Sunday, May 22, 2022
I have many recipes for Asian Salmon using traditional ingredients for Asian cooking, such as hoisin, soy sauce, mirin, garlic, ginger, and more. Somehow, no two recipes are alike, and all are wonderful yet different. I found this recipe in Eating Well magazine in 2020, sadly no longer in paper publication, but available online. This recipe demonstrates that sesame seeds are not simply a garnish but add great flavor and texture to the glaze for the salmon.
I encourage you to build your pantry with common Asian ingredients, ready for use in so many recipes. I have several recipes on this site for you to try. From Asian Sloppy Joes to Asian Lettuce Wraps and Shrimp and Broccoli Stir-fry. The ingredients add great flavor, lending towards quick-cooking recipes, and so very pleasing to the palette.
Sunday, May 15, 2022
Here is a clever way to add vegetables to your breakfast meal. Not only are you using a cut bell pepper as the edible baking cup, but I also add tiny cherry tomatoes to the pepper cup. Add in a fresh egg, topped with a bit of cheese for a delicious breakfast or dinner.
The egg cups can be baked ahead of time, stored in the refrigerator, and reheated in the microwave for a later time. If this is the plan, bake the eggs on the shorter time, knowing that reheating will bring the eggs to a firmer texture.
For another egg cup recipe, see an earlier post on the process egg cup recipes.