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    This recipe was given to me by one of my ol' shipmates from the USS KIRK DE 1087, "The Colonel" (by Southern Birth Right)Jim Bon Bongaard. We served in the 70's together, We had our first reunion in June 2004 in San Diego, California. Jim states, (Quote) "You can put this stuff on a stick and you'll love it." so please try it and rate it. Jim will be thrilled!

    Recipe #103127

    Recipe #10279

    My mom is Chinese, and often catered for special events. Everyone always asked for the recipe for the sauce that she marinated her meats in. It is savory and delicious, and I've never tasted anything like it anywhere else! Whether you're baking, grilling, or pan-frying your meats, this can't be beat! I make several jars of this stuff at Christmas to give away as gifts. Everyone loves it! You can use this sauce either as a marinade or in stir-fry.

    Recipe #374093

    You know the nice, sweet, thick Teriyaki sauce you get from your favorite takeout joint? Now you can have it at home.

    Recipe #133751

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This sauce is full of flavor. It's tangy, salty, spicy! Serve over or along side fried tofu, chicken or pork. Before serving garnish with fresh sliced scallions (green onions).

    Recipe #99500

    Normally ponzu sauce is traditionally made with yuzu citrus in Japan, but I have an old Meyer lemon tree that produces fabulous lemons throughout the year. I try to use the lemons in many recipes and this is my own version of Ponzu Sauce using Meyer lemons instead of yuzu limes/lemons. Although I planted yuzu tree a year ago it is still not producing yet and when it is finally producing I would also make homemade ponzu sauce using yuzu too, but until then this is the only ponzu sauce I like. You can certainly use any type of lemons or combination lemons and limes/oranges. Unlike commercial based ponzu sauces which are very sweet and more vinegar than real juice, I think this version has much more depth. For 3/4 C juice, I usually end up using 5-6 lemons depending on their sizes. Bonito flakes is known as Katsuobushi in Japanese and it is dried bonito fish flakes found in Japanese markets. If you are unable to find kombu or katsuobushi, please use any instant dashi for this purpose. The taste will not be as good, but it will surpass the overly vinegar/sugar taste of commercial ponzu sauce. If using instant dashi, I would follow the direction on amount per liquid found with the products. Depending on how strong you like the taste of dashi, you can use either 1 to 1 1/2 C bonito flakes for this recipe. Note to those who never tried ponzu: This sauce is very versatile and you can use it top any steamed veggies, fish, meat, or tofu. You can also add a bit of oil to make into traditional salad dressing but go easy on oil!

    Recipe #284665

    This is a como that I came up with when I went searching here on Zaar. Had to use what was on hand and was I surprised how well it turned out.

    Recipe #164152

    An easy to make sauce to have on hand when you're throwing together any kind of stir fry. Works with veggies, chicken, beef, pork......

    Recipe #182283

    For those of us trying to stay heart healthy- but needing a treat as well.

    Recipe #156389

    The addictive Gyoza (dumpling) sauce is usually sold premade in bottles at the Asian food store. We love it so much, and go through it so quickly, that I had to find a recipe to make at home. This is a very basic recipe, so feel free to adjust amounts to your taste, or add ingredients like garlic, ginger, wasabi & green onions. If the sauce has too much "bite" from the vinegar, add a pinch of sugar. This is also good with a splash of hot chili oil, if you're so inclined. Enjoy!

    Recipe #112972

    Another great and easy recipe. Super fast and spicy just the way it was originally intended. This goes best with angel hair pasta or cappellini. Enjoy!

    Recipe #150757

    Just like the Mexican Restaurants around here. I like my green sauce creamy, the tomatillos in this recipe keep the avocado from going brown for a couple days in the fridge. It doesn't usually last that long!

    Recipe #150972

    This is a quick, easy, and tasty sauce that you can serve with either chicken breasts or pork chops. Yummy!

    Recipe #19502

    A very basic and mild red Enchilada Sauce that can be used in many ways. Can easily be made hotter by adding spices, jalapenos or using hot chili powder. It is quick and easy.

    Recipe #12877

    7 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A pretty good clone recipe from Arby's. Adapted from a Todd Wilbur recipe. From Top Secret Recipes

    Recipe #18864

    This sauce is EXCELLENT with pasta, boiled beans, meat and poultry. We love having this over and over again in the family. Definitely not fastfood pasta. From Paolo Petroni's : ''The Complete Book of Florentine Cooking''. Hard to find cookbook. Petroni is Florentine delgate to the Accademia Italiana della Cucina. Prep time is cook time.

    Recipe #81626

    I had a hard time finding a good teriyaki recipe, there are so many different kinds. I found this on the internet, it is a Hawaii style teriyaki, and has the taste I was looking for (grew up in Hawaii). This is very sweet, and thick, and I usually dilute it a little before using it.

    Recipe #67677

    This tangy sauce is wonderful over grilled salmon.

    Recipe #37684

    19 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe was posted per a recipe request. This Taco Sauce will be on the thin side. Canning instructions follow.

    Recipe #34167

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