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Beef Teriyaki- Thai Pork Salad- Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Buttermilk Glaze and Cream Cheese Frosting Recipe
by Bunny Bostow

Carol and Cyndy have an Asian theme going on for dinner, I went with a Carrot Cake Cuppie for dessert. But not just any cuppie, this ones a little special! Carol's Beef Teriyaki recipe is one that I've been making for years and can't for the life of me remember where it came from. So I don't have a link for it, sorry. It's a wonderful recipe that our son Mike would eat every week if I let him, I play with the brown sugar a little and add 2 tbls more than the recipe calls for because I always double the recipe. The kids love it and there's never anything left over when they're done with it! Carol's pictures of the dish are wonderful! Ok here we go!!!

Carol Made:

Beef Teriyaki

I was in the mood for Broccoli Beef tonight-had some fresh broccoli that needed used too-and I remembered Bunny told me about a recipe that she makes a lot that her family loves. I had copied it a while back and forgotten all about it. I dug it out..took a look...had everything for it and thought PERFECT...dinner dilemma solved.

This is REALLY good and REALLY easy! The only change I made was I used fresh ginger instead of the ground ginger...I have fresh ginger pieces in the freezer that I grate with my Microplane while they're still frozen....I love using fresh ginger when I can.

We had this over brown rice that I cooked in low sodium beef broth...just before serving I stirred in some sliced green onions. They complimented everything perfectly. I bet this would be good with some fresh mushrooms in it too.

I'll be making this one again for sure Thanks for telling me about it Bunny...I love these quick to put together dinners!!!

Carol

BEEF TERIYAKI

(Source: Bunny)

Preparation

Beat butter and cream cheese at medium speed with an electric mixer until creamy. Add powdered sugar and vanilla; beat until smooth.