Often found rolling around alongside dumplings on a dim sum cart, this leafy green with a thick stem is a staple Chinese dish that can easily be made ahead.
You can buy cold brew coffee at so many coffee shops now. Though you’re probably better off making it at home with this one extra step.
There is no shortage of poke chains in California, but most of them seem to coat the fish with a sweet soy sauce dressing. However, the original Hawaiian poke recipe does not use soy sauce at all.
Baby bok choy stir-fried with garlic is no secret. However, the addition of a couple simple ingredients will make your bok choy taste so much better.
Taste autumn with a healthy ambrosia salad that doesn’t have any heavy cream or cool whip. This lightened version is dairy free, crunchy, and allows you to chop apples ahead of time without turning brown.
This is the fish to make when you need to eat soon but want something a little more advanced than just salt and pepper. Baked lingcod is so much better with this glaze that is only three ingredients.
DIY Vietnamese lemon soda means that each person stirs their own drink, not you. Less work is always a good thing.
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.
That package of pre-cooked edamame from Costco is fine. It’s just so bland. However, toss them with this dressing, and you won’t be able to eat just one.
Can you boil water? If so, you can make this bean sprout side dish found in nearly every Korean restaurant.