Category Archive: Asian

Fresh Spring Roll Wraps / Gluten Free

Spring Rolls
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One of my favorite summertime lunches is Vietnamese Spring Rolls. They are so refreshing and light because they are not fried. I love the colorful, crunchy fresh vegetables all wrapped up inside a rice paper wrap! They are so easy to make at home and you can use whatever vegetables you happen to have in …

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Thai Slaw

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I never knew raw cabbage could taste this awesome! It only takes about 15 minutes of prep work and you will be rewarded with the most amazing crunchy, delicious, flavorful but yet healthy slaw. The Thai flavored sauce marries prepared salsa and natural peanut butter with just a touch of maple syrup, a tiny bit of …

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Baked Fish with Soy-Sesame Drizzle

Baked Fish with Soy-Sesame Drizzle

It’s time to lighten up and enjoy a fish meal! One of my favorite fool proof ways to cook fish comes from chef and cookbook author Pam Anderson. It’s all done in the oven and you don’t even have to turn the fish. No preheating the oven either - sounds crazy but trust me when I tell …

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Spicy Coconut Shrimp Stew

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Last week I made that “lick your plate clean” amazing Malaysian Lime Coconut Halibut recipe which left me with an open partially used can of light coconut milk. I had seen a recipe in Perfect One – Dish Dinners that called for light coconut milk and since it made 8 servings I simply cut the …

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Malaysian Lime-Coconut Halibut

Malaysian Lime Coconut Swordfish

Seafood is something that use to intimidate me – when it comes to cooking it, that is. Like most things in life the more you do it, the better you get! I no longer fear cooking fish. My son David told me I’m fearless when it comes to trying new recipes. Well I don’t know about …

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