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Awesomely Tender Tenderloin – Grill Sauce
Bacon Wrapped Peanutty Catfish
Bacon Wrapped Peanutty Chestnuts – Spicy Peanut Sauce
Baked Grilled Chicken Skewers – Grill Sauce
Best Baked Grilled Potatoes – Grill Sauce
Best Baked Grilled Salmon
Best Surf & Turf
Chinese Chicken Salad – Oriental Vinaigrette
Creamy Fruit Vinaigrette Dressing -- Oriental Vinaigrette
Halloween Dinner Recipe – Grill Sauce
Kim’s Crock Pot Chicken Dinner – Spicy Peanut Sauce
Kim’s Glazed Salmon – Teriyaki Sauce (Original or Spicy)
My Kid’s Favorite Ramin Noodle Stir Fry – Spicy Peanut Sauce and Original Teriyaki
New Twist on Meatloaf – Teriyaki Sauce (Original or Spicy)
Quick Salad Side Dish – Oriental Vinaigrette
Quick Stir Fry – Teriyaki Sauce, Spicy Peanut Sauce, Spicy Teriyaki Sauce, Grill Sauce or Oriental Vinaigrette
Steak Ka-Bobs Gourmet Grill Style
Super Simple Party Wings – Spicy Peanut and Original or Spicy Teriyaki
Vegetable Menagerie – Oriental Vinaigrette
Versatile Sandwich Sauce A-La-Grill – Grill Sauce

 

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Awesomely Tender Tenderloin – Grill Sauce
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This is an all-time favorite of family and friends!
From a normal family dinner to a gourmet meal, this steals the show!

spacer spacer Beef or Pork or Chicken – quantity based on size of group
    Kim’s Gourmet Grill Sauce – enough to cover the tenderloin
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Bake at 350 for 35 minutes (until light pink in the middle). If you choose to use chicken, cook until solid white in the middle. I like to skewer chicken tenderloins and then bake or barbeque them. If you choose to use beef tenderloin, you may need to increase cooking time based on the thickness of the tenderloin. Slice into medallions and serve. Remember, tenderloins continue to cook after you have taken them out of the oven so don’t overcook them.

Compliment your meal with a green salad and twice-baked potatoes, and you have an unforgettable meal.

NOTE: You may choose to marinate your tenderloin prior to cooking for approximately 1 hour. If you don’t have time, that’s OK. It’s still great.

This is also GREAT served chilled with a side of Grill Sauce and toasted sesame seeds for dipping, a wonderful appetizer that can be made the night before.

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Bacon Wrapped Peanutty Catfish
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1/2 Cup
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  Catfish Filets (or any white fish in filet size pieces). Catfish grills well.
8 Slices
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  Wood toothpicks
     
   

Cover catfish filets with Peanut Sauce (you can marinate overnight or do it all in the same day -- marinating overnight will give you a stronger peanut taste).

Roll 1 strip of bacon around 1 peanut sauce soaked catfish and secure with a toothpick. You can leave the bacon out or use turkey bacon if you are on a low fat diet. Grill at a medium heat until cooked or place on cookie sheet (I prefer one with an edge to prevent drips) and bake at 375 for approximately 30 minutes or until fish no longer has a "clear" appearance inside.

Serve with fresh steamed veggies and you have a yummy healthy meal!

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Bacon Wrapped Peanutty Chestnuts – Spicy Peanut Sauce
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¼ Cup spacer Kim’s Gourmet Spicy Peanut Sauce
2 Cans   Whole Water Chestnuts (drained)
1 lb   Bacon (raw or pre-cooked, or Turkey Bacon even works!)
1 Box   Wood Toothpicks
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Combine Peanut Sauce and water chestnuts. Set aside. Cut bacon strips in half and separate for easy handling. Roll 1 strip of bacon around 1 peanut sauce-soaked water chestnut and secure with a toothpick. Place on cookie sheet (preferably one with an edge to prevent drips). Bake meal at 350 for approximately 45 minutes or until bacon is cooked. The pre-cooked bacon is great to use and cuts your baking time and mess in half. Serve with extra peanut sauce to dip. YUM!

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Baked Grilled Chicken Skewers – Grill Sauce
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spacer spacer Raw Chicken Tenderloins
    Bamboo Skewers
    Kim’s Gourmet Grill Sauce
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Use Grill Sauce to coat chicken tenderloins. Skewer one or two tenderloins on to bamboo skewers (depending on size of skewer) and bake at 350 for 20 to 30 minutes until chicken is solid in color. Serve over rice or with fresh, steamed vegetables or BOTH! This is a quick meal everyone loves.

