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. No slaving in the kitchen or last minute realizing dinner is in 30 minutes and you have nothing prepared. Carrian and I love marinade because it also flavors meat, especially chicken so well and all you have to do it let it sit in the fridge. When we were finishing up college it was a great way for us to concentrate on school and our jobs, but still come home and have a healthy meal together.
Asian Ginger Grill Marinade
Grilled Asian Chicken
Grilled flank steak marinated in a bold Asian-inspired mixture of soy sauce, ginger, garlic, sriracha, and fish sauce to add a tasty boost of flavor. Seared on a hot grill to create beautiful char marks and perfectly cooked in 10 minutes or less! Hi there! There are two techniques that I use to maximize the taste of flank steak for this recipe. Marinating the meat for just an hour before it hits the barbecue intensifies the beefy flavors. Then grilling on extremely hot plates create stunning grill marks while this lean cut of beef cooks quickly.
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.
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