  40. Priscilla S. says:
  41. Kimmy Ripley says:

    I would love to make Lemon Pepper Chicken for my family!

  42. I will use them to make grilled marinated chicken

  43. Margaret Smith says:

    I would love to make the Teriyaki chicken and add in some pineapple chunks. I’d serve on top of rice. Thanks so much.

  44. Margaret Smith says:
  45. Cynthia C says:

    I think the CHEDDAR APPLEWOOD BACON CHICKEN sauce would make a nice seasoning for chicken in a green salad with seasonal fruit and almonds.

  46. Cynthia C says:
  47. I’d use them to make easy stir frys

  48. Anastasia Falling says:

    I would use these sauces to change up and spice up my favorite crock pot dinners! I love the crock pot because it saves time and adding these sauces will make the even better 🙂

  49. Anastasia Falling says:
  50. PuffyBiggles says:

    I will use the sauces to make the chicken salad depicted in the post. It looks great. Thanks for the giveaway!

  51. PuffyBiggles says:
  52. Denise S says:

    I would use these sauces as a meat marinade.

  53. Stephanie V. says:

    yum – Hawaiian Pork recipe looks wonderful!
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  54. I’ll try that applewood bacon sauce on baked potatoes!

  55. I would top baked potatoes with the applewood bacon sauce!

  56. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I will make a great chicken dinner with the Cheddar Applewood Bacon sauce.

  57. I would use the shredded beef tacos sauce to make tacos.

  58. Madeline says:

    I’d like to try Campbell’s recipe called Southern BBQ Panini—looks delicious!

  59. Madeline says:
  60. Ashley C says:

    I love having chicken grilled with onion, squash and zucchini for a quick meal. The lemon pepper chicken sauce would be fantastic with this! Yummy!

  61. sarah hirsch says:

    i would love to make a fabulous chicken terriyaki with this sauce

  62. I’ll use them to make dinner faster!

  63. Lauren Olivia Wood says:

    I will be using the Classic Roasted Chicken sauce to make Spaghetti Carbonara with chicken!

  64. Nicole Dziedzic says:

    I will use these wonderful sauces to make some awesome chicken and veggies stir fry.

    • I would grill shrimp on skewers then pour the teriyaki sauce on them to make a grilled teriyaki shrimp salad!

  65. Nicole Dziedzic says:
  66. Rebecca says:

    I’d love to try the cheese sauce in some mashed potatoes!

  67. Nicole D says:

    I would use these dinner sauces to make a BBQ Korean chicken, perfect for grilling season.

  68. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would use the HAWAIIAN PORK. So good make it with some carrots and broccoli in it over egg noodles is so easy and fast!

  69. Stephanie Phelps says:
  70. Claudia Davis says:

    I woulduse The Grilled Teriyaki Chicken sauce to make a teriyaki chicken over egg noodles.

  71. Claudia Davis says:
  72. I’d love to try the teriyaki chicken sauce on our grilled chicken this summer!

  73. This recipe makes my mouth water.

  74. rachel cartucci says:

    I would use the cheddar applewood bacon to make nachos with bbq chicken. The heartburn I would suffer would be so worth it!

  75. joe gersch says:

    i will use these sauces on chciken and rice

  76. Kathleen says:

    I would use the cheddar sauce to make a rice, chicken and broccoli casserole.

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  77. I’d grill up some steaks, mushrooms and corn and top the meat with the sauce!

  78. Denise L says:

    I’d like to use the Campbells Teriyaki sauce to make a chicken stir fry.

  79. Denise L says:
  80. I would use the Grilled Teriyaki Chicken on baby back ribs.

  81. I would use the Grilled Teriyaki Chicken and make kabobs.

  82. Kristen says:

    I’d like to try the Lemon Pepper Sauce on chicken breasts, and serve with brown rice and veggies.

  83. Kristen says:
  84. I would use the teriyaki to liven up a stirfry

  85. Susan Smith says:

    I would use the grilled teriyaki mix to make chicken stir fry with vegetables over rice

  86. Susan Smith says:
  87. i’d make korean bbq pork tacos. we love tacos.

  88. I think this would go great with a nice salad and some rice.

  89. I would love to try a vegetarian version of their BBQ Pork Loaded Fries recipe. It sounds SO good!
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  90. Debbie B says:

    I would love to try making grilled chicken teriyaki – I know my family would enjoy it!

  91. Katherine says:

    I would love to make the Classic roasted chicken

  92. Katherine says:
  93. Debbie B says:
  94. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    I would add them to my chicken. and then put it over rice.

