Thursday, October 20, 2016

Teriyaki Dove Skewers with Fried Rice

You probably don't have anymore doves in the freezer, but in case you do, here's a recipe that utilizes skinned, boneless dove breasts. We were challenged by Jones Dairy Farm to come up with a recipe that pairs dove and ham, and this is what we came up with. We also added bacon, and it turned out pretty darn good! 

The teriyaki sauce is homemade-- with just a few ingredients in your pantry, you could easily and quickly make this sauce without having to buy the bottled stuff at the store. I hesitate to call this recipe "Hawaiian," but it is reminiscent of it-- ham, bacon, fried rice, grilled meat, pineapple ... I apologize if I'm stereotyping.

Here's the link for the recipe:
http://www.jonesdairyfarm.com/recipes/by-product/bacon/teriyaki-dove-skewers-with-ham-and-bacon-fried-rice


Fall is in full swing in Nebraska, and it is beautiful. Sweatshirt weather is here, and it's so much more enjoyable to play outside. But it also means that the growing season is coming to an end.

A friend gave us a bunch of green tomatoes this past weekend. She had to pull them from the plants to beat the frost. We made fried green tomatoes, which is delicious, but there's only so much we can eat. Rick and I thought of making green tomato preserves. We'll try it this weekend and report back on how it turns out. I'm thinking of something close to pepper jelly-- a more savory preserve that would taste good with corn bread. 


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