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.
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.
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.
Our Macedonian beans recipe is not at all traditional, but entirely delicious. This vegetarian dish is easy and quick to make and will spice up any weeknight dinner.
Our Asian baked tofu recipe is an easy way to prepare tofu for use in a variety of dishes. What follows is this easy, repeatable method plus three marinade recipes. All will yield a delicious dish we think you’ll love.
Few vegetables can transform through the magic of roasting like brussels sprouts. That is especially true of our miso maple roasted brussels sprouts. Sweet, savory, spicy, and satisfying, they have become something we crave.
This Sichuan cucumber salad is so simple and easy to make, it almost feels like cheating to call it a “recipe.” The sauce is only four ingredients, but they all pack a punch.