They were really easy to make and only required three ingredients. To cut down on the cooking times I used one of my favorite kitchen hacks, a cooked rotisserie chicken.
I made some the night before the party just to try them out and they were gone in minutes. Once the chicken was removed and shredded, I added the teriyaki sauce. I really didn’t measure, I just made sure to coat the chicken well.
Then I filled each phyllo shell with about one tablespoon of the chicken.
Don’t worry if they seem overly saucy, once they are heated in the oven they will dry out a bit.
Once they were all filled, I placed the tray in a 350º oven for about 10 minutes or just until the edges of the shells started to brown.
Since the chicken is already cooked I only wanted to warm them through.
I served them on these fun Mickey Mouse platters to further show our Disney Side with a little more Veri Veri Teriyaki Sauce for dipping. These little bites of deliciousness didn’t last long and even the kids liked them which is always a win in my book!
Disclosure: I received this product as part of my Disney Side at Home Celebration box provided by MomSelect and Disney Parks. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.