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KUKLA1417 Posts: 33
5/11/11 5:09 P

sounds great We'll make it when we have steak sometime.

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5/11/11 4:15 P

I'd mix together the sesame sauce with the honey and dijon mustard with a bit of soy sauce for a marinade on some steak.

KUKLA1417 Posts: 33
5/11/11 2:40 P

Great ideas, thanks! We haven't used our grill yet this year. I have lots of frozen mixed veggies - ginger sauce would be great with them. The pork loin sounds good, too!
I took some chicken tenders out of the freezer this morning. I'll make something with those.

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5/11/11 1:34 P

What if you marinate your chicken (skinless breasts or thighs or legs) and put on the grill?

Sesame ginger sauce may be good in a stir fry dish with lots of veggies and either pork or chicken cut up in small pieces - you could put on top of whole wheat noodles or maybe soba noddles

Honey mustard sauce sounds great you could marinate a pork loin in that and bake it, serve with steamed veggies and brown rice - save a little honey mustard for the veggies cut up the pork for sandwiches the next day with honey mustard

KUKLA1417 Posts: 33
5/11/11 10:02 A

I bought some sauces at W-M the other day and now I need recipes (kid friendly).
Bangkok Padang Peanut Sauce, World Classics Sweet & Sour Sauce, Good Food Asian Sesame Ginger Sauce. I also made a dijon mustard & honey sauce this morning.
We like chicken, pork, pasta, noodles here.
Any recipe ideas? thanks!!

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