As it goes with asian inspired food, the go to is a simple stir-fry. It seems like everyone has a certain recipe that they love and can be made in minutes. This beef and pepper stir fry is no different. The stir fry can be made in under 20 minutes and is packed with flavors from all of the spices and cooking liquids the stir fry is tossed in at the end. The stir fry is served with simple to use pad thai noodles that made a great substitution for the standard rice.
As when it comes to steak, I prefer the steak well seasoned in placed of having steak sauce all over the steak. However with this sweet and spicy hoisin sauce, the sweet and spicy flavor is perfect with the grilled beef. The sauce is a mix between different regions around the world. It is very high in asian flavors with the soy and hoisin sauce and the ginger. With the butter stirred in at the finish is very french inspired adding much richness making this sauce delicious over the sliced steak.
It seems like almost ever salad the is served at a backyard barbecue is a pasta salad, potato or the standard lettuce salad. One of the best salads is ones using rice. Rice is a way under used base for a salad. It takes on flavors like pasta salads and is great at holding onto the vegetables as you are spooning it on to your dish or mouth. This thai wild rice salad has the great flavors of both the white and wild rices, plus the tangy thai vinaigrette. Plus the crunch of the vegetables it creates a great all around salad that will have your friends and family raving.
The classic stir fry is a staple in almost every home. It is a simple dish that takes very little effort and is affordable to feed the whole family. The problem with most store brought sauces are full of salt and sugar that is very healthy. In this quick and easy pork and broccoli stir fry, the pork comes out juicy and extremely tender while the broccoli come out in a vibrate green and bring a little bit of a crunch to the meal. The simple sauce sticks to the pork and broccoli and is made with simple ingredients. The dish can be made within 30 minutes and your family will enjoy it.
If the struggle of finding easy and new recipes that are perfect for weekday family dinners. Check out this egg roll in a bowl. Egg roll in a bowl is a super easy and healthy dinner that is packed with wonderful asian flavors that your whole family will love. The recipe only takes minutes to prepare. The dish is packed with lean protein that will fill you up unlike most healthy recipes. The turkey can easy replace with any other ground meats or vegan proteins to make it meatless meal.
As more and more people can start having backyard BBQ its time to make some great easy backyard appetizers that can wow you friends and family. These chicken satay with homemade peanut sauce is the perfect way to add that wow factor. The chicken comes out perfectly marinaded in a curry coconut mix the grilled to perfection on the grill. The the sauce brings everything up to the next level. The recipe takes little time to prepare, less than 15-20 minutes of work total.
As the weather is warming up finally grill season is here in full force. These hoisin and honey glazed pork chops are a great addition for this summer. The pork chops are marinaded in a sweet and savory then brushed with the marinade as it glazes to the pork chops making a great flavorful dish. From start to finish these pork chops take under 30 minutes and can easily be done in the oven also as described in the post below.
These Peking-Style Chicken Tacos are filled with marinated and tender chicken breast topped with a sweet and spicy sauce and crisp green scallions. You’ll love all the flavors in these tacos! It is the perfect recipe to change up your typical taco tuesday or any other day of the week. The sauce used to marinate the chicken the cooked down quickly to make a glaze like sauce that is pack with garlic, ginger and other amazing flavors. The recipe takes about 30 minutes from start to finish.
When making red snapper, the fish is so flavorful as it is. for this This recipe for Broiled Red snapper with Asian-Style Gremolata, the snapper is broiled quickly with just a little salt and pepper. The second half of the recipe involves making an asian-style gremolata that uses cilantro and lime rather than the traditional parsley and lemon. Just that little change in the gremolata makes all the difference and adds a great fresh flavors to the fish. This a great simple dish that is gourmet and can be made within 20 minutes.
The traditional chicken masala is chicken cooked in creamy curry sauce that typically served over rice. In this version of chicken masala, I take a whole chicken that is broken down into eight standard pieces and marinate in a yogurt spiced blend then bake over a bed of sliced onions until the skin is golden brown and the chicken comes out super moist and flavorful. Serve over rice with the cooked onions and pan drippings drizzled over it all. The garam masala spices can be found in most grocery stores or can be made from scratch.
Hey everyone, I am Dan and Live in Minnesota. I am here to show you the wonderful world of cooking and baking. As being a young boy in the kitchen to being a chef for over 10 years, I will show you the great recipes I have used over the years and what I do next. Please stick around and Enjoy!!