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Leftover Teriyaki Thin cooked beef, what to do?

funholidaygirl Jun 5, 2007 07:20 PM

I have a lot of leftover sandwich steak marinated in teriyaki that I cooked on the grill. I do not feel like fried rice. Anybody have any suggestions. It is pretty thin but it does have a good teriyaki flavor.

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    mojoeater Jun 5, 2007 07:49 PM

    I immediately thought salad, since it's been hot. A quick search on Epicurious brought up an Asian Steak and Noodle Salad that looks good: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/rec...

    And you can always freeze it in individual portion to use as you see fit.

    1. hannaone Jun 5, 2007 07:49 PM

      Since fried rice is out -
      Add to an omelet
      teri taco
      make a sandwich with thin sliced cucumber and thin sliced onion (really good with a garlic bread sub style sandwich)
      shred it, boil a couple eggs, peel em & boil again in soy sauce, cut in half and serve with hot white rice with the shredded meat.

      1. KaimukiMan Jun 5, 2007 08:22 PM

        nothing better with a bowl of hot or cold noodles

        1. mochi mochi Jun 5, 2007 09:56 PM

          I wrap it around par boiled string beans and then broil it so the meat gets a little charred. Nice appetizer. I have also threaded it onto skewers with mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, green onions, whatever I have handy and then bbq or broil them up. Can also make musubi, using a spam musubi maker.

          1. oakjoan Jun 6, 2007 12:21 PM

            I usually make salad with leftover marinated, grilled flank steak. Had it a couple of days ago, actually. Since the marinade I make is Asianesque, it would work fine with teriyaki. I just made a regular oil and vinegar dressing with added garlic and mustard. Tastes great.

            1. funholidaygirl Jun 7, 2007 06:36 AM

              THanks for everybody's suggestions. I made a Vietnamese Beef Noodle soup that was pretty good. I had Thai basil in my herb garden and many other of the ingredients. I bought beef broth but next time I will buy the low sodium type. Of course it did not stop me from eating three full bowls.

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