I'm always looking for easy dinners that are tasty and fresh. Stir-fries are the perfect candidate for such a meal and this weekend, I pulled out the wok to make a simple shrimp and rice noodle dish. The shrimp required the most prep since I had to devein them. However, once all of the ingredients are prepped in individual bowls, the cook time is really fast. In under 15 minutes, I had an exceptionally delicious dinner. The mild sauce combines soy sauce, fish sauce, brown sugar, and lime juice — creating a perfectly light Spring dinner. Skip takeout tonight and keep reading for the recipe.
Bun Thit Nuong
Vietnamese rice vermicelli noodles served with among other things: fresh vegetables, mint, fish sauce, and grilled, barbequed pork. The noodles are cold and the sauce/pork are hot, making it an ideal dish for summer.
I don't understand people who say they don't like fish. There are so many different kinds that can be prepared in hundreds of various ways - it's hard for me to grasp why anyone would want to limit their dietary options and completely rule out fish. The first step to getting over a fear of fish is to realize that not all fish has a fishy smell. Start with lighter white fish fillets like talapia, petrole sole and halibut. Use one of these fishes for tonight's healthy, fast dinner: a delicious Indonesian inspired meal served on a bed of soft noodles. This fish practically makes itself as it poaches in the sauce and can be ready in 20 minutes. Sip a crisp Sauvignon Blanc while the fish cooks and dinner will be done before you know it. For the recipe, read more