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Crazy for Teriyaki Madness: Teriyaki Bowls, Noodles, and More

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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My daughter is an extremely picky eater. We arertalking mac and cheese, chicken nuggets, and desserts. That is what she willreat. The other night she cried because I made her eat rice. When we went torTeriyaki Madness she happily ate her noodles and orange chicken. She said, “Ircan’t resist it. It’s so yummy.” And we had to buy a second orange chicken bowlrwith noodles. That is how delicious the food is at Teriyaki Madness.

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You may have noticed the sign for TeriyakirMadness. It is located right between Papa Murphy’s and Jimmy John’s in front ofrthe VASA fitness in Spanish Fork. I know that it is always tricky when you seera new place because you aren’t sure what they have or if it is any good.rLuckily, I can go for you and check it out. And let me tell you, TeriyakirMadness is pretty dang delicious and worth a try.

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The thing that I love most about TeriyakirMadness is that you can customize the whole menu. Are you doing a KETO diet,rleave out the carbs. Are you vegan? All veggies and rice. Gluten free? Rice,rmeat, and veggies. They even have gluten-free sauces.

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You chose your base: rice, brown rice, noodles,rfried rice, or all veggies. Then you choose your protein: chicken, beef, orrtofu. Then you choose your flavor: teriyaki, spicy, etc. 

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Everything is made fresh to order. So you don’trhave to worry about the food being made hours before sitting under the heatrlamps. You know how disappointing it is when you order some food but it has beenrsitting under the heat lamps all day so it is dry and the sauce is gone. AtrTeriyaki Madness they get the woks hot and prepare it right then so it isrfresh.

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Ok. Let’s talk about the menu items. I startedrout with the chicken pot stickers. They were perfectly crispy on the outsiderwith piping hot filling with chicken and veggies. The first bite was amazingrbecause of the crunch combined with the amazing gyoza dipping sauce which wasrthe perfect blend of savory and sweet.

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My kids got the infamous orange chicken withrnoodles and they devoured it. The orange chicken was delicious and not spicy atrall (a huge requirement for my kids). It was breaded chicken with a yummy saucersimilar to what you would get you would get at a Chinese restaurant. Thernoodles were delicious and I’m sure it would also be yummy with rice.

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My husband was brave and got the spicy chicken.rIt definitely had some heat to it. It was a little spicy for me but if you likerspice, you will love it.

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I got the beef teriyaki and I was blown away.rI’m always nervous to get any type of beef because I worry about it beingrtough. These beef was just tender and so flavorful. It was sweet and justrdelicious. I didn’t want to share with anyone. I drizzled a little bit of therteriyaki sauce on it and just savored every bite of it with my noodles andrveggies. I honestly had to ask the manager how they make it so tender. He saysrthe marinade takes a day to make and then they marinate the meat for anotherrday. 

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The chicken teriyaki also had great flavor. Itrwas grilled chicken which was perfectly cooked and it even had the grill marks.rThey offer chicken katsu and yakisoba noodles as well but I wasn’t able to tryrthem during this visit.

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We also got a cup of macaroni salad. It wasrHawaiian style and had veggies and chicken in it. It had a great flavor. My sonrwas expecting macaroni and cheese though so he wasn’t a fan. But I got to eatrit and it complimented my beef teriyaki perfectly. 

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So if you want a break from your normal routine,rcheck out Teriyaki Madness. I’m sure that you will find something that yourlove.

Teriyaki Madness is openrMonday to Saturday from 11 am to 9 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 8 pm. It isrlocated at 788 N 800 E, Spanish Fork, UT 84660.

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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