I love me some wings! We have a turkey deep fryer that we used for Thanksgiving and since there is so much costly leftover oil, I keep it around and fire it up a few more times. Most of those coincide with football watching and fried finger foods. This was a deviation from classic buffalo or garlic parm which we have made before and as much as I love good ol hot buffalo I welcomed some new flavors. This recipe was cool since it uses fresh ingredients like ginger and garlic. I made it twice and achieved more of a thick sticky glaze the second time around and no dipping sauce was needed.
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I had a hankering for Chinese street style chicken on a stick and decided to expand and make my own glaze. I have used Soy Vay brand teriyaki sauce before but wanted to make my own and make it spicier and alcoholier. These are boneless skinless chicken thighs with my improvised recipe of a bourbon teriyaki glaze.
Posted in Asian, Chicken, Sauces
Tagged boneless, bourbon, chicken thighs, Chinese, cornstarch, garlic, Ginger, glaze, jalapeno, sesame seed, skewered, skinless, soy sauce, street style, teriyaki
I was trying to think of a way to diversify our meal ideas and different ways to use seared tuna. The final decision was to marinate and sear the tuna on the grill and place it on top of stir fried veggies, both with an Asian emphasis. Both parts of the dish were good alone and worked really well together.
Posted in Asian, Seafood
Tagged bok choy, cashews, garlic, Ginger, Green onion, Seared, sesame oil, sesame seeds, siracha, snap peas, soy sauce, stir fry, tuna steak