This is one of those “I can be anything you want me to be” recipes. Skip the teriyaki meatballs and it’s a wonderful Asian noodle salad; served hot, cold or in-between.
Or add the meatballs–the meatballs are a wonderful addition to the noodles and incorporate many of the same seasonings as the noodle dish. Put them in, or leave them out. I put them in because I had leftovers from yesterday.
I prefer the fresh flavor of this quickly assembled dressing. To save a few minutes, you could skip the last 7 ingredients and substitute with a bottled Asian dressing, such as Soy Vay Veri Teriyaki or Annie’s Asian Sesame Dressing, to taste.
Ahhh, 2016—feels like yesterday. Reflecting back to the good old days, one strong current that kept me off the beach was the Buddha Bowl trend. I’ve been composing bowls and plates filled with an assortment of nutritional goodness (usually a compilation of leftovers) well before the name was penned. But I was loathe to be trapped in the Buddha Bowl … Full recipe post »
You may be reading this after having completed the annual Turkey Trot in Ann Arbor or Detroit. (For those unfamiliar with this particular 5 or 10K run, it’s held every Thanksgiving— in Detroit, prior to the Thanksgiving Day Parade.) Pat yourself on the back; you deserve another piece of pie. More than likely, however, your race course has … Full recipe post »
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