Zucchini stir fry with cremini mushrooms, oven dried tomatoes in a house made orange teriyaki sauce


Wither it’s for a quick mid-day snack or a family meal, this stir fry is quick, light and easy alternative to a regular option.


There are a few ways to prepare zucchini pasta, or noodles, at home. The first is the easiest, an interest tool called spiralizer, follow instructions that comes with this product, it can be found at local grocery stores and other kitchen aid stores. Another a simpler option is a box grater. Choose a smaller size hole on the box grater. Grate along the sides of your zucchini, working in long motions. You’ll end up with zucchini that is constant with pasta noodles. Set aside
In a low 225 degree oven slowly roast your choice of tomatoes for 4-5 hours. Toss in a little olive oil, chopped up herb and salt and pepper. For our recipe we choose grape tomatoes. These tomatoes are also a good addition to salad and pastas.
  • 1 cup soy sauce (gluten free soy sauce also an option)
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1/2 half inch ginger
  • 1/2 half orange
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1/2 shallots
  • 1/2 sugar
5-7 medium cremini mushrooms
Cut oranges in the small wedges. Peel and chop finely, shallots, ginger and garlic. Combine with all other ingredients in a small sauce pan and reduce by 50 %.

When sauce is complete, in a medium frying pan, sear off mushrooms, zucchini and tomatoes to get a light caramelization. Add half your teriyaki sauce to coat. You can then add the remainder of the teriyaki sauce to your liking.

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About Chef Romaine Newell:

Chef Romaine Newell and his team have come up with a new delicious and healthy menu, believing in farm to table and seasonal ingredients we are extremely excited to introduce this unique menu! Experience a surprising twist on healthy options! Take in the sunset as you begin your meal in a luxurious atmosphere illuminated with Swarovski crystals. As daylight slowly fades, the radiant brilliance of our Swarovski crystal chandeliers and the warm glow emanating from inset fireplaces imbue PeakFine with glamour and warmth for an unforgettable dining experience.

Monday, April 04 2016

Posted by: Chef Romaine Newell


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