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Best Baked Grilled Potatoes – Grill Sauce
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1 spacer Raw Potato Per Person – diced
1   Kim’s Gourmet Grill Sauce – enough to evenly coat diced potatoes
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Place in baking dish and bake at 350 for about 1 hour, tossing every 15 minutes to assure all around coating and baking. This is a great side dish. Add fresh vegetables (peppers, onions and broccoli) for a new twist!

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Best Baked Grilled Salmon – Grill Sauce
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1 spacer Salmon Filet
1/4 Cup   Kim’s Gourmet Grill Sauce
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Coat uncooked Salmon with Grill Sauce. Place in baking dish and bake at 375 for about 30 minutes. If your salmon filet is thin, decrease baking time. If it is a thick piece, increase baking time. Check for doneness. Or, place on foil or large piece of lettuce and grill on medium heat until done.

Serve with asparagus that is quickly sauteed in a hot pan with a little olive oil, garlic, and a bit of lemon juice!

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Best Surf 'n Turf – Grill Sauce
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This is an all-time favorite of family and friends! From a normal family dinner to a gourmet meal, this steals the show!

8 spacer Uncooked, peeled shrimp
1/4 lb   Scallops - medium size
1/4 lb   Lobster - cut into bite sized pieces
1/2 lb   Beet Tenderloin (or Ribeye) - cut into large cubes
1 Cup   Sliced Mushrooms
1/4 Cup   Butter
2   Cloves fresh garlic (peel and smash with a little salt)
1/4 Cup   Kim’s Gourmet Grill Sauce
3/4 Cup spacer Heavy cream
     
   

In a large skillet, add all ingredients, saute until cooked (make sure skillet is hot). Add ¾ Cup heavy cream, mix to blend.

Compliment your meal with a green salad and twice-baked potatoes and you have an unforgettable meal!

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Chinese Chicken Salad – Oriental Vinaigrette
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1 lb spacer Assorted Lettuce Greens – leafy green preferred
2 Cups   Chicken Breasts – cooked, diced & marinated with Kim’s Teriyaki Sauce
½ Cup   Green Onions – chopped
2 Cups   Chowmein Noodles
½ Cup   Kim’s Gourmet Oriental Vinaigrette
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    Combine all ingredients or arrange on platter. Add mandarin oranges, fresh kiwi, water chestnuts, chopped celery – whatever sounds good!

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Creamy Fruit Vinaigrette Dressing - Oriental Vinaigrette
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2 parts spacer Kim's Oriental Vinaigrette
1 part   Mayo
1/2 Part   Fruit (I love to use blackberries, but peaches, raspberries or strawberries are great too!

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Halloween Dinner Recipe – Grill Sauce
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2 lbs spacer Chicken Tenderloin (fresh or frozen)
4-6   Red Potatoes – cut into chunks (bite-sized pieces)
1 Cup   Kim’s Gourmet Grill Sauce
½ Cup   Water
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Toss all ingredients together. Put in baking dish. Cover with foil. Bake at 300 degrees for about 1 hour or increase the temperature to 350 degrees to reduce the cooking time. Remove from the oven; check the potatoes with a fork to see if they are done. Toss all ingredients again; making sure everything is well coated. Place back into the oven uncovered for approximate 5 to 10 more minutes depending on the potatoes.

Serve with a green salad and your favorite Halloween desert.

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Kim’s Crock Pot Chicken Dinner – Spicy Peanut Sauce
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1 lbs   Raw Chicken (your choice of bone in, bone out, skin or no skin
1 Cup   Kim’s Spicy Peanut Sauce
1 Cup   Water
1   Small Yellow Onion – cubed (optional)
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    Cook on low all day (approximate 8 hours). Serve with baked potatoes, over rice or over pasta. Compliment your meal with a green salad, and you have a very easy meal everyone will enjoy.

NOTE: Although the peanut sauce is spicy, the juices from the chicken lessen the spice factor. You’ll notice this meal takes on a whole new flavor from those meals cooked with straight Peanut Sauce. You family may not even realize you used Peanut Sauce!

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Kim’s Glazed Salmon – Teriyaki Sauce (Original or Spicy)
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¼ Cup spacer Kim’s Gourmet Teriyaki Sauce (Original or Spicy)
1   Salmon Filet (or any other fish!)
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Drizzle Kim’s Gourmet Teriyaki Sauce over the filet. Coat evenly. Using a pastry brush helps get an even coat. Bake at 375 for approximately 20 minutes or grill. Fish should be solid in color inside and pull apart nicely.

This goes great with garlic-mashed potatoes and stringed zucchini/summer squash.

