Homemade beef stroganoff over potato noodles may sound like a complicated meal, but we promise it’s not. This recipe provides all the flavor of a gourmet meal and it is surprisingly simple to make. The layers of flavor from sautéing the onion, mushrooms, and garlic until the natural sweetness develops and the perfectly seared steak cubes simmered in a savory coconut milk-based sauce will satisfy your taste buds and comfort food desires.
This brothy soup is loaded to the brim with flavor, with the perfect amount of spice from ginger, garlic, red pepper, and green onion, a subtle tartness from the mirin, and a nice balance of earthy flavor from sautéed mushrooms and carrots, and toasted sesame oil. It is a hearty soup with a bounty of slurping noodles, vegetables, and protein simmered in a piping hot delicious and nutritious broth. Warning, this might just be one of the healthiest and tastiest noodle soups you’ve ever tried!
These Thai-style lettuce wraps are delicious and bursting with flavor—a perfect combination of sweet, salty, tangy, spicy, and crunchy. Often made with ground pork or chicken, lean, nutrient-dense yak meat makes a wonderful substitute in this dish. (Don’t be afraid of yak—they are closely related to cows, and have a similar flavor profile.) This recipe works great for a weeknight family dinner or a weekend meal when entertaining guests.
In many South American countries, chimichurri is as common as ketchup is in America. The condiment is used to marinate meat before cooking, to baste meat while cooking, or to serve on top after cooking. The fresh and zingy flavor goes well with a variety of cuts of meat, like ribeye, T-bone, or New York strip. It is also delicious with poultry, fish, tempeh, or tofu. The silky, beautiful flavor of chimichurri guarantees deliciousness no matter what type of protein it is served with, and it’s so easy to make at home!
This weeknight-friendly dish takes advantage of the Korean chili sauce gochujang, a sweet and spicy sauce that livens up anything it touches. If you like it extra spicy, go for the full amount of sriracha. The roasted bok choy is just tender, with some of the leaves remaining a little crunchy, for an addictive veggie side.