As I previously mentioned, this month I’m taking part in a Kitchen PLAY campaign called “30 Days of Family Health” that will highlight a variety of healthy recipes from the American Diabetes Association (ADA). You can learn about or purchase any of these healthy cookbooks online (Use code: KITCHEN2013 for a 25% discount on all books at the ADA online store through October 4, 2013).
Asian-inspired cuisine is a dinnertime staple in our home. Stir-fry recipes, soups, rice and noodle dishes are comforting, satisfying and full of ingredients that give you a lot of bang for your buck when it comes to flavor. I think we’ve all had variations of these dishes that are full of oil, but the truth is you only need a small amount of flavored oil to spice up Asian cuisine while keeping it healthy. While flipping through my second cookbook from the American Diabetes Association, Healthy Calendar Diabetic Cooking, I immediately landed on an Asian Beef Noodle Salad. It had all of the ingredients I love using; peanut butter, lime juice, mint, soy sauce, rice vinegar, toasted sesame oil… these are the flavors that make you forget about sugar and fat. [Read more...]Don't miss future updates from Savory Simple! Subscribe to new recipes by email. You can also follow me via RSS, Facebook and Twitter.