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Recipes for a Fabulous Fourth of July from Maui Maid Teriyaki Marinade

We at Maui Maid LOVE the Fourth of July!  What is not to love?  Family, friends, good food and of course, fireworks.  This year why not get some “oohs” and “aahs” BEFORE the fireworks?  Chef Ivan Flowers, Executive Chef at Top Of The Market, has created a fabulous menu for this year’s celebration.  What follows are recipes for a complete Fourth of July party.  From a great watermelon salad to butter pecan sundaes.  Read on & happy Fourth of July!

 

 

Summer Teriyaki Watermelon Salad

Serves Four

1 Seedless Watermelon, diced into 1 inch cubes

½ Cup Red Onion, finely chopped

1/8 Cup Cilantro, chopped

1 Tbsp. Fresh Lime Juice

1 Tbsp. Fresh Lemon Juice

2 Tbsp. Maui Maid Teriyaki

Salt & Pepper to taste

In large bowl combine watermelon, red onion & cilantro.  Whisk together lime, lemon, Maui Maid Teriyaki, salt & pepper.  Toss with watermelon salad & serve chilled.

Watermelon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hawaiian Baked Beans

Serves Four

2 16 Ounce Cans Low Sodium Pinto Beans, rinsed & drained

1 Small Sweet Onion, minced

1 Cup Diced Thick Cut Bacon

2 Tbsp. Dark Brown Sugar

½ Cup Maui Maid Teriyaki

1 Tbsp. Mustard

½ Cup Tomato Paste

1 Tsp. Balsamic Vinegar

Salt & Pepper to taste

 

 

Sauté bacon in large pot over medium heat until fat is rendered.  Remove bacon with slotted spoon & reserve.  To bacon fat add onion & garlic.  Cook until soft.  Add tomato paste & cook until paste is well distributed on onions & garlic.  Add drained beans to the pot.  Stir in reserved bacon, mustard, brown sugar, balsamic & Maui Maid Teriyaki.  Reduce heat to low & let simmer 20 minutes.

Baked Beans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grilled Tri-Tip with Maui Maid Teriyaki Glaze

Salt

Pepper

1 32 Ounce Tri-Tip Steak

¼ Cup Unsalted Butter

1 Tsp. White Vinegar

¼ Tsp. Sugar

4 Tbs. Maui Maid Teriyaki

½ Tsp. Granulated Garlic

Let Tri-Tip sit at room temperature for 20 minutes.  Coat both sides generously with salt & pepper.  Grill over medium heat until medium rare (120 degrees).  Let rest, untented, at least 7 minutes before serving.

Maui Maid Teriyaki Glaze

Melt Butter in a saucepan over medium low heat.  Once butter is melted add vinegar, sugar, Maui Maid Teriyaki & garlic.  Whisk until combined.  Hold over low heat.

Slice rested Tri-Tip and brush slices with Maui Maid Glaze.

Tri-Tip

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Butter Pecan Ice Cream Sundaes with Chocolate Hazelnut Teriyaki Syrup & Spiced Pecans

½ Gallon Favorite Butter Pecan Ice Cream

½ Lb. Good Quality Dark Chocolate, chopped into small pieces

1 Tsp. Brewed Strong Coffee

1 Tsp. Frangelico Liqueur or Hazelnut Syrup

1Tbs. Heavy Cream

1 Tbs. Maui Maid Teriyaki

In a double boiler, over medium heat (water should be at simmer, not boil), place chopped dark chocolate & stir until chocolate is melted.  Remove chocolate from heat & whisk in Frangelico, cream & Maui Maid.

Pour warm chocolate sauce over scoops of butter pecan ice cream & top with spiced teriyaki pecans (recipe follows).

Butter Pecan Ice CreamChocolate Sauce

 

 

Spiced Teriyaki Baked PecansPecans

Makes 4 cups

2 Tablespoons red pepper flakes

1 teaspoon Cayenne pepper

4 cups Pecans

3 tablespoons Maui Maid Teriyaki Sauce

2 teaspoons honey

1 Teaspoon butter (melted)

In a bowl add teriyaki, pepper flakes, butter, Cayenne and honey

Add nuts and coat well

Place nuts on sprayed parchment paper on a sheet pan

Place in a 350F oven for 20 minutes

We hope you have a spectacular Fourth of July and enjoy sharing these recipes with your guests.  For even more recipes go to http://www.teriyakiworld.net

Fourth of July

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St. Patrick’s Day… Hawaiian Style

So, as much as we love Irish food (did we mention our obsession with Irish Soda bread?), we challenged Chef Ivan Flowers to deliciously incorporate our Maui Maid Teriyaki Marinade into some traditional Irish flavors.  Well, he knocked it out of the park.  So, please enjoy these recipes and Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

 

Sweet and Sour Braised Pork Stuffed Napa Cabbage Roll*

by Chef Ivan Flowers

 

Serves Four

1 head Napa cabbage

1 pound fresh ground pork

1 each 12 ounce can whole San Marzano tomatoes

1 small sweet onion finely chopped

2 tablespoons garlic puree

¼ cup white vinegar

¼ cup sugar

2 cups Chardonnay

2 cups cooked white rice

¼ cup Maui Maid Teriyaki sauce

2 tablespoons olive oil

2 tablespoons mascarpone cheese

Juice of 2 lemons

2 tablespoons sweet chili sauce

2 teaspoons fresh chopped tarragon

 

Place cabbage in salted boiling water for 8 minutes with lemon juice

Remove cool and separate into individual leafs.  Make sure to slice middle ridge so the leaf is totally flat for rolling, reserve

Heat a large sauté pan with olive oil over medium heat

Place onions in pan and sweat for 7 minutes

Add pork and sauté for another 10 minutes making sure to break up pork with a spoon as you sauté

Add garlic puree and cook till garlic is caramelized

Now add  Spicy Maui Maid Teriyaki Marinade and reduce till mixture has reduced.

