Wasabi Soy Pumpkin Seeds
Instead of reaching for the bag of potato chips, try making this healthy snack instead. You can use the seeds of a fresh pumpkin for this recipe, but it may be easier just to buy pumpkin seeds at the grocery store. If you don't want too much heat, you can use less wasabi. Try making these Cajun Barbecue Pumpkin Seeds also. Click here to see The 12 Days of Pumpkin Story plus more recipes.
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Cucumber Salad with Vinegar-Soy Dressing
To be honest, I’ve never really liked cucumbers — until now. This light salad is both refreshing and flavorful, and makes the perfect side dish for dinner. The vinegar provides just enough kick to keep you reaching back for more, and the soy keeps blandness at bay. It can be made in less than 10 minutes, so there’s no excuse not to try it! Click here to see 6 Cool and Creative Ways to Use Cucumber.
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Skirt Steak
Making cheap steak tender and delicious is easy to do — all you need to have is the right marinade. This Asian-inspired dish will cause your budget-friendly skirt steak to melt in your mouth.This recipe is courtesy of Morton Salt.
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The useful thing about this dressing is that it doesn't only have to be using as a dressing. It can also be served alongside satays or potstickers as a dipping sauce. Or you can baste shrimp or other proteins and vegetables on the grill with this for a hint of sweetness and tang on your barbecued foods. The uses are many and what's best is its easy to make! 
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Easy to make and good for you, these soy nut clusters will win you over as soon as you pop one in your mouth. 
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Green Beans with Ginger & Soy
The tiniest drizzle of nutty sesame oil is all it takes to transform these beans into something really special. Just make sure you are using toasted sesame oil, as regular sesame oil has no flavor. Supermarkets typically stock small bottles of the mahogany brown oil next to the soy sauce or in the Asian or international foods sections.  
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Halibut Cheeks
Since fish cheeks are the best part of the fish, and halibut's flavor is so light, you hardly have to do anything to make it taste good. In this recipe, a quick poach in a soy sauce-based mixture is all it takes to whip up a quick dish. Check out more Healthy and Hearty Halibut Recipes.
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Banana Cocoa Soy Smoothie Recipe
With tofu, soy, and bananas, this smoothie recipe is a delicious, easy source of protein.This recipe is courtesy of Eating Well.
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Ginger-Soy Steamed Fish
A popular technique in Cantonese cooking, steaming is a delicious and healthy way of preparing fish and it keeps the meat flavorful and moist. I enjoy serving this simplistic dish family-style. Click here to see The Ultimate Chinese New Year Dinner.
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Soy-Free Vegan Mac and Cheese
A quick and easy vegan mac and cheese that doesn't use tofu — or fat! Miso can have soy in it, so be careful when selecting your miso if you have an allergy or dietary need (chickpea miso is soy-free!). See all mac and cheese recipes.
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Ginger-Soy Noodles
Sometimes you have a craving that just won’t go away. Mine is usually for noodles. Chow fun, lo mein, pad thai — I love them all. This recipe is cheap, fast, and totally satisfying. The ginger provides the flavor, and the spinach keeps it healthy. To be honest, these noodles make me wonder why I ever order in, as they take the same amount of time to make as delivery from my local Chinese joint. With this recipe, you'll get enough to feed a small army, or just two really hungry folks. Click here to see 5 Slurptastic Noodle Recipes.
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 Asparagus with Soy Asian Vinaigrette
 Spring asparagus melds with a little Asian flair in this recipe to create a healthy and delcious side dish. Traditionally, I've always used chives in this recipe, but I've substituted them with onion grass, simply because I have a ton of it freely growing in my back yard. While the flavor is a bit different, both work equally well. So if you don’t have a ton of onion grass near where you live, or if you aren’t sure of the soil quality, then swap out the wild onions with some store bought or garden grown chives.
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