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.
Protein: It’s kind of a big deal. Seventy-eight percent of consumers name protein as an important component of a healthy diet, and more than half say they want to eat more of it. The number of products advertising high protein jumped 54 percent in the last five years.
This protein craze is fueled by real health benefits. Protein helps build lean muscle, which speeds up metabolism. It also helps you feel fuller longer, so high-protein meals help you avoid overeating.
As protein’s popularity grew, restaurants had to pivot to keep up. While popular brands like Taco Bellscramble to reorient their menus, Teriyaki Madness will keep doing what we’ve done for 15 years: Make delicious, filling meals that are high in protein and use only the best quality ingredients.
For restaurateurs, keeping up with industry trends is important. Anticipating them is even better. Here’s how our fast casual teriyaki concept is riding the protein wave to explosive growth:
Timing is Everything
Teriyaki Madness was founded in 2003 out of a love for Seattle-style teriyaki. As the concept spread to locations across the U.S., our food gained a cult following because of its unique flavors and fantastic taste.
Little did we know, a nationwide push for protein was on the horizon. In the early 2010s, popular diets like the Paleolithic dietput protein in the spotlight. However, this trend was not a flash in the pan, it was backed by dietary science. furthermore, people started to see real results when they replaced high-carb meals with lean protein.
Food and drink manufacturers started pushing the sought-after nutrient, and soon store shelves featured many products boasting high protein. Naturally, the restaurant industry followed suit, with big brands hurrying to portray their offerings as good sources of protein.
Meanwhile, Teriyaki Madness franchisees welcomed the influx of customers. These new guests were looking for filling, protein-rich meals that were delicious and satisfying. Teriyaki Madness was there to deliver.
The Future for Protein
When it comes to health and fitness trends, it can be tough to predict which way the wind will blow. Will America’s love for protein peter out?
Not likely. Experts predict that the protein craze will get, well, crazier in coming years.
Today’s Dietician, an industry magazine for dietetics professionals, anticipates that consumers will remain committed to protein and will become more interested in different sources of the nutrient. For example, some may look to replace red meat with poultry or animal protein with plant protein.
Teriyaki Madness is already poised to cater to these customers. As consumers’ protein preferences continue to develop, we’ll keep finding ways to make protein-packed meals totally crave-able.
Skyrocketing demand for quick, high-protein food options combined withgrowing consumer interest in fast Asian cuisine creates a perfect storm for brands like Teriyaki Madness. Our company has grown from Las Vegas’s best-kept secret to a nationwide name, and our business model is making waves. We’re delicious food that’s healthy, not healthy food that’s delicious. So, while we skip ingredients like MSG and only use natural spices and flavors – it’s to make our food taste amazing and keep our customers coming back for more. It’s a happy coincidence for us that by keeping true to our house-made teriyaki recipes, we also keep the food healthy. We stay one step ahead of consumer preferences – and the competition – by sticking to the mission we’ve had from day one: Serving filling, tasty food that’s good for you and fun to eat.
The protein craze isn’t slowing down, and neither are we.
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 thesegment to learn more and make your own Teriyaki Madness dish. Warning: the food is highly addictive!
Teriyaki Madness Boca Raton is a small eatery laid out in a simple fashion, with a couple of spaces to enjoy the meal, including wide, comfy booths big enough to seat large families or a few friends.
The affordable appetizers are a steal, so we indulged in chicken egg rolls ($1.99 each) and chicken potstickers ($3.99), which include six fried dumplings with a sweet ginger sauce. For my main course, I chose a plate of orange chicken, brown rice and stir-fry veggies ($9.49) — each of which was fresh and superb quality. The chicken was sweet and flavorful, the rice was tender and the veggies had a smoky bite to them.
Reason To Go
The quick service-style coupled with “Seattle Teriyaki” cuisine is an entirely new concept to Boca Raton. It’s also convenient and easy for those nights you don’t feel like cooking and want something easy to clean up.
Mission Bay Plaza, 20437 State Road 7, Boca Raton, 561-405-6028
Hours: Daily, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
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Teriyaki Madness, which creates fast-casual healthy food, ranked No. 2 among companies with 11-19 employees for the Denver Business Journal’s 2017 Small Business Awards.
Teriyaki Madness is a Denver-based Asian cuisine that serves fast-casual healthy foods.
Teriyaki Madness is a fast-casual restaurant concept serving up quality, fresh, healthy and flavorful Asian food in a hip atmosphere. Teriyaki describes the flavor and cooking style while Madness refers to the state of mind our customers enter because they just can’t get enough!
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