Udon Noodle Soup

January 2, 2018

It’s cold out and I can’t think of a better way to warm up. Udon Noodle Soup is great for lunch or dinner.

Lo Mein

November 30, 2017

Lo Mein is versatile and easy to make. Make extra for a quick and tasty lunch of leftovers. This recipe calls for mirin, but if you don’t have it on hand you may use dry sherry, sweet Marsala wine, dry white wine, or rice vinegar. If you’re using white wine or rice vinegar you’ll need to add 1/2 teaspoon of sugar for every tablespoon that you use.

Spicy Scallion Pancakes With Ginger Dipping Sauce

October 17, 2017

This popular Asian dish features dough that’s fried until golden brown with every slice full of flaky, crispy goodness.

Crunchy Chicken Salad With Ginger Garlic Dressing

January 31, 2017

This salad is as tasty as it is colorful!

Sambal Sauce Green Beans

September 23, 2016

Sambal is a fiery chili paste typically made from a mixture of a variety of chili peppers with additional flavorful ingredients. You can find sambal paste in the Asian section of your grocer. Add a kick to your vegetables and make my Sambal Sauce Green Beans this weekend.

Thai Beef Salad With Spicy Sesame Dressing

July 29, 2016

Deli roast beef makes this salad super fast and easy. Ask for it to be sliced a little thicker, which allows it to hold up well in the salad. Leftover steak, chicken, salmon, or shrimp work equally well. The dressing can be made ahead of time and doubled or tripled to make future salad prep even faster. Fish sauce is a salty Asian condiment available in larger grocery stores, gourmet stores, and international markets.

Coconut Shrimp With Thai Dipping Sauce

April 6, 2016

Shake up some daiquiris to go with these delicious crunchy shrimp.

Green Onion Pancakes With Hoisin Dipping Sauce

March 18, 2016

These savory pancakes are incredibly versatile. Serve as a snack, or make them as Asian inspired wraps for chicken or pork.

Beef Stir Fry

January 15, 2016

The wonderful thing about a stir fry is that you can substitute the vegetables you like most.

Salmon Teriyaki

January 12, 2016

Why do we love teriyaki so much? Because when the salt-sugar-umami stars align, the result is a flavor sensation that no one can possibly resist. Forge that bottled corn syrup stuff and make your own teriyaki with only three ingredients (soy sauce, mirin, and sake).

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