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Kikkoman Sauces for Thanksgiving

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Last year, I showed you the Kikkoman turkey brine recipe.  It made our turkey so moist and juice.  And yet, I forgot to do it at Thanksgiving.  This year, there will be no mistake about that!  I want my turkey to look this good! image 

One of my favorite side items for Thanksgiving is Green Bean Casserole.  I don’t know why, but I just imagelove it!  Every year I make it that we have visitors, they are surprised the recipe actually calls for soy sauce.  I wouldn’t have it any other way.  I’m a minimalist, though.  No onions or garlic or even fresh mushrooms, but that sure would make it tasty.

I’m looking forward to try it this year with the Panko breadcrumbs on top.  I’ll just have to convince my mom to try something different this year.

Make sure you check out Kikkoman for all of their other side items with which you can compliment your turkey.  And, head over to get their coupons, too.

Kikkoman sent me some various sauces and items to test out this holiday season.  There was no obligation to post this and I received no compensation.


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2 Comments

  1. so excited for thanksgiving . . yummy cant wait!

  2. Green bean casserole is a fave of mine too. I keep it plain as well. I can’t believe Thanksgiving is Thursday!

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