This gem comes from the Food Network Kitchens. It's simple, very quick to prepare and has the authentic flavors of Thai cooking. I hope you enjoy this simple, flavorful soup!
*For the lemongrass stalk: Remove the tough outer layers of the lemongrass stalk (usually 2 or 3 pieces) ; cut off the root end; place your knife flat against the root end and trim stalk; slice the stalk starting at the bottom and moving up until it becomes too tough and woody.*
Authentic and addictive. These work great as an appetizer for an Asian meal. The beet turns the noodles a beautiful pink color. *Note - You might want to wear kitchen gloves when you cut up the beet so your hands don't get stained!
This recipe, created in the Food Network kitchens, has become a family favorite. The pork is so tender, the sugar snap peas so crisp and the Asian flavors are so wonderful. We love everything about it! Serve it with rice and you really could have a complete meal!
An easy version. Feel free to add some extra veggies, or sub another protein for the shrimp. This recipes lends itself to easily adjusting ingredients to your liking. Enjoy! Note: This will serve 2 as a main course or 4 as a side dish.
I found this recipe at recipegoldmine and then adapted it slightly. We love pad thai. Especially with chicken AND shrimp! I did change the sauce recipe they had posted with one of my favorite combinations. I hope you enjoy!
I adapted this from another recipe for grilled asparagus. The grill was out of gas, so I decided to try using the oven. I modified the seasonings to reflect my desire to cut the fat content. My company, family and I all loved the results. Enjoy!
This was part of a recipe for tilapia tacos. I've tweaked it a bit and now make it as a side dish, not just as part of the taco. The last time I made it, I doubled everything and added small, thin strips of red bell pepper and about a handful of snow pea-pods, cut into thirds.