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My Kid’s Favorite Ramin Noodle Stir Fry – Spicy Peanut Sauce and Original Teriyaki
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2 Kg spacer Ramin Noodles – uncooked (throw spices away)
1 Cup   Boiling Water
1/8 Cup   Kim’s Gourmet Spicy Peanut Sauce
¼ Cup   Kim’s Original Teriyaki Sauce
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Boil water directly in frying pan. Add Ramin Noodles and sauces. Cook until all liquid has cooked out and noodles are frying in pan. That’s it. For adults, I like to add Cashews (salt rinsed off), chopped celery, sliced water, chestnuts and sometimes cubed chicken or pork.

This is a very inexpensive meal for a big crowd (or a couple of teenagers!) Double or triple this recipe and you are still under a $10 cost for up to 6 people.

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New Twist on Meatloaf – Teriyaki Sauce (Original or Spicy)
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½ Cup spacer Kim’s Gourmet Teriyaki Sauce (Spicy or Original)
1 tbsp   Kim’s Gourmet Teriyaki Sauce – set aside for later in recipe
1 lb   Low Fat Ground Beef or Ground Turkey
1 Cup   Matzo Meal – found in kosher sections of your grocery store
1 tsp   Salt (optional)
2   Eggs (egg substitute works also)
1   Small Onion – chopped fine
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Mix together (mixture should hold together well, forming a loaf. If too loose, add a little more Matzo Meal. Place in loaf pan and brush on approximately 1 tbsp Teriyaki Sauce to glaze. Bake at 350 for 35 minutes.

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Quick Salad Side Dish – Oriental Vinaigrette
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4 spacer Cucumbers – sliced into circles or seeded and cut into ½ circles
1   Red Onion – sliced thin into rings or chopped
¼ Cup   Kim’s Gourmet Oriental Vinaigrette
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    Combine all ingredients. Serve chilled. Great summer side dish!

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Quick Stir Fry – Teriyaki Sauce, Spicy Peanut Sauce, Spicy Teriyaki Sauce, Grill Sauce
or Oriental Vinaigrette
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4 spacer Boneless Chicken Breast – cuts into ½ inch strips (skinless preferred or catfish nuggets (unbreaded)
¼ Cup   Kim’s Gourmet Teriyaki Sauce, Spicy Peanut Sauce, Spicy Teriyaki Sauce, Grill Sauce or Oriental Vinaigrette
1/8 Cup   Water
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Heat skillet or wok. Add all ingredients and stir until cooked (approximately 10 minutes). Serve over steamed rice, baked potatoes, steamed vegetables or pasta.

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Steak Ka-Bobs Gourmet Grill Style
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spacer spacer Steak of choice – cut into cubes
    Assorted Bell Peppers – cut into approximately 1 x 1 in pieces
    Sweet onion – cut into chunks
    Bamboo Skewers – soaked in water
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Skewer kabobs starting with onion or bell pepper, varying choice until skewer is ¾ full. Leave room for handling. Brush kabob with Grill Sauce and place either on barbeque or in oven at 425. Cook until done to your preference. If baked in an oven, these are easy for large crowds. You’ll spend less time of the fires.

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Super Simple Party Wings – Spicy Peanut and Original or Spicy Teriyaki
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spacer spacer Frozen (or thawed) chicken wings
    Deep Dish Baking Pan
    Kim’s Gourmet Teriyaki Sauce (Spicy or Original) OR Kim’s Gourmet Spicy Peanut Sauce
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    Coat wings with your choice of Kim’s Gourmet sauce. Place in deep baking dish and bake at 375 (stirring wings to re coat as well as turn wings for even baking approximately every ½ hour for 2 to 3 hours depending on the intensity of your oven. If you are using a convection oven, this should take approximately 1 hour. Cooking these wings slowly gives you gooey, flavorful wings with lots of the fat cooked off. YUM!de dish!

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Vegetable Menagerie – Oriental Vinaigrette
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4 Cups spacer Asparagus – cut into approximately 2” lengths (not chopped)
3 Cups   Celery – chopped
¼ Cup   Green Onions – chopped
3 Cups   Yellow Squash – sliced & halved
3 Cups   Cauliflower – bite size pieces
3 Cups   Green Beans – cut in half
2 Cups   Carrots – sliced into circles
4 Cups   Linguini Noodles – pre-cooked & chilled
2 Cups   Kim’s Gourmet Oriental Vinaigrette
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    Toss Vinaigrette into vegetable blend. Marinate for approximately 1 hour or to your preference.

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Versatile Sandwich Sauce A-La-Grill – Grill Sauce
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2 Parts spacer Kim’s Gourmet Grill Sauce
1 Part   Mayonnaise
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Use as a sandwich sauce with any kind of meat or vegetable. It’s GREAT!

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