Cold spicy peanut noodles are perfect for a hot summer night. Our recipe is made with rice noodles (no stove required!), a fiery sauce, and a fresh side of vinegary cucumbers. Served chilled, this is a delicious summer savior.
Radish Greens Pesto Pasta Salad
Looking for radish recipes? Make radish greens pesto and this tasty, perfect-for-summer pasta salad.
Veggie Udon Noodles with Peanut Sauce
Our veggie udon noodles – chock full of fresh vegetables and tofu – are doused with a creamy, spicy peanut sauce. This udon stir fry only takes 20 minutes to make and is utterly addictive. Trust us; we can’t go more than a week without eating it.
Easy Sautéed Red Cabbage
Our sautéed red cabbage with bacon will brighten up any dinner. It’s quicker than a braised dish, but since it’s cooked with bacon it still tastes rich and decadent.
Gochujang Fried Rice with Kimchi and Tofu
Our gochujang fried rice with kimchi and tofu is a super fast, easy, and healthy dinner with huge flavors. Plus, you can have it on the table in less than 15 minutes.
Flammkuchen with White Asparagus
Our Flammkuchen with white asparagus is a seasonal twist on a classic. This light and crispy pie is topped with rich and decadent ingredients.
Roasted White Asparagus
Roasting is not the traditional way to prepare the delicacy known as “white gold” – but it’s our favorite. It’s super easy and brings out the sweetness of this near perfect ingredient. Read on our for our simple yet delicious recipe for roasted white asparagus.
Thai Grilled Pork
Our Thai Grilled Pork is unique way to cook pork tenderloin. Marinated in Thai curry paste and coconut milk, it’s spicy, salty, and super tasty.
Udon Noodles with Miso Roasted Eggplant (Yaki Udon)
Our yaki udon recipe combines three of our favorite ingredients: udon noodles, eggplant, and miso paste. The result is a savory dish that tastes like it took a lot longer to cook than it actually does.
Pindasaus: Dutch Peanut Sauce
In the Netherlands, people put peanut butter on their fries. They call it pindasaus. We were skeptical at first, but after almost three years living in this country, we’re converts. So we made our own Dutch peanut sauce recipe. Try it on fries or as a satay sauce. It’s creamy, savory, spicy, and delicious.