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05-22 Teriyaki tempeh skewers

These are great, especially as a side to Asian dishes when you want a bit more protein.
Next time you go to a bring-your-own-meat bbq,
this is an easy option besides the usual burger or hot dog.

Simply slice some tempeh into wide and thick wedges
slather it in Teriyaki sauce (I like Annie Chun's, it doesn't have msg, etc. )
Place on skewer and roast under your broiler, turning halfway or on the barbie
It only takes 5-10 min depending on the size.

See Brant's or Robyn's teriyaki chicken recipes to make Teriyaki from scratch

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