Leave it to Kikkoman to recreate one of America’s classic dinners. A seemingly boring pot roast is brought to life with the addition of their teriyaki sauce and marinade, which does double duty to both flavor and tenderize meat.Click here for more great back-of-the-box recipes.
Just so you know, the "chicken teriyaki sauce" in a bottle does not taste like real teriyaki sauce in Japan. Teriyaki is a cooking technique. "Teri" means the "luster" given by the sweet soy sauce marinade and "yaki" means "cooking or grilling," and it’s not really the name of the sauce.
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This recipe was created on behalf of the National Peanut Board by resident health expert Jennifer Iserloh. As a trained chef and nutritionist, Iserloh wanted to feed America’s obsession for burgers by creating one that incorporated the superfood peanuts. "Burgers are an all-American obsession," she says. "Cooking with superfoods means you can have the best of both worlds: your burger fix and top nutrition."
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Musubi, also referred to as onigiri, is a Japanese snack made of rice wrapped in nori seaweed. In Hawaii, Spam musubi, rice topped with Spam and wrapped in sticky white rice, is a filling snack served at lunch, picnics, sleepovers, and any other time or place you would eat a snack. Recipe courtesy of Cecily Wong, author of Diamond Head.
Quick, easy, and simple. While I'm normally a stickler for making most things from scratch, for some things I think it really just makes more sense to take the semi-homemade approach to this salmon dish. (Admittedly, I do cringe slightly every time I hear that term.) I can sense the authenticity police coming after me already, but hey, who are we kidding? This is teriyaki. That's like looking for an authentic orange chicken recipe.Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon.
Mango mayo does a tasty tango with pork patties nestled in a biscuit in this Pillsbury recipe. These sliders are ready in just 30 minutes! This recipe comes from one of the 100 finalists in the 47th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest. Try more recipes like these by visiting www.BakeOff.com.
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Any time you have a large family gathering, the leftovers can seem to never end. One key to getting through all the extra food is to morph them into something totally different. Since we love Asian food, it is our go-to. I created this pork fried rice after watching some very close friends make their traditional fried rice at Hmong gatherings. This recipe is easy and uses ingredients you already have in your cabinets.
3 Tablespoons Butter
1 Cup White Rice
1 Cup Chicken Broth, no salt added
1 Cup Water
3 Tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon Canola Oil
3/4 Cup Carrots, finely diced
1/2 Cup Onion, chopped
1 Large Garlic Clove, sliced
5 Button Mushrooms, quartered
2 Cups Cooked Ham, cubed
1 Cup Frozen Peas
5 Tablespoons Soy Sauce
1 Tablespoon Teriyaki Sauce
1. In a large saucepan, melt 1 Tablespoon butter. Pour 1 cup uncooked white rice into the butter and sautee for 1 minutes. Add the chicken broth and water. Stir. Bring to a simmer. Cover and reduce heat to low. When all liquid is gone, turn heat off and leave covered until needed for sautee.
***While the rice is cooking, prepare the rest of your ingredients.***
2. Melt 2 Tablespoons butter with 3 Tablespoons canola oil over medium high heat. When the oil is hot, add the carrots and onion. Cook over medium heat for 15 minutes until the carrots are tender. Stir occassionally.
3. Add the sliced garlic and sautee for 2 minutes.
4. Add mushrooms and ham to the pan and stir to combine. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occassionally.
5. Add frozen peas, prepared rice, soy and teriyaki sauces. Stir and cook for 5 minutes.
6. While the rice heats and marinates the flavors in the pan, scramble the 2 eggs in another pan in 1 teaspoon canola oil.
7. Add the scrambled egg to the rice mixture. Stir and serve.
Tender, slow-cooked chicken, sweet teriyaki glaze, and a creamy macaroni salad. What's more to say? This recipe is a classic Hawaiian plate lunch packed into a slider. Easy preparation and bite-sized, these slides are perfect for gameday spreads, whether you're having friends over or tailgating at the stadium.
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