We love salads in our household and try to be as creative as possible.
The hardest thing is the “dressing” you can be creative I. Vegetables but the dressing is a challenge.
One of my favorites and easiest is my Asian Dressing.
All you need is 3 ingredients soy sauce, vinegar and sesame oil.
Mix equal parts of each and enjoy it with any kind of salad. I often use shredded cabbages ( regular, red, bok choy) and shredded carrot.
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup vinegar
1/2 cup sesame oil
I often add Sesame seeds with the dressing to add a nice crunchy twist to it.
Here’s Making Life Memorable
I hope you enjoyed last weeks series of posts about how you can plan your child’s next birthday with my simple tips.
I still have so much more to add to the theme that I’ve decided to have a follow-up series with more details to birthday planning.
I’ll be posting my best recipes that are great to cook ahead of time so you can be free the day of the birthday to do your last minute setup, decorating and socializing with other parents.
On Saturday I posted the best ButterCream frosting in the whole wide world! It’s fail proof and you can store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.
Stay tuned for my Vanilla Cake and Chocolate Fudge cake. Both are mild in sweetness and go perfectly with the ButterCream frosting.
I’ll also share a few of my signature savory dishes like “Easy Cheesy Pasta bake” and my famous “Pasta in Pink Sauce.”
Creamy potato Salad and my favorite Asian Salad dressing that’s perfect for any type of green salad.
Finally I’ll also share my freezer friendly Chicken strips and meatballs. I usually prepare loads of these recipes since they’re perfect for lunchbox, quick dinners and impromptu play date meals.
The important thing to always remember is that you’re “making life memorable” with all your special moments and food is an accessory to that!