Chinese spareribs, also known as Cantonese BBQ or char siu, are spareribs that are marinated in hoison sauce, soy sauce, and spices and barbecued or roasted.  This chinese spareribs recipe is easily one of our best spareribs recipes due to its ability to deliver the taste and texture of ribs you can typically only find at your local Chinatown. It doesn’t require you buy esoteric ingredients for the marinade or pork. Both Kansas City-style and St.Louis-style spareribs can be used.  Click here to view more of our Best Chinese Recipes. 
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This versatile Asian marinade of orange and soy sauce with sesame seed, ginger and crushed red pepper is great on chicken as well as flank steak and pork tenderloin. Massaging the marinade into the meat for just five minutes gives you maximum flavor without needing marinating time in the refrigerator.Click here to see 8 Quick and Spicy Chicken RecipesClick here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Grilled Chipotle Orange Chicken
When the weather is nice and warm, one of the best things to do is take your cooking outdoors. This easy chicken recipe will get dinner on the table in a flash, and the best part is, it's gluten-free. Click here to see 15 Great Grilled Chicken Recipes. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Grilled Steak with Tzatziki Salad
When summertime rolls around, the barbecues are flared up and outdoor eating becomes a routine thing. Don't get stuck in a barbecue rut! Make sure that you try this delicious recipe as a way to liven up your steak. The tzatziki salad adds a refreshing and flavoroful element to your already juicy steak.
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Spice things up this barbecue season with adding masalas to your chicken recipe! The yogurt and turmeric result in a tender, succulent chicken and the yogurt in particular balances the spices in this dish.   Need inspiration for what other seasonings to add to your grilled chicken? Click here to see our Best Grilled Chicken Recipes.
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Mongolian Skirt Steak
Executive Chef Kevin Long (from the kitchens of Red Lantern Restaurant and Lounge in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood) cooks his skirt steak over a wood-burning grill. Serve this steak recipe with traditional Mongolian togarashi-dusted fried sweet potatoes and wild mushrooms. Click Here to See More Skirt Steak Recipes
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We have Mexican nights every couple of weeks and I marinated some flank steak and prepared all of the fixings (avocado, salsa, shredded lettuce) and wanted to make some Paleo Spanish Rice. We really enjoyed this and I never told the family it was cauliflower until the bowl was empty! Love paleo recipes!! ***How to rice cauliflower: Cut the head of cauliflower in 1/2 (put 1/2 away). Then cut in half again and cut out the core. You can then either feed florets through the shredder attachment to your food processor, or use a box grater to achieve a rice-like consistency. For this recipe and other entertaining tips from Cindy's Table, click here and sign up for my newsletter.
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Marinate the skirt steak for several hours or overnight before grilling. Serve with your favorite dressing or a squeeze of fresh lime juice and a drizzle of olive oil. Click here to see 6 Great Grilling Recipes
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Make this delicious chocolate dessert for an artisanal treat.
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Ginger, garlic, and soy sauce give an Asian twist to chicken tenders. Rice krispies cereal gives them a crunch. Click here to see 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Cereal Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Liven up grilled chicken with a Moroccan-inspired marinade of lemon juice, olive oil, honey, and aromatic spices. Massaging the marinade into the chicken for just five minutes gives you maximum flavor without needing marinating time in the refrigerator. Click here to see 8 Quick and Spicy Chicken Recipes Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Southern Fried Chicken
As with many dishes throughout history, the advent of Southern fried chicken was the result of several different events converging. Fried chicken was a West African delicacy brought over to the United States by slaves, the mass production of pork in the South made lard readily available, and the popularity of cast-iron cookware in the 19th century created the fried chicken we now associate with the South. The key to keeping the chicken moist during frying is to marinate it overnight. Buttermilk imparts a slightly creamy taste to the meat that complements the crispy, savory crust perfectly.
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