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baked teriyaki chicken recipe


Prep time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 90 minutes

— buy enough chicken to fit into a 10- or 12-inch cast-iron skillet
— 2 bottles of teriyaki marinade
— one large onion
— handful of peppers

— rinse chicken in the sink
— cut onion into slices
— place onion slices, teriyaki sauce, and hot peppers into a
mixing bowl.
— place chicken pieces into the mixing bowl and mix gently using hands
— place the bowl in the refrigerator and let marinate for a few hours or

— preheat oven to 370 degrees
— take the bowl of chicken and using tongs, fish out the onion slices and
arrange at the bottom of the cast-iron skillet. Pour some of the marinade
into the skillet.
— arrange the chicken on the bed of onion slices in the skillet
— place the skillet with the chicken into the oven and bake for 45 minutes
— after 45 minutes, turn the chicken pieces over
— place back in the oven and cook for another 45 minutes

Serve with rice. DONE.

Making a camp stove out of an Altoids can and a bottle of Heet

Forgot to record the part where I actually started the fire. Once you’ve got the steel wool inserted into the Altoids can, pour the bottle of Heet directly onto it. (I used up half the bottle to get the water to boil.) Then I used one of those generic military issue magnesium firestarters and the knife on my multi-tool to give it spark. The Heet fluid catches very easily.