Looking to find a speedy and convenient meal that's also gourmet? Then turn to quick-cooking scallops left over from last night's meal. Use wheat-free tamari (a type of soy sauce), honey, and red pepper flakes to create an irresistible, fragrant glaze. Serve it in a large bowl heaped with brown rice and sautéed greens for a nouveau Asian rice bowl. Want the recipe? Then be sure to keep on reading.
Chances are you've spent the past week trying to eat healthy. To encourage you to continue down this path, I thought I'd share my favorite tofu recipe. It's a simple pan-fried tofu with a rich, flavorful, Asian-inspired sauce. Sliced green onions and sesame seeds finish off the dish, while providing a much-needed crunch. Even if you've never made tofu, give this recipe a try; it's totally uncomplicated. Tofu is like chicken in the sense that it takes on the flavor of the surrounding ingredients. Thus, the sauce, a mixture of peanut butter, soy sauce, and rice vinegar, is key. Serve with brown rice, broccoli, or noodles. Get the recipe to this vegetarian dinner option, after the break.