MEAT SUBSTITUTE SEASONINGS

 
 
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BEEF BULGOGI SEASONING

This bulgogi recipe is made with flavorful marinade ingredients like soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, brown sugar and Asian pear. Most of the ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. Enjoy this recipe as an appetizer or entree.

 
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THAI BASIL SEASONING

Thai basil is strong like sweet basil, pungent and herbal. Both types also contain a certain spicy element, but Thai basil differs from sweet basil in its slight licorice flavor.

 
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TOM YUM SEASONING

Soak up the exotic flavors of Thailand with this authentic Tom Yum marinade. Fresh lemongrass, lemon juice and kaffir lime leaves make for a delicious way to flavor chicken, pork or shrimp, while minced Thai chili peppers make it spicy. This classic Thai marinade is a true taste of Thailand.

 
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BOLOGESE SEASONING

The Bolognese marinate seasoning is a classic Italian sauce for pasta made with ground meat such as beef. It's slow cooked with a soffritto of onions, carrots, and celery, tomatoes, and milk to give it a creamy texture.

 
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KOREAN SPICY
SEASONING

If you're tired of the same old flavors behind your barbecues, try this Korean-Style marinade. Made with soy sauce, sesame seed oil, ginger, garlic and several other Korean staples, it'll add different flavors to your grilling palate. Soak some chicken in yourself before grilling up this flavorful Asian treat.

 
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GRILL KEBAB SEASONING

It's a simple marinade made with just four ingredients: honey, soy sauce, vegetable oil, and ground black pepper. We love it for its simplicity but also because it means delicious chicken kebab every time.