This dish makes use of delicately flavored spring vegetables and bright sorrel and is a perfect compliment to a rich and buttery fish like halibut or salmon or even a poached egg. If I could get my hands on some nice meaty morel mushrooms, they would be great on top of this as well.
I love sesame chicken with broccoli, but the take-out version is fried and loaded with fat and calories. This recipe is a modification of a great recipe that I found on Woks of Life (which is a great cooking blog BTW). The chicken is baked instead of fried, and the results are incredible. I’ve added lots of fresh broccoli to up the veggie quotient. Serve with brown or white jasmine rice and you have a healthy meal.
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This is a great entree salad that can be made with what you have on hand. However, it’s so good that I often will buy ingredients specifically to use in this salad.
The dressing is made with Tahini and Miso, a couple of long-lived staples that are always in my fridge. The salad ingredients can be a hodgepodge of fresh vegetables, and frozen or pantry items.