I had some vegetable dumplings in the freezer and some green beans in the fridge and this is what I came up with. It is very simple, fast and easy to make. You can make this dish with any dumplings and vegetables you like or that you already have on hand. You can serve this dish rice or noodles. We had it with ramen noodles that I quickly boiled, drained & seasoned lightly with a little mushroom soy sauce. Makes for a fast lunch/dinner meal. I hope you try it and like it ❤ You can find the recipe here Garlic Sesame Pan Fried Vegetable Dumplings & Green Beans.
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Grapow Gai is a Thai Basil Chicken Dish. This dish is a go to of mine. Fast, delicious and easy to make. When we have this dish we have it with Sunny Sideup Eggs. They go hand in hand! 🙂 This dish doesn’t come with asparagus but you can be creative and add any other vegetables you want. And so…I added asparagus 🙂 You can find the recipe here Grapow Gai (Thai Basil Chicken).
Your house will smell SOOO YUMMYLICIOUS! This is the only way I make Pho at home. Cooking the broth low and slow in a crockpot helps bring out the flavors from the oxtail and beef bones, you can also add whole brisket (let it cool and slice them really thin and add it to your noodles) as well.
Cook this overnight and have it ready for lunch or throw everything in the crockpot in the morning and have it ready when you get home from work. You can find the recipe for the CrockPot Pho *Rich & Full of Flavor* here. You won’t be disappointed 🙂
This is a throw everything in a blender marinade 🙂 Very simple and delicious! Great for pork chops, pork ribs, chicken, seafood etc.. Great for grilling or frying up in a pan and even great for cooking it in the oven. What I do is I marinade the meat and will only cook half of the meat and save the other half of marinaded meat in a zip lock bag and keep it in the freezer. I do this all the time with korean bbq and cha siu bbq pork. I always marinade them and freeze them so I have some ready when I want to cook them. When I know I want to cook them I just take it out of the freezer a night before and thaw it in the refridgerator overnight.
This 5 ingredient spicy peanut sauce is super easy to make. You can use it as a dip for fresh spring rolls, veggies, add it to salads, drink it up 🙂 or make a peanut noodle dish with it. You can find the recipe here Spicy Peanut Dipping/Noodle Sauce.
This dish is simple, fast and easy. Instead of putting everything in a frying pan and dumping sauce on top of everything in the pan and cooking it that way, I let the beef marinate in a sauce first, while I prepare the vegetables. Sometimes I do it this way instead of dropping sauce into the pan with everything in there because sometimes I don’t like my stirfry to be to saucy. Depends on my mood 🙂 If you don’t like to much sauce in your stirfry and still flavorful you can find the recipe here Beef Stirfry with Asparagus, Bell Peppers & Mushrooms or go to the link in the Recipe Menu on top of this page.