The wonderful thing about a stir fry is that you can substitute the vegetables you like most.
Why do we love teriyaki so much? Because when the salt-sugar-umami stars align, the result is a flavor sensation that no one can possibly resist. Forge that bottled corn syrup stuff and make your own teriyaki with only three ingredients (soy sauce, mirin, and sake).
I love the clean flavor and polished texture of white rice. In Japanese, the word for food is the same as the one for rice. Without it, a meal is not a meal. The real genius of rice is revealed when you think about it in reverse. Add just about...
Pair this delicious rocket salad with grilled salmon and you’ll have an elegant meal in less than 30 minutes.
Now that the holidays are over many of us are trying to skinny down our meals. Spicy Southwestern Stuffed Peppers is a delicious meatless dish that is perfect for dinner, lunch or brunch.
Nachos are one of my all-time favorite things to eat. Whether you’re in need of a quick meal, snack, or a healthy game day splurge you won’t be disappointed with these delicious Bell Pepper Nachos.
Tiny New York Kitchen’s vegetarian twist on a Greek favorite. Eggplant, cherry tomatoes, and zucchini are marinated and then grilled to perfection.
They may be old school, but there’s nothing old about fresh heirloom tomatoes. Forget the grocery store. Many heirloom tomatoes come from local farms and gardens, so a farmers’ market will give you the best variety for this easy summer salad.
This chickpea salad is a nice change from a green salad.. I typically make a green salad to go with dinner each night and sometimes like to change it up a bit. Make sure to choose tomatoes that are firm rather than overripe for this recipe.