Today’s post isn’t so much of a recipe as it is a method.
A wicked tasty method, but, simply a method, still.
I did next to nothing. My husband came across a skewer special while we were at Whole Foods and, the price was good, and I recalled them being “ok” the last time we had them, so, I went in search of something for a quick marinade, since it was already mid-afternoon and these were for tonight.
This Coconut Aminos® teriyaki looked interesting – and one look at the ingredients revealed an organic, simple blend of ingredients – all for (eek!) 7.99 per ten ounce bottle.
Still and all, I was intrigued, so picked up one bottle to go with the skewers and home we went.
I removed the skewers from their tray and added them to a gallon sized zipper bag, then emptied the whole bottle in on top; flipping the bag a couple of times to get all of the skewers in contact with the sauce.
Note: the skewers themselves are just about too long to go in the zipper bag without puncturing it, so, proceed with caution and, of course, arrange the bag on a rimmed plate or platter for to catch any drippages.
Stash in the fridge for a couple of hours, flipping the bag when you think to.
Remove from the fridge and allow to come to room temperature while you (my husband) preheat and prep the grill.
Allow your husband to manage the grilling bit, then remove from the heat and allow to rest on a platter for five minutes or so before serving.
This was SO much better than the last time we tried these skewers (plain)! The teriyaki is just how we like it, and it added a great flavor to the meat and veggies and we thoroughly enjoyed it with glasses of one of our new fave $5 (!) rosé wines.
This Target brand wine is every bit as good as some we’ve had costing two, three, even four times as much; so, check it out!
Note: my posts are not sponsored in any way, shape, or form, the nice folk at Target and Coconut Secret have done nothing but sold me products that we totally enjoy.