Spice up your next meal with an Asian flare. Try these quick and easy green beans. Click here to see 10 Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes
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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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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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If you want a dressing that has a kick and is sprightly, you've met your match! This goes well with a number of dishes, particularly on slaws or tossed with fruit salads for an unexpected twist and burst of flavor! 
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For this Thanksgiving, make this salad. With hints of cranberry and sesame, it gives off the perfect amount of sweetness.  Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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Ahi Tuna Stack
Learn how to make our famous Salt Creek Grille Princeton ahi tuna stack with avocado and ginger soy sauce right in your own kitchen! Click Here to See More Ahi Tuna Recipes
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Brown Gravy
Gravy isn't confined just to carnivores — try this vegan recipe based on soy sauce, nutritional yeast, and vegetable broth. It's quick, easy, and delicious with this Hippie Loaf.
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Easy Green Bean Casserole
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A holiday favorite tastes even better when you use savory Portobello mushroom soup. It adds fantastic flavor to this crunchy, creamy, and delicious side! This recipe comes from Campbell’s Kitchen.Click Here to See More Casserole Recipes
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Kimchi Bokkeumbab (Kimchi Fried Rice)
Hugh Jackman provided me some inspiration for tonight's dinner, Ginger Fried Rice Korean-style, a dish he apparently loves according to People magazine (but I'm thinking the wife would probably had benefited from some kind of soup for her sudden sickness). When he was younger, his father used to do a lot of business in Korea so he was exposed to the food and fell in love with it. Enough so to become a goodwill ambassador for Seoul and a fan-favorite in Korea. Anyways, I found this article in People today and decided to change it up a little bit (adding scrambled eggs and Korea's staple food kimchi). The family loved it along with a bean sprout banchan side dish that I prepared for them. The recipe provided is my version of this delicious recipe.  This and other recipes can be found at www.oliviajasonkim.com. ^^
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Sweet Broiled Salmon
This is a fast, fresh, and easy recipe for parents to make at home for dinner, and then "makeover" the leftovers for a school lunch the next day by adding the salmon to sliced cucumber and topping with sesame seeds — it’s even a great idea to let your children sprinkle the sesame seeds on the salmon, so they can feel they were part of the process and be more likely to eat what "they" made. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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Ponzu Sauce
Ponzu is one sauce I see completely bastardized all over the Internet and in Japanese cookbooks. Traditionally, it was made from the juice of daidai (a bitter orange similar to Seville orange), not yuzu or vinegar (as many recipes say). Ponzu also usually has some dashi splashed in, but farmers are most likely skip that unless they happen to have some handy. Farmers also like a strong salty flavor, since they work hard in the fields before sitting down to dinner. See all sauce recipes. Click here to see the Gyu Tataki Recipe.
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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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