Instructions: Shake well. Refrigerate after opening. Foods represented or purported to be for use by infants, children less than 4 years of age, pregnant women, or lactating women shall use the RDI's that are specified for the intended group provided by the FDA. And the reducing calories area bonus! It can be used as a salad dressing--particularly good on an Asian-style chopped salad with different kinds of cabbages. It also works as a very tasty marinade for chicken, pork or beef whether grilling, broiling or stir-frying.
Simple to prep and perfect for drizzling on a soba noodle salad, spinach salad, or crunchy cabbage slaw. A good vinaigrette gives life to a salad, and this Asian inspired dressing is going to bring a whole lot of flavor to whatever you drizzle it on! Tangy rice vinegar, sweet honey, savory soy sauce, and a hint of sesame oil all work together to give a distinctively Asian flavor to your salad. Kind of scary.
Busy busy busy busy bzzzzz. Juggling work deadlines and freelance projects, yoga class and happy hour, dinners with friends and family. Feeling busy can be overwhelming at times, but I feel unusually energized by my full calendar. My friend Grace ordered an appetizer of sliced cucumbers smothered in a delicious sesame-ginger sauce. They paired wonderfully together.
This Minute Sesame Noodles recipe is quick and easy to make and can be served warm or cold. This was actually one of the very first recipes that I shared on the blog way back in , and it has been one of my back-pocket, most-used, and most-loved recipes ever since. So no chopping required! It works goes well as a side dish with just about anything, or can also be gussied up with extra veggies or proteins to make it a main.