The problem with cauliflower fried rice is that it doesn’t taste very good. Crustaceans appear to be one of the few saviors of this low carb option, and this crab version is much needed a godsend.
When you don’t have a lot of time, clams are a dinner savior. You could simply steam them with white wine and garlic, but why not try this equally tasty version with pungent miso and sweet mirin.
The easiest pumpkin to cut is appropriately named Delicata Squash, as if it is delicate. Try roasting this one pumpkin wonder to get that warm, cozy winter feeling in your home.
Happy new year! For many, January is the time to begin a new diet. Here are the best Asian recipes that are naturally whole 30 and so easy to prepare too.
Tender chunks of fish and fresh seafood simmer in a creamy coconut broth. This Asian version of Cioppino is inspired by a historic San Francisco restaurant with Filipino roots.
If you want to eat a rainbow, these sweet potatoes have just the color purple you’re looking for. These sweet Asian yams will make the most striking addition to your every day and even holiday dinner plate.
It’s hard to make salmon sexy. It’s the fish next door. Make the best marinated salmon with this easy Japanese recipe you can bake in the oven.
Taste autumn with this healthy ambrosia salad that doesn’t have any heavy cream or cool whip. You can also chop the apples ahead of time without turning brown making it potluck friendly.
You have to really love something to deep fry it and clean up after it. This tonkatsu pork recipe is that good due to this trademark Japanese ingredient.
There are some vegetarian noodle dishes where you might “miss” the meat and compensate with cheese. These vegan Korean black bean noodles, however, are so full flavored and complete just on their own.