A deliciously quick weeknight meal that packs plenty of punch. Easily adapt the recipe with ground beef or ground chicken, or try it with 50/50 coleslaw and broccoli slaw. The original recipe is listed for Whole30 or paleo diet, so follow the link below if you're not sure which ingredients need to be substituted. Prep... Continue Reading →
Another variation of Instant Pot chicken wings that the whole family enjoyed. We did opt for the step to marinade the wings for a bit. Great flavor!
Our entire family enjoyed this easy recipe! Flat iron steak is the second most tender cut behind tenderloin — perfect for slicing and absorbing the delicious sauce.
This is a great option when you want a healthier side dish. If you're one that truly misses your rice, this is perfect if you pair with grill meats so you can enjoy the flavors together.
A copycat recipe of the popular PF Chang's Mongolian Beef with peppers and ramen noodles. So simple to make and so delicious, you'll want to forget about takeout!
Similar to American potato salad, this one's dressing is mayonnaise-based, but the Korean version sometimes uses julienned rather than chunked potatoes and also contains carrots, peas, scallions and chives. It’s far from conventional and far from bland.
For this basic bulgogi recipe, cutting the meat into very thin strips allows it to absorb the hot-sweet-salty marinade in minutes, not hours.
A very tasty and healthy fried rice. We used brown rice, and opted for just a bit more vegetables than the original recipe. ingredients 1 lb boneless beef top sirloin steak 1 in. cube peeled fresh gingerroot, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, pressed 1 medium carrot, peeled and cut into julienne strips 2 tsp sesame... Continue Reading →