This Japanese Carrot Ginger Dressing is unlike any other salad dressing, and dresses up any green salad perfectly.
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.
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.
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.
This Asian chicken salad with Zippy Sesame Dressing has all of the flavors and textures that you expect when you crave an Asian salad: crunchy, soft, juicy, creamy, with the right amount of zip in the dressing.
This creamy tomato basil soup is a simple but successful take on the classic. A perfect way to enjoy this transition from Winter to Spring.
Okinawa Taco Rice is a Japan staple, but here it gets a meatless and whole foods update. It’s a quick dinner that comes together in just a few minutes.
This one pot Thai-inspired chicken noodle soup is a vibrant take on the classic Winter comfort food. But with it all made in one pot, a rich broth from start to finish in under 45 minutes, and packed full of vegetables, it’ll be a great help to start out the new year in style.
These Cottage Cheese Pancakes are super tender and have a lovely subtle tang from the cheese, are packed full of nutritious protein, and with minimal flour (and a grain-free variation), you can feel good about fueling your family with them to conquer the day.
Not only will the (lack of) color in this perfectly spooky black sesame no-churn ice cream go perfectly well with any Halloween party, the flavor will knock your socks off. And the prep is so easy, you’ll wonder why you ever buy ice cream at the store.