How to Make Homemade Teriyaki Sauce – never buy it from the store again!
Alright guys, have you made homemade teriyaki sauce before? Well, you are about to start. It is ridiculously easy, tastes amazing and will make you wonder why you ever bought it from a store before. It is a great sauce to make on a weekend and work into the rest of your week to up your weeknight-dinner-game. I make a double or triple batch of it and then use it in various recipes throughout the week. It can be used as a marinade or a simple sauce and it is a must-have for your culinary repertoire!
Blackened Green Beans with Spanish Chorizo, Pine Nuts and Fresh Lemon Zest is a great way to reinvent those fresh green beans that are ripe for the picking – this will be your new favorite side dish!
So if you a) have a vegetable garden or b) have gone to the grocery store lately, you know that it is officially “green bean season.” If you have a vegetable garden, which I do, there is nothing quite like picking a fresh green bean off of the vine and chomping down on it – soooo good! But, even I have to admit that after about 5-10, you are kind of good to go. What in the heck am I supposed to do with the rest of these green beans? Well guys – read on, because I think I just came up with our new favorite summer side dish!
Sushi. I could eat it every day. More specifically, I could eat a spicy salmon roll with avocado every day. Just rice, nori, spicy salmon and avocado – oh and cilantro. To me, each roll is a bite of heaven. Making sushi rolls really isn’t that hard, once you get the hang of it, but it is time-consuming and, frankly, quite messy. Not today, my friends. I am turned my absolute go-to sushi roll into a quick and easy bowl. How excited am I? Probably way too excited, but that is just what happens with me and food.