If you’re looking for a simple, healthy weeknight dinner look no further than these Slow Cooker Asian Beef Lettuce Wraps. Chuck roast and a few simple Asian ingredients transform into tender, saucy shredded beef perfect for piling in lettuce wraps. *This post contains affiliate links. For more information, please read my full disclosure policy here.
It’s not truly a holiday or family gathering without Ramen Salad. This super simple side dish brings fresh crunch and unique flavor to any menu. *Edit: photos and text in this post have been updated since its original post date in 2012. The recipe has not changed. With the holidays fast approaching, I’ve got menus
When you are craving a delicious Japanese hibachi meal but your wallet doesn’t agree, try this Hibachi Chicken at home. It’s incredibly simple to make with ingredients you probably have in your fridge and pantry. Remember those Stir Fried Zoodles I shared a few weeks ago? They were served alongside this Hibachi Chicken for the ultimate
It’s time to make eating your veggies fun and I did it with these Stir Fried Zoodles. With this fun spin, you can make at a restaurant favorite at home for a portion of the price. If you’ve been a follower for awhile I’m sure you can tell that we love Asian food around here. I mean,
Thai Turkey Meatballs with Spiralized Cucumber Salad is my official meal of Spring. It’s filled with light, refreshing, good for you ingredients that will keep you full and happy without weighing you down. This post may contain affiliate links. That means if you click through and purchase through the link, I may receive a small
Crispy chicken is coated in a sweet orange soy glaze to create one of our favorite new meals, Crispy Orange Chicken. It’s cheaper and healthier than the takeout version and tastes way better. Has your weather been completely crazy? Like one day it’s 75 degrees and the next it’s snowing and school probably should have been cancelled?
This Simple Shrimp Stir Fry is packed with clean, good for you ingredients that are, as the title implies, simple to throw together. This family pleasing dinner will be on the table in 20 minutes or less making those busy weeknights a little less stressful. Happy hump day and February friends! I hope it’s been a
Pad See Ew is one of my favorite dishes to order when we go to a Thai restaurant and I don’t know what took me so long to try it at home. It makes me really happy I made the resolution to cook new cuisines and go a bit outside my normal routine. Who knows
So, I know it’s only a few days until Thanksgiving but I figured you might be a little tired of turkey and stuffing and cranberries. And we have to eat these next few days before so why not share a quick and healthy dinner we can enjoy before the big feast? These Honey Teriyaki Rice