Here is an easy weeknight recipe that uses ground turkey, seasons it with a citrus-fish sauce-soy sauce dressing, and is served over rice with cucumbers and pickled onions. This ground turkey rice bowl is loosely inspired by the Thai meat dish larb (also spelled laab). It’s seasoned incredibly well – no boring ground turkey recipes… Continue reading Larb-inspired Ground Turkey Rice Bowls
This recipe for one-pot chicken and rice is inspired by Indian flavors, using garam masala as its primary seasoning. This chicken recipe comes together in about a half an hour and serves 4. Make this super easy one pan chicken and rice dinner any time you’re looking to extend your pantry ingredients and make Indian… Continue reading Garam Masala Chicken and Rice
This easy roasted chicken recipe is a staple you must memorize how to make. All you have to is stuff is with lemon and onion, season it with salt and pepper and then roast it in the oven for 1 hour at 425F. That really could be the whole blog post! If you want, save… Continue reading Easy Recipe for Roasting a Whole Chicken
This is a roasted chicken recipe scaled down for two, with only 3 ingredients – chicken legs, buttermilk, and salt. While buttermilk is normally associated with fried chicken, here it is a tenderizing, marinating force for dark meat chicken. This buttermilk roast chicken for two is an easy, healthy weeknight dinner.
This homemade chicken shawarma dinner for two is the easiest weeknight meal. This one tastes like the chicken you get from the Halal cart in NYC. Using a simple spice mix, this chicken goes from tame to fame in just 20 minutes in the oven. Combined with some chicken-fat roasted onions + fresh veggies –… Continue reading Homemade Chicken Shawarma Dinner for Two
One of my favorite restaurants in Seattle, ba bar, makes the perfect vermicelli bowl recipe. called bun, Vietnamese cold noodle salads combine sweet, salty, savory, crunchy, and vinegary flavors into a really satiating and healthy-ish lunch. This is a copycat recipe of Ba Bar’s vermicelli bowl recipe – as best i could reverse engineer it!