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Hibachi Night on the Blackstone Griddle


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No stovetop no problem night 3: Hibachi night. Seared Ahi tuna with a sesame tamari aioli , Simple salad with a tahini sesame dressing, Teriyaki Chicken stir fry, Garlic Ginger Shrimp stir fry and keto fried miracle rice. All sugar free and keto approved.
Rice is Miracle Rice (konjac root based) bacon, green onion, bell peppers, eggs, tamari and sesame oil.

Chicken was marinated in a sugar free teriyaki 1 cup of tamari (you can use soy) , 2 cups water, 4 tbsp rice wine vinegar, 4 tsp dark sesame oil, 2/3 - 1 cup of Golden Lakanto or Swerve Brown, 2 tbsp fresh minced ginger and 4 cloves garlic minced.

Shrimp was more of a garlic ginger marinade 1/2 cup tamari, 4 tbsp rice wine vinegar, 4 tbsp EVOO, 2 tbsp brown sugar sub (Golden lakanto or Swerve Brown) 2 tsp hot chili sesame oil, 6 cloves of minced garlic and 2 tbsp grated fresh ginger.

Appetizer is going to be sesame seared ahi tuna so made a simple aioli out of Dukes mayo, garlic, tamari and sesame oil.

Cut up a bunch of broccoli , onions, green onions, mushrooms, peppers , baby bok choy and some bacon.
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Of we go starting by precooking a lot of the veggies

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With most of the veggies cooked moving on to the fried "rice". Starting off with some diced up bacon for flavor.
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Added a ton of green onions and some bell pepper to the bacon. Threw the konjac root "rice' on with some sesame oil.
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Hit the "rice" with some sesame oil and tamari then you have to have some eggs for fried rice.

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Fried "rice" all done.
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Time to get the chicken and shrimp on the grill. I will do then and then last when its time to pull it all together Ill sear the tuna in pure sesame.

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After each was ready I mixed in the precooked veggies to heat them back up and finish things off.
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Salad was pretty simple, just some lettuce, tomato, radish and bean sprouts with a tahini sesame dressing.

Seared Ahi tuna with some tuxedo sesame seeds plated up with some of the tamari sesame aioli and some pickled ginger.

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Here is the main course plated up. Forgot to mention the baby bok choy. I cooked it in butter and garlic , a little salt and pepper and a lot of garlic. Put a little red pepper flake on it too. Pretty tasty.

That's another wrap. Was super tasty and we have a LOT of leftovers from this for the week. thanks for looking!!


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A wonderful piece of work, kind of makes me get over my rice hatred, I'd love to eat that! Like, RAY

Brian Trommater

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Wow. Looks like a 5 star meal to me! This going on the list. I could eat low carb everyday like this!
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Awesome meal there guy. Sure could pull my chair up to that plate.


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Jeff, yet another beautiful, stunning, stellar meal my friend. Simply breathtaking...as usual. I'm telling ya, no need to replace the broken stove. Just set the griddle in the spot where the stove used to be and save the money to buy more food for more of these meals. I am impressed buddy!! :emoji_wink:


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Jeff, what a nice lookin' meal my friend !

And the presentation is awesome as always....




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Wow Jeff!!
That's some Awesome Stuff there!!----> Like.
I picture myself grabbing that Dish with the whole mixture in it, and running with it in my right arm, while my left arm is straight in front, ready to straight-arm anybody getting in my way to the goal line!!
BTW: Bear Jr used to make me some Awesome Ahi Tuna, just like that, because I don't have anything here that gets hot enough, unless I use my charcoal lighting chimney.



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Gosh that looks good, but I could have just ate the tuna.
I just love that stuff, cooked rare, can’t beat it. Honestly I‘d rather eat a well cooked tuna steak than a ribeye! But it has to be done perfectly like yours!!!


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Awesome looking meal! The taste had to be out of this world with all those flavors. I bet you drive your neighbors nuts when you're out cooking. And your plating never ceases to amaze!


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