Four Easy Sauce Recipes Revisited

Ahi Drizzle

Two tablespoons of Original Yakitori sauce to one teaspoon of wasabi. Great on seared ahi. Goes well with any type of sashimi or sushi too!

Asian Salad Dressing

Mix Original Yakitori sauce at  a one to one ratio with seasoned rice vinegar. This goes well with any asian themed salad, add grilled chicken, beef, or fish to your salad for protein. In addition to the above ingredients you can add some smooth peanut butter, and red pepper flakes to give the salad dressing a Thai style taste. For the recipe check out the Asian Slaw post on 9-13-13.

Poor Man’s Sweet and Sour

In a small sauce pan, combine 1/4 cup of Original Yakitori Sauce, 4 tablespoons of orange marmalade, and 1 teaspoon of white vinegar. For a kick use the spicy version of our yakitori sauce. Heat on medium heat until mixture starts to boil. Once mixture is boiling, stir constantly for about 5 minutes or until mixture starts to thicken. Remove from heat and let sit 5-10 minutes to cool. Use as a dipping sauce for egg rolls, chicken fingers, or won tons, you may use it as a glaze in the oven on chicken or pork, or as a drizzle on pulled pork sandwiches.

Spicy Wing Mixture

Mix one half cup of Spicy Yakitori sauce with two tablespoons (more, if you’d like it hotter) of chili garlic sauce. Use to coat your cooked chicken wings, bake in oven 10-15 minutes at 425 degrees until caramelized and remove, or you can coat cooked wings and eat as is. For a great recipe baking chicken wings see the post dated, 12/07/12.

Asian Chicken Salad

Here is an easy salad idea as we head into better weather and more grilling. What is needed: 3-hearts of romaine; 2-boneless, skinless, chicken breasts; 1-medium sized carrot; 2-stalks green onion; 1-(10 ounce) can mandarin oranges, drained; chow mein noodles; sliced almonds (optional); original yakitori sauce; seasoned rice vinegar. What to do: grill chicken breasts (about 12 minutes a side over medium-high heat), we lightly garlic salted and peppered them; wash and tear hearts of romaine into large bowl; grate carrot, and slice green onions, add to bowl; mix equal parts original yakitori sauce and seasoned rice vinegar, we used two tablespoons of each and shook in a small jar, pour mixture over salad and incorporate. Serve salad onto plates, place cooked and sliced chicken breast on salad along with mandarin oranges and sprinkle chow mein noodles and sliced almonds on top. Enjoy! Serves two.

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