Ginger Garlic Noodle Soup

One of my kids and I both love soup a lot, so I make a lot of soup and I’m always looking for new soup recipes. I especially love Asian soups because they tend to have so much flavor in the broth. I’ve got a bunch of Asian noodles sitting in my pantry so IContinue reading “Ginger Garlic Noodle Soup”

Thai Red Curry Tofu

Thai red curry tofu is a quick, easy and healthy dinner you can make in about 30 minutes. The store bought red curry paste adds tons of flavor with basically no effort. You can use the Thai Kitchen red curry paste they sell at most grocery stores in the Asian section, or you can useContinue reading “Thai Red Curry Tofu”

Salt and Pepper Tofu

I love pretty much any salt and pepper seafood dish. The combo of salt, Sichuan pepper, hot peppers and herbs is so good. This salt and pepper tofu from Wok of Life is equally delicious. Where do you all stand on tofu? Personally I absolutely love it. It is so amazingly versatile and it soaksContinue reading “Salt and Pepper Tofu”

Budae Jjigae – Korean Army Stew

Like many delicious foods, budae jjigae is a fusion dish of two different cultures. Born out of hard times, the soup came to be in a time of food scarcity after the Korean war. Items from American military bases like Spam, hot dogs, and baked beans were added to Korean soup, noodles, rice cakes andContinue reading “Budae Jjigae – Korean Army Stew”

Marinated Tofu and Spring Roll Bun Chay

Bun Chay is a Vietnamese rice noodle salad, with lots of fresh herbs and veggies, topped with delicious Nuoc cham. Nuoc cham is a sauce made from lime, chilies, lemongrass, and garlic. It is a little bit sour, sweet and spicy and it compliments the savory tofu and spring rolls perfectly. This is one ofContinue reading “Marinated Tofu and Spring Roll Bun Chay”

Beef Sukiyaki

I fell in love with this dish at a Japanese restaurant way back in college, and I love making it at home because its fairly quick and easy but also super satisfying and filling. The broth is meaty and savory and a little sweet, topped with noodles, tofu, steak and veggies. I used Korean sweetContinue reading “Beef Sukiyaki”