A Flavorful Success: Calgary Co-op’s Beloved Local Grocery Store Demo Recipe!
In the bustling city of Calgary, where residents are always on the lookout for quick and delectable meal ideas, a local grocery store demo has become the talk of the town! With a recipe that perfectly combines convenience and taste, customers at Calgary Co-op stores have been enjoying a delightful culinary experience like never before. Today, we delve into the magic behind this beloved recipe that has won the hearts and taste buds of many.
The Recipe: Quick and Accessible
The star of the show is the recipe’s simplicity and accessibility. Designed to cater to busy lifestyles, the ingredients can be easily found on the shelves of Calgary Co-op, making it a breeze for customers to recreate the magic at home. The straightforward instructions allow even novice cooks to whip up a restaurant-quality dish in no time.
- Hung’s Chow Mein or Thick Noodles (1/2 package if using Chow Mein, 1 package if using Thick Noodles)
- Cal & Gary’s coleslaw mix – 1/4 – 1/2 the box depending on preference
- Kikkomen Takumi Teriyaki Sauce (Original Flavour) – about 1/5 of the bottle or more if you like it sauce
- Water – 1.5 – 2 tablespoons
- Neutral Cooking Oil (canola, avocado, grapeseed) – 1 tablespoon
Optional: You can add your protein of choice as well as other veggies like brocoli & mushrooms to make this a complete meal!
The Cooking Process:
Add some oil to heat in the frying pan over medium-high heat. Put in the coleslaw mix to cook and little before covering it up and allowing it to steam for a few minutes. Once veggies are softened, add the noodles and mix together. Cover to allow to steam and heat through. Once the noodles have reached the desired cook (or chew), add in your the teriyaki sauce. Mix to coat the sauce, optional: turn up the heat and cook to allow the sauce to caramelize. Once sauce is up to temperature – divide and serve hot!
Notes: If you are using meat (pork, chicken, beef), you can marinade it in the teriyaki sauce and saute before making your noodles. Put the cooked meet aside until you’re ready to add your teriyaki then put it all together at the end. Mushroom should also be cooked separately and added to the recipe afterward.
The reactions from customers who have had the chance to taste this recipe during the local grocery store demos have been overwhelmingly positive.
Calgary Co-op’s local grocery store demo recipe has undoubtedly struck a chord with customers from all walks of life. By combining the ease of preparation with the availability of ingredients, this dish has become a beloved favorite for many households in the city. Its rave reviews and positive feedback serve as a testament to the power of simplicity and great taste.
So, whether you’re looking to impress guests at your next dinner party or simply seeking a quick and flavorful meal for your family, this recipe has got you covered. Visit your nearest Calgary Co-op, grab the ingredients, and experience the culinary magic firsthand!