Thai Beef with Coconut Milk Rice

Thai Beef with Coconut Milk Rice

This is one of the simplest Thai recipes to make at home with no fancy ingredients required! You can easily find everything you need in your favorite market. If you’re not sure about liking Thai food then this is a good introductory recipe, as long as you’re ok with spicy hot food. My finicky family… 

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Chinese Sesame Salmon

Chinese Sesame Salmon

Baked salmon smothered in a sticky Chinese sesame sauce, the very same sauce that’s on sesame chicken. The sweet and savory sauce works just as well, if not better, with salmon. The sauce is made stove top and doesn’t go on until after the salmon is baked. It’s made by simmering honey, soy or tamari… 

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Thai Noodle Salad with Grilled Chicken

Thai Noodle Salad with Grilled Chicken

Noodles tossed with a colorful mix of sautéed veggies including fresh corn off the cob, sugar snap peas, roasted red peppers and carrots. They get all dressed up in a spicy coconut milk and lime dressing. You can eat it as is or top with grilled chicken or even shrimp for a fresh and delicious… 

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Baked Sweet & Sour Chinese Chicken

Baked Sweet & Sour Chicken

Chinese-style chicken with pineapple chunks and red bell pepper tossed in a sticky sweet & sour pan sauce and served over rice. The chicken is baked instead of fried, a trade-off that makes it easier, less messy and a lot quicker without sacrificing on taste. This is restaurant quality, if not better. When I order… 

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Chinese Cashew Chicken

Chinese Cashew Chicken

Pan-fried chicken, snow peas and cashews in a ginger-garlic sauce served over rice noodles. I wouldn’t touch Chinese food, not even with a ten foot pole until I was in my early twenties. Even then it was a slow progression that started with fried rice. It was safe to eat because the picky eater in… 

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P.F. Chang’s Mongolian Beef Copycat Recipe

Mongolian Beef Copycat

Sliced flank steak and green onions with a sweet and savory glaze served over rice with steamed broccoli. A copycat recipe for the much loved P.F. Chang’s Mongolian Beef. This is proof that a few simple ingredients, as long as they’re the right ones, can join together to make something utterly delicious. The sauce comes… 

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