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3.29.2011

Pineapple Teriyaki Pork with Soba Noodles


Who's ready for an easy, yummy dinner idea!?
:)

I think having my new Electrolux stove, is making me want to cook more.
I feel like, it's just "too cool" to have it sitting around doing nothing, like my other stove was.
ha!

This last week, I was in the mood for some oriental food, so I picked up this bottle of Pineapple and Sake Teriyaki marinade and Soba noodles, to hopefully create something, even CLOSE to what I was craving :)


Here's how it all came together:



First, I marinated some pork cutlets in the Teriyaki,
while sauteing the mushrooms in a little bit of butter.


Once the mushrooms were done, I put them aside, and cooked my pork in some of the teriyaki sauce, till almost done.


Then I added some pineapple tidbits, and the mushrooms back in, with the meat.


Boiled up my Soba noodles,


mixed them in, and...
Ta-da!

That's it!  Add some green beans, and you've got yourself a healthy meal!



My kids ACTUALLY ate it!  Really!  Noodles made out of wheat rice, and all!
Who would have thunk?

For me and Cason?... yup, we loved it too
 :)

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And after the kitchen has cleared, but before the dishes are done... I treat myself to one of these....Almost EVERY night.
If you haven't experienced a dark chocolate ball from See's, for yourself...
You're definitely missing out.
This is a post in a series of six posts, sponsored by Electrolux as part as HomeBuzz.
I am receiving an Electrolux appliance in exchange for my participation.

35 comments:

  1. Hi there, I really enjoy your blog....laughing about the dark chocolate...My husband eats the dove singles every day too...yum!!!...wanted to let you know that I'm hosting a giveaway over on my blog..you and your blog are a great inspiration to me....Happy Tuesday, Mariaelena

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  2. Looks absolutely delicious! I'll have to make this! Thank you!

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  3. Looks yummy...I'm coming to your house for dinner. :-) I'll have to try this...it's a nice change from the typical "something with chicken" I always do.

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  4. This looks yummy! I am going to have to give it a try!

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  5. Where did you get the marinade? Sounds yummy and I am in the "try new recipes" mode...

    ~alicia
    proof-of-love.blogspot.com

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  6. That looks delicious! Did your kids really eat the mushrooms?

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  7. Yummo!!!! Definitely need to try out THAT one!! Both myself AND hubby were "mmmm"in' it up after reading that =)

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  8. yum that looks delicious (minus the mushrooms). i've never tried soba noodles on my own. i'll have to try.

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  9. what store did you find that marrinade in? This is what I would be making for dinner if I could!

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  10. That looks really tasty! I've never cooked soba noodles I might have to try it soon.

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  11. Woa that looks delish! Can you get the marinade/soba noodles at Smiths or did you have to go to a specialty store?

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  12. Looks delish!!
    And girl anything Dark Chocolate I loooove!
    :)

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  13. i've got to try that dish, it looks so yummy!

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  14. Totally going to make this but subbing chicken. Thanks for sharing!!

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  15. I agree about the chocolate! I have been checking out your last couple posts...congrats on the fundraising...that is amazing! You and your family are adorable :)

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  16. sounds very good and satisfying and that clean plate really says it all

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  17. This looks so tasty!!! I'll have to try it very soon!!!
    Thx for sharing!
    By the way...I'm so very jealous of your new Electrolux!!!
    :)

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  18. Marinate? Saute? Blah blah what?
    See's? THAT is a language I understand. I am a chocolate snob and See's.Is.IT! ;)

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  19. Ooh that looks yummy, I always need some inspiration in the kitchen!

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  20. That looks delicious! Will have to give it a try. The chocolate looks super yummy too, but we don't keep any in the house as our youngest can't have it due to her migraines (bummer).

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  21. Well we love all things Asian when it come to food so I am sure this would be a hit! Isn't cooking on a nice stove such a pleasure? ... it really even makes mac and cheese a pleasure.. Th solid surface is so nice.. but keep up with it since while is gas it is SS under the burners and I have a few spots I just cant get clean anymore.. I suspect if I were a more "swedish" style house keeper this would have never become a problem in the first place :)

    Maddie

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  22. Mmmmm, looks good! I love soba noodles, but the local grocery store stopped selling them - booo!

    It just so happens that I'm having a recipe exchange on my blog today - would love to have you link up to it :-)

    http://jaxdoesdesign.blogspot.com/2011/03/kate-kellys-great-blog-recipe-exchange_29.html

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  23. That recipe sounds awesome! I'm so happy that you got those fancy new appliances for FREE!!!

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  24. That looks delicious! I might be able to sneak that in for dinner sometime, I know I would look it however my hubby and kids are just about the pickiest eaters I know!

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  25. Can I just tell you how jealous I am that your kids actually ate it! That is my type of food for sure and one I will definitely have to try! Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Hey girl I happened upon your blog through my blog hopping! It's your old buddy from beauty school...April! Your family is soooo darling and you are so super creative! How fun to see you... you look great! Funny thinking about how we all changed since those good ol' maximum style days. I don't blog or facebook lol... so email me so we can catch up aprill@brigham.net :)

    Take care... April Clark Lamborn

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  27. oooh thanks for the new dinner idea!

    and ps- a bunch of your "fans" aka: me and my sista's are anxiously waiting to see your famous dining room shelves all decked out for Easter. We need some inspiration. Now get to it girl! :)

    Sandee
    princeposse@gmail.com

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  28. the pork and noodles look super tasty! i have to admit, i am pretty envious of your sweet new stove...but, girl, you need a new pan to do it justice!

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  29. That looks so delish~ thanks for the yummy recipe! I am lovin' your blog, and needin' some chocolate;)

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  30. What a FAB dish - impressive seeing those little girls enjoying their meal !

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  31. Delicious-looking meal! Thanks for the recipe- going to try this week ;)
    PS: Have you had Kirkland choco-covered almonds? Those are our nightly must-haves... Mmm!

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