Sunday, May 31, 2015

Fire up the grill for Memorial Day, 4th of July and beyond with San-J Sauces @SanJTamari

My favorite summer activity is firing up the grill on a weekend evening. It makes dinner so much easier and delicious. Creating a delicious meal in the summer on the grill is a snap with San-J Sauces.  It can be a challenge though if you have guests with special diet needs. San-J is always partnering with amazing chefs that create delectable recipes that take care of the whole family and even your special guests. San-J Sauces let you get creative even if you have vegetarians, gluten-free guests or even visitors following a paleo diet.  San-J has it covered with new, healthy recipes for Summer 2015. I already sampled a few of them so I am happy to share. 

Bring together family and friends to create a memorable meal anytime this summer from Memorial Day to 4th of July all the way through Labor Day. Fire up the grill, choose a San-J sauce and entertain in style for all your guests.  Check out San-J’s line of gluten-free cooking sauces and brand new recipes. San-J has a long, unrivaled reputation in the cooking industry for their premium gluten-free Tamari soy sauce and Asian inspired cooking sauces. They are constantly innovating with new varieties and options. It keeps holiday cook-outs fresh with new summer flavors and tastes.

Are you ready to fire up the grill?  San-J Asian inspired recipes created by professional recipe developer Carol Kicinski. She makes fresh food and a gluten-free lifestyle simple with her quick prep and easy to cook meals. San-J has you covered with a dish for everyone from Orange Chipotle Grilled Chicken with Citrus Salsa to Fire Roasted Grilled Vegetable Salad and Mexican Sweet Potato Salad.


I love to create my own recipes really is easy with the San-J Sauces. I just adore the Mongolian Stir Fry and Marinade. It adds a delicious flavor to beef or tofu and vegetables. Asian BBQ is delish on any meat or tofu as well. Don't forget about the fresh citrus flavor of the San-J Orange Sauce and Glaze. The sky is the limit with your summer recipes and creations. You can take a peek at Carol's recipes and go from there. You can always sub in a different vegetable like red or green cabbage or switch out chicken for tofu depending on your dietary needs or interests.

One of the recipes I love to make in the summer is anything with shrimp. They are so versatile because they can be used as an appetizer or main meal. This Grilled Asian BBQ Shrimp is a super recipe. I can make it in a flash and everyone loves it.

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