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Tuna, salmon, snapper, and swordfish are best for the grill--their firm flesh holds together over the grate. Add an Asian flair when you add a teriyaki, honey, ginger, and garlic marinade.
Serve these Asian-marinated shell steaks on a bed of spaghetti and green beans.
Steaming is ideal for cooking springtime's slender asparagus stalks to tender perfection.
Shallots, teriyaki sauce, and almonds flavor frozen green beans in this simple side dish. These also make a tasty snack.
Dress this fresh vegetable side dish recipe, featuring grape or cherry tomatoes, snow pea pods, and shallots with a dressing of sesame and peanut oil and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Serve it in just 10 minutes.
It's easy to dress up a turkey breast. Take the pieces of mango from a jar of chutney and stuff them into slits cut into the meat. Then combine the chutney liquid with teriyaki sauce and you have a delicious low-fat main dish.
Looking for a low-fat main-dish recipe? Try this shrimp, vegetable, and noodle one-dish meal that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.
Grilled teriyaki chicken with pineapple can be made with just a few pantry staples. Although it's delicious when made with canned pineapple, fresh pineapple and its juice can easily be used in its place. Serve with brown rice and snow peas.
Hoisin sauce, found in condiment or Asian food sections of supermarkets and in specialty food stores, glazes the mushrooms in this main-dish beef recipe.
This Asian-style 30-minute meal pairs ginger and apricot sauced pork chops with a pasta and snow pea side dish.
This 30-minute meal is low-calorie, low-fat, and sure to please everyone around the table.
While lo mein gets its name from the kind of Chinese noodle traditionally used in the dish, other noodles, including angel hair pasta and vermicelli, easily can be substituted in this slow cooker special.
Lots of veggies, grilled chicken and a peanut dressing blend to create this chilled main-dish salad.
Teriyaki sauce and sesame oil lend Asian flavors to this holiday snack. Sesame sticks and wasabi peas are fun additions to the traditional cereal and peanut mix.