This Japanese Carrot Ginger Dressing is unlike any other salad dressing, and dresses up any green salad perfectly.
White chocolate pecan sourdough is a nutty, crusty bread with little pockets of sweetness from the melted white chocolate and once you have a taste, you won’t be able to go back to life without it.
Homemade ricotta tastes so much better than store bought that it can stand alone as the star of the show, and it’s surprisingly easy to make.
These Piña Colada cups are a sweet and tangy treat that’s surprisingly nutritious, and one you’ll keep coming back for.
This post is sponsored by Windy City Organics, a company I love and whose products I use in my own kitchen. All opinions, recipes, and images are my own.
Nothing is quite as satisfying to eat alongside a bowl of Indian curry than fresh-off-the-griddle naan. And this surprisingly easy, full-flavored sourdough naan does not disappoint.
Tofu and Rice Noodle Salad is the perfect Summer dish. It’s light and fresh and has all sorts of contrasting and complimentary colors, flavors and textures.
These marinated Japanese deviled eggs are a flavorful and fun twist to your usual Easter feast.
Kewpie Mayonnaise is such a defining condiment in contemporary Japanese cuisine, but with all of the mysterious additives, I wanted to make a very believable homemade version. And here, I have made just that.
With perfectly crispy pan fried noodles, beef & broccoli in a rich sauce, and the whole thing coming together in 30 minutes, who needs take out ever again?
This Somen and Mint Salad with Ponzu Dressing is packed with silky somen noodles and lots of fresh crunch from the carrots and cucumbers. The Ponzu dressing is so easy to throw together, and along with the fresh mint, gives this noodle salad the perfect Springy edge.