Combine turkey, tofu and bell peppers and you get this healthy low fat dish!
Sweet Eggplant with Chili Pepper
Sweet chili pepper eggplant to satisfy both your spicy and sweet taste buds at the same time! Ingredients: 2 large Chinese or Japanese eggplants (sliced into ½ inch rounds) or 5 small ones 2 red chili pepper (seeded and diced) Soy Sauce (3 tablespoons) Sesame oil (1-2 tablespoon) sugar (1
Kung Pao Chicken
Make your favorite Chinese Kung Pao dish at home. This dish has a nice kick of spice to get your taste buds going!
Stir Fry Bak Choy
Simple side dish you can make in 5 minutes! Crispy, light, and delicious. Back Choy has enormous health benefits, and you can easily find in your local supermarket. Ingredients: 6 bundles of baby bak choy, washed and ends chopped off to loosen leaves 2 cloves of garlic, minced 3 tablespoon
Egg Drop Steel Cut Oatmeal
Instead of rice, why not oatmeal? We turned this old-fashioned oat meal breakfast into a new Asian twist! A meal onto itself, eat this for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
We turn the blueberry or banana pancake upside down into savory chive pancakes! Traditionally eaten in Korea, this recipe will make you think twice about pancakes! Ingredients: 3 bunches of chives 2 cups all purpose flour 1 ¾ cups of water 2 eggs ½ tablespoon of salt canola or
Chicken Lemongrass Soup
Ingredients: 4 stalks of lemongrass, crushed with flat side of knife 1 medium onion, sliced very thinly 4 cubes of peeled ginger 2 boneless skin chicken breasts, cut into 1/2 inch strips 3 tablespoons of fish oil 6 cups of low sodium chicken stock ½ cup coconut milk 3 juices
Capinelli Sesame Noodles with Shrimp, Bak Choy and Red Cabbage
This is a one pot dish, where you get your protein, vegetables and carbohydrates all in one. Great dish for big family dinners on any weeknight. Great for leftovers to take to lunch for work. Ingredients: Capinelli noodles (6-8 oz) 4 Bak Choy leaves (dice 1 inch) Half of a