Ginger Garlic Skillet Chicken

This quick and easy chicken dinner is so flavorful that you won’t even notice it lacks fat and calories. Ginger, garlic and tomatoes combine with honey, mango chutney and curry to give it a gently spicy sweet and sour vibe.

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Korean spiced beef and rice

This super quick and very easy beef recipe will be a welcome addition to your busy weeknight repertoire.  Ground beef is sauteed with garlic and spices, garnished with green onions and sesame seeds and served with rice.  It also makes a delicious filling for lettuce wraps. Read More


Mango-ginger chicken lettuce wraps

Quick, easy, healthy and versatile– what’s not to love about that?  Diced and spiced chicken is cooked with garlic, ginger, onions and peppers, then tossed with mango and cilantro for a tasty lettuce wrap filling.  It is equally nice in a tortilla wrap, over rice or tossed in a salad.  Try it with coconut rice for an escapist Caribbean vibe… Read More


Asian meatballs with pineapple and pea pods

Here is an appetizer recipe that will please just about everyone on your guest list.  Bursting with ginger, garlic, soy and cilantro, they are baked and then covered in a sweet and spicy sauce. They hold up well in a chafing dish and  are terrific when skewered with pineapple chunks and pea pods. If there happen to be any leftovers, they are delicious in a wrap for lunch the next day or over rice for dinner! Read More


Double Ginger Shortbread

 

It’s a chilly and wet October afternoon, with a hard-to-ignore sore throat and stuffy nose, so it’s time for yet another cup of hot tea… Yawn, snore,  bo–ring!  Wouldn’t that cup of ho- hum tea be a little more appealing with something to dunk into it?  Something with a subtle and complementary flavor, and sturdy enough to hold together when dunked?  Read More


Ginger-lime sandwich cookies– double the pleasure, double the yum!

If one cookie is good, of course two cookies are better,  and if you happen to  put something delicious in between the two, well, then  it might just become sublime…  An especially nice treat is a lime and ginger sandwich cookie.  A basic gingersnap cookie is the base, and it needs to be quite firm,  formed into a ball with a scoop so the cookies are of similar size, and flattened slightly for the best sandwich form (maximum frosting piling).  Fill with a good amount of buttercream frosting with lime zest and juice and there you are, one afternoon snack coming right up. Read More