Original recipe found on Carlsbad Cravings.
Thai Pineapple Peanut Satay Chicken
This is a moist dish that does not require a lot of time to prepare. You do need to set aside marinade time though 3-4 hours.
Pour all the ingredient for the marinade in a large freezer bag, mix well. Add the chopped bite size pieces of chicken. Let marinade for 3-4 hours in refrigerator.
Add the coconut milk and cornstarch to small sauce pan. Using wisk blend well. Add the peanut butter and mix well. Doesn't take long before thick and warm enough to serve. 3-4 minutes.
For the pineapple grill or broil the slices and serve with the chicken. Takes about 5 minutes.
You can either grill this or broil. I broiled. Assemble skewers by adding the chicken about 6-8 pieces to each. (If using wooden skewers soak for 30 minutes prior)
Grill on one side and then turn slightly.
For broil, preheat oven. Line a baking sheet with cooking spray. Cook for 5 minutes and then turn, takes 10-15 minutes.
This was a quick and easy rub that add a punch of flavor to the steak. Original recipe found on the Cozy Cook.
Copycat Texas Roadhouse Steak Rub
A beautiful rub for you steaks
Combine all ingredients in ziploc. Place steaks in, I did 2 and shake on. Cover each side of steak and let rest 40 minutes.
To cook, I used a cast iron to sear both sides and then cooked in oven until done to medium rare.
Recipe adapted from Kirbie’s Cravings.
Flavorful dish that can be used as a main dish or a side dish.
In a medium pot bring water to boil. Add noodles and cook until done, should be about 5 minutes. Drain and set aside.
In small saucepan, melt butter. Cook on medium heat and add garlic. Cook for a few minutes, don't fry should still be a yellowish color. Add remaining sauce and cook an additional minute. Brown sugar should be melted.
In a large bowl pour sauce over the noodles and toss thoroughly. Add parsley and parmesan and blend.
Ready to eat.
The fresh yakisobi noodles are usually in the grocery section.