This was a quick whip-up meal that took only 20 minutes to make! It’s great for up to 5 people or even leftovers. I used a lot of canned and frozen stuff just for convenience but I used the natural stuff.
Let’s just be honest, sometimes the week is too hectic to try and make food every night. Well, that no longer needs to be a problem. Costco salads have provided a nice, quick solution to all your dinner needs! Continue reading “Time-Savers: Using Salad Mix for a stir-fry?”
Salmon is just one of those things that you could just call comfort food all on its own. I normally don’t like to add too much flavoring to my salmon because I’ve always felt that it ruins the taste, but today was a new experience for me as I added both soy sauce and sesame oil to the salmon! Continue reading “Sesame-soy Salmon with cauliflower”
A lot of people shy away from the brilliantly colored radish not just because of its color but because they don’t know how to eat or cook it! I grew up eating lots of radishes in some salt and sesame oil- a great mix for basically any raw veggie. Most people are accustomed to seeing it in salads or as a raw side, but today we are going to *gasp* cook it! Continue reading “Savory and Sweet Radishes”
Ratatouille is one of my favorite dishes to make. I love the flavors of the spices and herbs, but it’s such a hassle to make because you have to do all sorts of salting and what-nots to remove extra liquids. This recipe from America’s Test Kitchen is great and easy. No more salting and extra steps.
This recipe was created out of my willful intent to make ratatouille but was too lazy to go to the store to buy some bell pepper and the fact that I did not feel like taking too much time to cook. Seasoned with herbes de provence, this flavorful dish will definitely please the family and be gone in an instant! Continue reading “Pan-roasted herbed chicken breast with vegetables”
Roast chicken is perhaps the most classic dish of all, however, perfectly cooking it can be a bit tricky especially when you stuff it with vegetables. The secret? A pre-heated skillet! Continue reading “Whole roasted chicken stuffed with vegetables”
Just like the jicama, water chestnuts add a wonderful crunchy garlic bite into a stir-fry. Personally, I like them best with beef which is why I made this recipe.
This is an ooooold recipe. I just started realizing the wonders of herbs at this point. Before this recipe I had never marinated my meats in anything but soy sauce and salt. Both the thyme and rosemary in this recipe work really well with the chicken and vegetables and is a great dish for a busy night or even just for one.
This recipe was one that I was very excited to make! IT’s great for a crowd as it makes enough for about 10-15 bowls! This of course was inspired by a Youtube personality Quang Tran so be sure to go checkout his videos! It tasted just like the restaurants and even easier to make!