It’s hard to believe we’re already into December! At least for me it is. I have no holiday shopping done, no lists made, no nothing, but I’m excited nonetheless – cookies, carols, trees and decorations, more time with my family and the general good cheer and excitement around the holidays is always invigorating.
But because all of this is happening, healthy eating, cooking at home and the like goes right out the window. Never fear, I have some really quick and easy recipes you can whip together to eat well and save time. Like my latest recipe: Asian pork and noodle bowls. Continue reading →
I don’t know about you, but as I was growing up, I was forever cutting out recipes from newspapers, magazines and anywhere else I could find them, telling myself someday I’d get around to making the dishes. And if you’re anything like me, so many of them sat in folders and binders and dusty corners never actually getting made. This past week, I unearthed one of those old recipes, and it turned to be as good as I’d imagined. Try out my Thai chicken and udon noodles in peanut sauce and tell me if I’m lying.
One of the points of this blog is to share recipes that I try and enjoy, and since I’ve been blogging so much about Hong Kong and Asia lately, a quick-and-easy Chinese stir-fry recipe seemed very appropriate.
This recipe can easily be made gluten-free and vegetarian if you choose, and it’s easy to whip up on a weeknight after work – it takes less than 30 minutes in all. Enjoy this little taste of Asia!