Simple little garnishing mixtures like this Cilantro Lime Oil are a great way to add a little flavor and brightness to all kinds of things.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so I decided to make Pho Ga. Vietnamese Chicken Soup. And now, I’m sure you’re wondering “What on this side of heaven does Pho Ga have to do with the Great American Turkey Day?” Ahem. Thanksgiving, that is.
With the holiday coming up, I’m craving what seems to be commonly dubbed Cold “Asian” Peanut Noodle salad. This is a great dish for a party, cook out or a potluck, Really, you never know who might show up at a party and this is popular with vegetarians and meat eaters, alike.
I don’t know if I can think of a better beat the heat, quickie dinner for a hot, muggy summer day than these Asian Turkey (or Chicken) Lettuce Wraps.
Recently we made Thai Curry Chicken Skewers from the Thankful Heart. They were a huge hit, so be sure to click over and explore Rhonda’s blog – you are guaranteed to find something you’ll want to make. But I needed a side for these skewers. Something fast, delish and easy.
So do you guys use a recipe for Guacamole? Generally I don’t. I usually just go by taste & what I have on hand. I have another post coming up, Bob Armstrong Chile con Queso that calls for some Guacamole, so this time: a recipe.
Since I’ve been helping out the folks, I’ve been “forced” to step up and find creative ways to use up extra steak. This time, it’s Steak Lo Mein and it HAS to be my best “secondary” steak dish, ever. Hands down.
You’ve all heard me talking about my folks and their love for steak – and I think I’m being corrupted a bit! This Carne Asada is a steak I fell pretty hard for, done up today in taco form.
I always say I don’t use my crock pot enough, so if you’re like me, here’s a recipe that will put that slow cooker into regular rotation. Honey Lime Chicken. If there’s ever a better taste combo than slightly spicy, slightly sweet, tangy Honey Lime Chicken I don’t know what it is…