Teriyaki Chicken with vegetables and Noodles

P.F. Chang's Teriyaki Sauce (optional and quick)
Sesame Seed oil
Badia complete seasoning
1/2 bag Rice noodles
1 bushel of Broccoli cut the stem
1/2 Onion cut in medium pieces
1/2 lb of Chicken breast
1/2 a bag of shredded carrots
1 Clove of garlic chopped
Extra virgin olive oil

Homemade Teriyaki Sauce:
2 cups of organic orange juice
1/4 cup of Soy sauce
1 teaspoon of Sesame seed oil
Complete seasoning
3 teaspoon of Honey
1/2 lemon
Mix all of the ingredients in a large clear bowl and set aside

Remove any excess fat from the chicken breast and cut them in 1/4 inch cubes.
Season the chicken breast with the Badia seasoning, salt, pepper, and the teriyaki sauce (either the P.F Chang sauce or the homemade sauce. Leave the chicken marinade over night or for an hour before cooking. Cut the onions in medium pieces. Remove the stem of the broccoli. Place the broccoli and the shredded carrots in a bowl and add 1/3 cup of teriyaki sauce 1 tsp of Badia seasoning salt and pepper and mix.
In a large sauce pan heat 1 teaspoon of olive oil and 2 teaspoon of sesame seed oil. NOTE: The sesame seed oil is very strong so use sparingly. Once its hot add the garlic and onion until its brown. NOTE: I don't like the crunchiness of onions so I cook my unions until it's caramelized. So you can cook your onions to your liking. Place the chicken with the sauce in the pan and cook the chicken in medium heat making sure all the sides are browned and then cover. This will cook for 30-40 minutes. Add the broccoli and carrot mixture to the pan and mix with the chicken for about 10 minutes or less. Add a cup of water to the bowl where the broccoli and carrot was mixed to get the seasoning and add to the pan for more sauce. Cover the pan to let it cook and the flavor simmer in the chicken and vegetables. NOTE: I like my carrots and broccoli to be crunchy so I let them there for no more than 6-7 minutes but that depends on your liking. Taste the sauce to make sure that there's enough salt and teriyaki to the taste.
In a small cooking pot fill half way with water add salt and let it boil. Then add the rice noodles to the pot and cook according to the instructions. I usually cook it for 20-25 minutes and then drain.