In fact, when your cooking method centers around meal prep and batch cooking, the most basic of ingredients can easily be transformed into craveable dishes everyone will want and come back asking for more. This marinade is super simple with just a few ingredients that together become a flavor-infusing powerhouse:. Add 2 tablespoons of fresh juice orange, pineapple, mango and toasted sesame seeds, or swap out the ponzu sauce with fish sauce or regular soy sauce for a slightly different flavor. To use as a marinade, add this Asian master sauce to your choice of protein and marinade for 15 minutes for more delicate proteins like shrimp, fish, or tofu and up to overnight for pork, chicken, or thinner cuts or cubes of beef. To turn this sauce into a stir-fry, add 2 tablespoons of cornstarch to thicken as a sauce with your favorite protein and vegetables over rice, noodles, or quinoa. Or season veggies all on their own too.
Asian Marinade Master Sauce
Hoisinful Asian Marinade Recipe
This all-purpose marinade can be used for chicken or turkey breast, pork cutlets, firm-pressed tofu, and seafood. If you prefer to omit the chile flakes or paste, use 5 or 6 slices of smashed fresh ginger instead. Spices of Life by Nina Simonds. Published by Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
Spicy Asian Marinade
Asian Chicken is sticky, sweet and savoury — everything you know and love about Asian food! An Asian Chicken Marinade infuses the chicken with flavour, and can be cooked on the grill, stove OR oven. This is a classic Food Memory dish.
Do you love Japanese Steakhouse Ginger Dressing? When Carrian and I were first married we loved heading to a favorite Japanese Steakhouse with our friends and there was this really yummy Ginger Dressing served over a very simple, crisp ice burg lettuce salad and all of us loved starting our meal with it. Sometimes simple really is best. The other day we were chatting about how long ago that all seems and we decided to recreate the dressing.