Tag: soy sauce

Spring Roll Salad
Dinner, Featured Item, Gluten Free, Lunch, Main, Sauce, Seafood, Vegetables, Vegetarian

Spring Roll Salad

Spring rolls are such a wonderful combination.  Always so light and fresh, they’re the perfect snack!  So why not turn this tasty snack into a full-fledge meal?  This salad is like if you tore off the end of several spring rolls, dumped them into a bowl and poured peanut sauce […]

Five Ingredient Peanut Sauce
Featured Item, Sauce, Sauces, Vegetarian

Five Ingredient Peanut Sauce

Why is peanut sauce so good?? I think you could dip almost anything into it and it would taste like  the best thing you ever ate.  Vietnamese restaurants have the very best peanut sauce too.  It’s always perfectly creamy and spicy with just the right texture. I have tried A […]

Teriyaki Salmon with Pesto Zucchini Noodles
Dinner, Featured Item, Lunch, Main, Seafood, Sides, Vegetables, Vegetarian

Teriyaki Salmon with Pesto Zucchini Noodles

Teriyaki salmon with pesto zucchini noodles is one of my weeknight go to meals.  It’s so quick and easy but tastes amazing and is so good for you.  Watch your local market for when they run sales on the fish and it makes the meal a little sweeter! This homemade […]

Date Night Flank Steak
Dinner, Lunch, Main, Meat

Date Night Flank Steak

When cooking to impress, I always lean towards a simple recipe where you can showcase a star ingredient in flavor and in presentation.  For this to work, you need to start with good ingredients since they are few and simple.  The point of the ingredients is to show off the meat, so […]

Sriracha Honey Tofu
Dinner, Lunch, Main, Vegetarian

Sriracha Honey Tofu

I am and will always be a lover of tofu!  It’s good for you and easy to cook, but best of all it can take on any flavor that you decide to pair it with.  Some people get intimidated by cooking tofu because if you haven’t done it, it may seem strange […]

Asian Marinaded Mushrooms
Sides, Vegetables, Vegetarian

Asian Marinaded Mushrooms

Mushrooms have to be one of the most versatile vegetables out there.  They absorb any flavor and taste different each way prepared: grilled, sautéed with wine, raw, cooked whole and stuffed… so they’re a good addition to any dish, and frequently in mine 🙂 Today I was making these to […]