  95. Richard Hicks says:

    I would use the teriyaki sauce to bring out the flavor of rice and chicken.

  96. Richard Hicks says:
  97. erica best says:

    I lmake the chicken tacos

  98. erica best says:
  99. erica best says:
  100. Tara O. says:

    I’d love to try the BBQ Pork Loaded Fries recipe on the Campbell website!

  101. Michele Baron says:

    I would use the Grilled Teriyaki Chicken sauce on chicken pieces in my oven…wish I had an outdoor bbq but I don’t

  102. Michele Baron says:
  103. Ellie Wright says:

    I would make a chicken and rice casserole with them.

  104. Ellie Wright says:
  105. Daniel M says:

    Teriyaki sauce for grilled chicken

  106. Erica B. says:

    They would be good with chicken & rice.

  107. Cheddar Applewood Bacon Chicken for a simmered chicken.

  108. My easy dinner recipes are tacos and spaghetti.

  109. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would love to make a stir fry with them!

  110. Amanda Sakovitz says:
  111. maria cantu says:

    I would use them with chicken over rice.

  112. PATTY NIEDERT says:

    Grilled Chicken pasta salad with teriyaki sauce and water chestnuts

  113. This would assist in augmenting some favorite crockpot recipes.

  114. Kathy Pease says:

    I would use this on baked chicken breasts and I would make a potato salad

  115. Kathy Pease says:
  116. Janine Hwang says:

    I’d use the teriyaki sauce an make a tofu stir fry!

  117. Karen Drake says:

    I would use the Cheddar Applewood Bacon sauce over grilled chicken and rice.

  118. Stephanie Larison says:

    I’d like to try out the shredded beef taco slow cooker sauce to make spicy beef quesadillas for my family.

  119. Stephanie Larison says:
  120. I would add these sauces to chicken.
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  121. with chicken

  122. Lori Morgan says:

    I would use them to marinate and grill chicken to make wraps, fajitas, and salads, yum!

  123. I’d love to make a chicken and rice dish with these Campbell’s sauces. thanks!

  124. tina reynolds says:

    I would like to make the southern bbq paninis I think they would be a hit in my house

  125. tina reynolds says:
  126. jessica says:

    I would use the teriyaki sauce and make ster fry.

  127. tina reynolds says:
  128. shelly peterson says:

    I would use the teriyaki sauce to make a stir fry.
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  129. shelly peterson says:

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  130. Jean D. says:

    I love to experiment with my rice cooker. I’d love to season my “rice and beans” (loaded with vegetables) with any one of the Campbell’s sauces. Why not give it a whirl?

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  131. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would grill chicken and use the Lemon Pepper Chicken sauce to make an awesome dinner!

  132. Thomas Murphy says:
  133. I use Campbell’s Beef Stew Grill Sauce in my meal plans all the time to make wonderful family dinners, including steaks.

  134. Henria O. says:

    I’m thinking the Cheddar Applewood Bacon Chicken sauce would probably we a wonderful addition to some grilled burgers.
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  135. Henria O. says:

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  136. Tracey byram says:

    I’d use the sauce to make crockpot hawaiian pork

  137. Janice Cooper says:

    I would love to use these sauces when I make baked chicken in the oven

  138. Janice Cooper says:
  139. The sauces look like a great addition to the salad instead of having salad dressing.

  140. Kathryn C says:

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    I would use the Sweet N Sour Chicken sauce with some chicken and white rice for a simple meal solution

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  141. Betty C says:

    I’d like to use these sauces to grill enough to use the extra for future meals – wraps, to top salads, stir fry and even in pot pies.

  142. Betty C says:
  143. Kathryn C says:

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  144. Kathryn C says:
  145. Bert Ruiz says:

    I’d like to use the Lemon Pepper Sauce to make lemon chicken and rice

  146. I want to make the Creamy Parmesan Chicken recipe for my family.

  147. Bert Ruiz says:
  148. Nathan Kirsch says:

    I will use the sauces to make a wonderful family dinner by making grilled chicken stir fry.

  149. Shannon says:

    I’d use the Southern BBQ to make pulled pork. Then I’d add some cole slaw on top my sandwich!!

  150. Shannon says:
  151. Tabathia B says:

    I would use the lemon pepper on chicken tenderloins for a salad

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  152. Tabathia B says:

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  153. Linda C. says:

    I would use them to make a grilled chicken stir fry.

  154. Francine Anchondo says:

    I would use Cheddar Applewood Bacon Chicken to make a nice chicken dinner

  155. Candie L says:

    It would be an easy go-to meal. thank you