[Save time and make in advance] 8 popular frozen meat (chicken/pork) seasoning recipesNot only can you preserve meat deliciously, but it's also a great help for making meals on busy days! Here are 8 recipes for freezing meat seasonings.
Chicken marinated in ketchupChicken recipe marinated in ketchup and sauce and grilled. Place the cut chicken in a storage bag, mix it with the sauce, and store it in the freezer. The approximate shelf life is 3 to 4 weeks. When you are ready to use it, either move it to the refrigerator or use the microwave function to defrost it and bake it.
The sweetness of the ketchup and the richness of the sauce have a mellow taste that strangely reminds me of chicken nuggets. The flavor will meld over time, making it perfect for lunch boxes. It's a seasoning that goes well not only with chicken, but also with minced pork, swordfish, etc.
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Chicken marinated in sesame dressingPickled grilled recipe using sesame dressing. Put the sesame dressing and grated garlic in a storage bag, add the chicken breast and mix well. Estimated storage time in the freezer is 3 to 4 weeks. When ready to eat, fry the thawed meat in a frying pan and it's done.
The moist and soft texture created by pickling is appealing. It's recommended as a delicious way to eat cheap chicken breast, but of course you can also use chicken thighs. The result is a juicier taste.
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Grilled chicken with salt koji cheeseA chicken recipe using shio-koji, which is also known as a "versatile seasoning." Just put salt koji in a storage bag, add chicken thighs and let it mix. The approximate shelf life is 3 to 4 weeks. When cooking, steam it, and once it's cooked, finish it off with pizza cheese and black pepper.
The chicken thighs marinated in salt koji have a very juicy and soft texture. Even though it's voluminous, you'll end up eating it endlessly. If you omit the pizza cheese, you'll get a refreshing result. For those who want to be healthier, you can use chicken breast instead of chicken thighs.
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Chicken breast marinated in miso mayoA simple yet delicious recipe. Mix miso, mayonnaise, and chicken in a storage bag and store in the freezer. The approximate shelf life is about 3 to 4 weeks.
The balance between the refreshing taste of the chicken breast and the richness of the mayonnaise is perfect. If you store it with the broth, it will have a more moist taste. It's also perfect for making ahead of time.
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Chicken breast marinated in ponzu sauceJust marinate the cut chicken breast in ponzu soy sauce and grated ginger. If you freeze the seasoning, you can prepare it anytime. When ready to eat, put a small amount of salad oil in a frying pan, cover with a lid, and steam-fry for 3 to 4 minutes on each side.
The sourness of the ponzu sauce and the spiciness of the ginger complement the dish, giving it a strangely rich flavor even though the breast meat is supposed to be plain. The flavor may be a little off when freshly baked, so we recommend storing it in a container with the broth and eating it after a while.
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Miso pickled seasoning frozen recipeA frozen recipe using miso that goes perfectly with pork loin and chicken thighs. Just mix miso and mirin in a 3:1 ratio to create a seasoning that everyone will like, so it's worth remembering.
When using pork loin, make several cuts between the lean and fatty meat, and when using chicken thighs, remove excess fat and open thick areas to make it even. Spread the seasoning on the meat, wrap it tightly in plastic wrap and put it in the freezer. When preparing meat, process it quickly so that the temperature does not rise, and eat frozen meat within one month.
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Chicken marinated in salted yogurtThis recipe makes the chicken moist by soaking it in yogurt and salt before grilling. Place yogurt, salt, pepper, and chicken in a storage bag and store in the freezer. Estimated shelf life is 2 weeks. Fry the thawed meat in a lightly oiled frying pan along with the marinade.
The white-skinned chicken is surprisingly moist. The sourness and richness of the yogurt brings out the flavor of the chicken, giving it a lingering taste. If you feel like it's not enough, try adding some pepper or lemon juice after baking.
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frozen pork seasoningA recipe for frozen pork seasoning using garlic and olive oil. Put pork loin cut into strips, olive oil, garlic (split and crushed), salt, and pepper in a storage bag, mix together, and store in the freezer. Estimated shelf life is 2 weeks.
The pork loin, which is thawed and then fried in a frying pan, has a moist and tender texture. Thanks to just the right amount of saltiness and the flavor of olive oil and garlic, you can enjoy it without using any sauce. In addition to pork loin, you can also use chicken thighs, chicken breasts, raw salmon, mackerel, etc. cut into bite-sized pieces, so feel free to try them out depending on your mood.
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