Teriyaki Madness Featured in Denver Fox 31

Your mom always told you to eat your veggies, but this time, Teriyaki Madness is making vegetables delicious.

As a part of celebrating national vegetable day, Teriyaki Madness was recently featured in a Denver’s Fox 31 news’ segment for their healthy recipes. Teriyaki Madness shared recipes on their Spicy Chicken Teriyaki and Yakisoba Noodles.

The Spicy Chicken Teriyaki is a signature dish at TMAD. It contains broccoli, zucchini, onion, cabbage and carrots, ensuring a well-rounded meal with tons of nutrients. These ingredients are then blended with seasoning and tossed together with their famous spicy, but not too spicy, teriyaki sauce, some chicken, and placed on a bed of white, brown, or Yakisoba noodles. Get it while it’s hot!

Check out the segment to learn more and make your own Teriyaki Madness dish. Warning: the food is highly addictive!

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