Drain off excess liquid and cool mixture at room temperature

Add cooked rice along with mascarpone cheese and chopped fresh tarragon. Combine well

Take a tablespoon of mixture and place in cabbage leaf, roll tightly to form a cabbage burrito roll

 

The Sauce

Pulse tomatoes with the liquid in a blender for 20 seconds

Add tomatoes to a pot along with vinegar, sugar, white wine and sweet chili sauce and reduce by 1/3

Place cabbage rolls in a baking dish and cover with liquid by two thirds

Cover with aluminum foil and place in a 350F degree oven for 25 minutes

Serve in a bowl and drizzle sauce over cabbage

 

Stuffed Cabbage

 

 

 

 

 

*Note- if you choose Maui Maid All Natural Spicy Teriyaki Marinade, this recipe is gluten free!

 

This next  Irish inspired recipe is for all of us that are always pressed for time.  Chef Flowers created this so that it can be on table in less than 15 minutes!

 

Corned Beef Reuben, Spiced Teriyaki Swiss Fondue and Creamy Cole Slaw

by Chef Ivan Flowers

 

Serves Four

 

1 pound sliced corned beef

8 slices rye bread

2 tablespoons Spicy Maui Maid Teriyaki sauce

½ pound aged Swiss cheese cut into ¼ inch pieces

1 tablespoon unsalted butter softened

½ pound store bought chilled creamy mayonnaise based cole slaw, excess liquid drained

 

Brush both sides of rye bread with butter and place in a sauté pan over medium high heat for 2 minutes on each side.  Just enough to toast.

Place swiss cheese in a bowl and add Maui Maid teriyaki sauce. Cover with plastic wrap

Place sliced corned beef in a bowl with 2 tablespoons of water, and then cover with plastic wrap

Place warm toast on plate, and then microwave corn beef for 1 minute

Then microwave cheese teriyaki mixture for 90 seconds or till a smooth gooey fondue appears. Stir well.

Place corned beef on bread, spoon over swiss fondue, place cole slaw on top

Cut in half and serve with a new pickle and steak cut fries

Offer a side of thousand island dressing

Reuben Sandwich

 

 

 

 

 

For more recipes go to http://www.teriyakiworld.net

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Shamrocks

 

 

 

 

 

Apricot Teriyaki Roasted Chicken- It’s What’s for Dinner!

Let’s face it, sometimes coming up with something “new” for dinner is difficult.  Especially when you are trying to please a family AND stay within a budget.  Well, we are here to help!  Chef Ivan Flowers created this recipe for Maui Maid to be simple to make and delicious…

Serve this roast chicken with a tossed green salad or some roasted potatoes.

Apricot Teriyaki Roasted Chicken

By Chef Ivan Flowers

 

 

Serves Four

 

1 each five pound roasting chicken

2 sprigs thyme

2 lemons

2 cups apricot marmalade

1/2 cup Maui Maid Teriyaki Marinade

1/4 cup red wine vinegar

1 teaspoon granulated garlic

1 teaspoon oregano

2 teaspoons olive oil

 

Place lemons (pierced) and thyme inside chicken

In a large bowl combine marmalade,Maui Maid Teriyaki Marinade, vinegar,garlic, oregano and olive oil

 

Place chicken in bowl and coat well

Place chicken on a rack and roast at 275F for 2 hours

 Roast Chicken Apricot Teriyaki Glaze

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Award Worthy Oscar Snacks

We don’t know about you, but we love the Oscars!  The fashion, the stars and especially, the excuse to have a party.  So we thought we would share with you some award worthy snacks and cocktails to share with your friends on this upcoming Oscar night.

This Teriyaki Satay sauce, created by Chef Ivan Flowers, works well on chicken, beef, pork, veggies and even pasta.

Spiced Teriyaki Peanut Butter Satay Sauce

2 cups peanut butter

3 ounces Spiced Maui Maid Teriyaki Sauce

Juice of 1 lime and 1 lemon

2 teaspoons chopped fresh cilantro

Place peanut butter in a metal bowl over boiling water

Whisk till smooth then add teriyaki sauce, lemon and lime juice and chopped cilantro

Place vegetable or meat of choice on skewers.  Remember if they are wooden to soak  in water at least 10 minutes.  Grill skewered meat or vegetables & brush generously with Teriyaki Satay sauce during last few minutes of grilling.  Serve warm or at room temperature with extra sauce for dipping.

Teriyaki Chicken Satay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now, you are going to want to serve a cocktail (or two!) to your guests.  Why not a Bloody Mary Bar?  Make the Bloody Mary mix (recipe follows), then serve with a choice of vodkas (plain, citrus flavored, spicy) and add-ins like: olives, limes, bacon, celery, pickled okra etc. Your guests will have a ball “creating” their Bloody Mary masterpieces.

Teriyaki Bloody Mary Mix

2 -46 ounce Bottles of Low Sodium V-8 or Tomato Juice

6 ounces Maui Maid Teriyaki Marinade

2 Tablespoons Horseradish

Juice of 3 Lemons

Juice of 2 Limes

1 Tablespoon Black Pepper

Combine ingredients and refrigerate until ready to serve.

Teriyaki Bloody Mary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Oscar party!

For more recipes go to http://www.teriyakiworld.net

 

 

 

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