For some this is like a tangy version of soy sauce, but we like using it a bit more selectively: Use it to marinate steak, pork and chicken or try it with some olive oil for tangy salad dressing. We find it’s the perfect dipping sauce for wontons, chicken skewers, and all kinds of dumplings. Finally, instead of a squeeze of lemon, you may be surprised to find a dash of Yuzu Ponzu is a fun substitute.
Yakitori Party (1 OF 3) Yakitori chicken and salad with ponzu sauce
• 2 medium cucumbers
• 3 carrots
• 4 radishes
• Sesame or olive oil for dressing
• 2 cloves garlic
• 1 small red onion
• 6 green onions
• 2 lb. boneless, skinless chicken thighs or
very firm tofu
• Canola oil
• Salt and pepper
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MEAL PREP STRATEGY AND TIPS
1. Marinate chicken.
2. Soak wooden skewers if using.
3. Peel and cut salad vegetables.
4. Prepare salad dressing.
5. Make soup per package instructions.
6. Broil or grill yakitori chicken skewers.
7. Dress salad and serve with soup and
skewers (plus ponzu sauce for dipping).
Note: This Ponzu is flavored with bonito
(fish), but vegetarians can substitute lemon
• Estimated prep and cook time: 70-80
• Meal can be divided in half to serve 2
instead of 4
• Tbsp. = tablespoon
• Tsp. = teaspoon