This salad is based off my all time favorite order at a little Vietnamese place we used to go to. It was our favorite spot for quick lunches when we lived in Calgary. I always got B8 off the menu which was a Saté chicken bun vermicelli dish.
Today’s recipe for Thai Green Curry comes to you by reader request. I love getting recipe requests, so if you’d ever like to see something in particular, be sure and let me know!
I can’t remember exactly when I first tasted curried chicken salad, but I was hooked from the first bite. It was so much more fun than the straight up classic, and it became something I looked for on restaurant menus. However I do remember the exact moment I knew I needed to finally make my own version.
This is another super easy sheet pan version of meal prep, like the Sheet Pan Fajita Meal Prep from a few weeks back. I love the concept of keeping meal prep ultra simple with just a few ingredients placed on a sheet pan, and baked. Today’s recipe celebrates the fact spring is finally here, and summer is on it’s lovely … Read More
Whenever I hear someone say ‘salads are so boring’ I’m always confused by this. I mean obviously they’re quite a bit different then let’s say… my One Pot Gluten Free Mac and Cheese. But they’re by no means boring – not even in the least!
Meal prepping is pretty revolutionary, and so are sheet pan dinners, so why not combine the 2!?! We’ve been meal prepping for a few years now, but only taking it seriously for the past year or so. I’ve written several posts about how we prep from week to week with recipe suggestions, and I’ll be sure to include them all … Read More
This is my favorite curry of all time, and I promise I’m not exaggerating. I love all curries from all types of cuisines, but this one has always had my heart. The inspiration for this one is based on #54 at our local Thai restaurant. They make a yellow curry enriched with just a hint of peanuts that will keep … Read More
It’s no secret I love to cook. I’m the type of person who relaxes after a long day by spending time in the kitchen, I just find it ultimately soothing. However having said all that, there’s days where cooking dinner is just one more thing to cross off the list that’s adding stress to an over packed day.
We’re ushering in the new year with lots of fresh flavors. I just can’t help it after this many months of winter, but I feel the need for fresh veggies and some grilling. Don’t worry though, if you’re not into grilling during an arctic blizzard, you can always cook this recipe on the stove top.