7 Minute Meals with Teriyaki Madness – KPRC

Teriyaki Madness was featured on KPRC – Houston Life on behalf of franchisee Phat Vu at Teriyaki Madness Houston! The segment, aired on the local NBC affiliate, discusses how to make quick meals and keeping your diet delicious. Franchisee, Phat Vu and Teriyaki Madness’ VP of Franchise Support Services, John Fitchett, demonstrates how to make TMAD’s signature Spicy Chicken.

Phat began by explaining the dish only takes about 5 to 6 minutes to make and walked the hosts through the TMAD cooking process. While cooking, John explains the growth Houston will be seeing in the next few months from Teriyaki Madness. Starting with Phat Vu and Anne Cao’s location, TMAD will open next in Round Rock (near Austin) in April, followed by Woodlands in the summer.

The hosts were quick to explain that these dishes can also be made easily at home with chicken, fresh veggies and rice. As for the signature spicy sauce, customers will have to make it in to a Teriyaki Madness shop to taste that deliciousness. When asked how to make Teriyaki Madness’ spicy sauce at home, Phat Vu kept his lips sealed.

As the hosts finished up with the cooking process, John explained that the dishes are a fast, healthy way to grab a great meal. Watch the full video, below!

Teriyaki Madness Houston is located at 13410 Briar Forest Dr, Houston, TX 77077.

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