In no more than 20 minutes the Po’ Boy sandwich will come straight from Louisiana and end up right on your plate. We made our Po-Boy shrimp-themed and flavored it with Cajun seasoning, Worchester sauce, and lemon juice.
When one thinks about Asian cuisine, condiments, spices, and aromas come to mind. The same is true of Korean cuisine. Take these fried octopus tentacles, for instance. You’re going to flavor them (and the salad) with soy sauce, ginger, star anise, mango sauce, hoisin sauce, and a lot of other flavoring goodies.
If you’re guessing these meatballs have a certain Asian touch, then you’re right. You’ll be using upgraded pork mince, one mixed with carrot, celery, bell pepper, and panko breadcrumbs. You’ll be serving these meatballs covered in a creamy mildly sweet tomato sauce. And what better side-dish for these guys than rice?
If you ever need a quick fix for the main course or a side dish for the meat, then you’d better have this page bookmarked. In no more than 20 minutes you can have this cheese sauce-flavored green bean and sweet corn right on your plate. An excellent idea would be to serve this with some lime and garnished with fresh parsley.
This vegetarian rich salad can also be consumed as a main course, too. It’s a low-fat low-cal mildly sweet and sour mixture of boiled green beans, vinegar-soaked red onion, cherry tomatoes, and panko. We made it even more interesting by flavoring it with soy sauce and serving it drizzled with lime juice.