MARYJOHANNAH
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  • v ROXYHON
    Hi Mary! I'm finally here with the teriyaki recipe! Sorry for the delay, curling in our bonspiel all weekend got in my way...

    Sometimes, I don't have the exact ingredients and have improvised. In brackets is the alternative item that I've used. Both versions are amazing!! The sauce is very thin, but I've also used the recipe to stir fry instead of in the oven and it thickens quite nicely with a little corn starch or tapioca starch... It calls for chicken but works well with pork and beef too.
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    2.5 to 3 pounds chicken
    2 cloves garlic - minced (or 2 -4 tablespoons of garlic powder - we really like garlic!)
    1 tsp fresh ginger root - minced (or up to 1 tsp of ground ginger)
    half a cup of soy sauce
    1 tablespoon of finely grated orange peel/orange zest (or 2-4 tablespoons of lemon juice)
    one quarter cup of rice wine vinegar

    Marinate the meat in the sauce at least one hour. Overnight really gets the flavour through the meat.

    Enjoy!

    Have a wonderful April!!
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    Roxy

    24 days ago
  • v ROXYHON
    Hi Mary! Thanks for your comments on my posts, I figured I'd give you a little information about Jamaican Rice & Peas:

    Until we went to Jamaica, I had never heard of red peas either. They look exactly like kidney beans, just a little smaller. I have used kidney beans in the past when I didn't have the proper peas, and the flavour is almost exactly the same.

    There are so many different kind of peas and beans in Jamaica - and lots of different kinds of yams, fruits, and other vegetables too. There is food that grows there you don't find anywhere else on the planet. It's like heaven!!

    The rice & peas has coconut milk in the liquid as it cooks, and it is flavoured with thyme as well. Sooooo yummy. Each time I make it, I get a little closer to the taste when my Jamaican friends make it....it's a learning experience!

    Hugs,
    Roxy
    31 days ago
  • v ROXYHON
    Hi Mary! Me again!! I just saw your inquiry about greek ribs...

    We use pork ribs (any cut of ribs works), and then season them with oregano, garlic powder, and seasoned salt. With these spices, marinate overnight or a few hours. We bake them in the oven, and when we bake them, sprinkle lemon juice over the whole thing so there is a little in the bottom of the pan (a little water in the bottom of the pan too). Cover with foil and bake... soooo good!
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    80 days ago
  • v ROXYHON
    Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my page!!
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    You are so right about my hubby being like yours & making me feel so appreciated and loved. We are so lucky!! Without him I would have never made it through some of the more difficult things I've experienced...it's so much help to know you have someone in your corner cheering you on. It gives me strength I never even knew I had.
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    Have a great rest of the week!
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    Hugs, Roxy
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    80 days ago
  • v TEENY_BIKINI
    Hope you are having a great New Year!

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