I’ve been making this slaw for many years and it’s safe to say that it is a firm favorite. Prepared with lots of fresh ingredients and tossed with a thick Asian dressing it’s packed with flavor and delivers a satisfying crunch. Make a big batch and keep it in the fridge for lunches.
I like to make this refreshing salad to accompany chicken or grilled seafood.
This is one of my go-to quick and easy week night dishes. I love it so much that I probably make it once a week. If you would like to make it gluten free then use tamari instead of soy sauce. If you’re peanut sensitive then use almond butter instead of peanut butter. And if you would like to increase the protein in this dish then just add cooked chicken or seafood.
I love to make easy chicken satay with delicious peanut sauce. I like to serve the with a side salad for a light meal.
When I’m short on time I like to make this healthier version of Kung Pao Chicken, which has less sodium and oil than takeout. If you like yours spicier then add extra Sriracha or chili paste.
Symbolizing longevity and health, noodles are always left whole. Breaking or cutting a long strand of noodles is considered bad luck. Nourish a long life with a longevity noodles dish. The longer the noodle, the longer the life, as Chinese legend dictates, so be sure to slurp instead of cutting or breaking them.
I had a real craving for green curry and didn’t want to try and hunt some down during pandemic restaurant life. It’s actually very easy to make on your own and you can add any additional vegetables that you want.
I love these noodles because they’re simple, but yet complex.
The lightly sweet and nutty sesame sauce makes a great summer dish that is perfect for additions like grilled chicken, salmon, or extra vegetables.