Bok choy stir-fry is a staple vegetable recipe in China. This ginger miso bok choy stir-fry has a nutty and earthy taste. The perfectly cooked bok choy is crunchy and juicy. It’s simple, tasty, and easy to make with a few ingredients.
Do you feel a bit overwhelmed by the huge selection of greens to choose from in the produce aisle at Asian grocery stores. Especially the large variety of bok choy. Shanghai bok choy, baby bok choy, AA choy, milk bok choy (the kind I used in this recipe), etc. The list goes on and on. However, the bottom line is, they are all fantastic tasty leafy greens for your table.
This chive oil glass noodle kale salad is light and refreshing. The chive oil gives the salad strong and robust flavors. If you’re looking for something that is not pungent and spicy, this is a perfect simple and fresh salad for you. Continue reading →
This vegan buffalo tofu burrito bowl is comprised of tangy and crispy roasted tofu, veggies, and brown rice. It’s the best choice for a healthier, easy-to-make, whole-grain, and gluten-free lunch bowl that you can take to work or on a road trip. Continue reading →
This homemade 5-ingredient dark chocolate peanut butter goes way beyond being just a healthy energy boost snack. It’s sugar-free, low carb, and high in protein and fat. Scoop up a generous glob with a slice of apple. No guilt! Continue reading →
This gluten-free and vegan banana gingerbread bundt coffee cake is moist and soft, especially when it’s freshly baked. It’s absolutely the perfect festive coffee cake to serve at your party. Continue reading →