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IG Thai Steak Salad

Thai Beef Salad

Ordering a Thai salad at the restaurant will be a thing of the past once you’ve tasted our deceptively easy depiction at home!  Thinly sliced meat, crunchy fresh vegetables and the heady aroma of mint and cilantro tossed with salty-sweet, slight-heat dressing seem made for hot days and nights.

Fried Caulirice

Fried Caulirice

Fried rice, outright comfort food, just got even better! One of the secrets of fried rice is that the ingredients are cooked separately — helping them maintain their distinct flavours — and then combined in the final stages of cooking. There is enough protein from the egg and edamame for this recipe to serve as an adequate meal.

General Tso Chicken Fingers

General Tso’s Chicken Fingers

General Tso’s Chicken is a favourite Chinese takeout dish. Feel good about putting our homespun plate on the table. The only thing missing from our baked chicken fingers smothered in zingy sauce is excess calories… treat you and yours anytime!

Baked Miso Salmon

Miso Baked Salmon

Fork over maximum flavour in 20 minutes with miso salmon. White, yellow or red miso all impart umami taste and full body the same way sun dried tomatoes, dried mushrooms, parmesan cheese, nutritional yeast or toasted walnuts might. It’s worthy addition to your asian flavour repertoire considering it’s affordability, convenience and health benefits.

Tofries

Tofries

This recipe may just be the gateway to tofu you weren’t looking for! Tofu is a readily available, economical plant protein source. Forks are optional with these finger-lickin’ sticks.

edamame miso hummus

Edamame Miso Hummus

The green soy bean with a fancy name has a subtle buttery texture and nutty flavour. Our dip is as ridiculously easy to make as it is to impress!

Beef & Greens Frizzle

Beef & Greens Frizzle

Save yourself from take-away Chinese food in a white carton with this superb alternative.

Potsticker Burgers

Potsticker Burgers

Homemade potsticker filling is easy to make and tastes a bazillion times better than store-bought! Here we convert the appetizer dumpling into a versatile meal suited to every food plan.

Dan dan noodles

Dan Dan Noodles

Enjoy a popular Chinese street food at home!  Dan Dan is a pole carried over the shoulder with two baskets attached at either end. Walking street vendors who sold the dish to passers-by carried noodles in one basket and sauce in the other. We added vegetables to this classic Sichuan dish for a one-bowl meal.

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