One Pot Shrimp and Udon Bowls

One Pot Shrimp and Udon Noodle Bowls // @HealthyDelish

The other day, I asked fans of the Healthy. Delicious. facebook page what their biggest obstacle to getting a healthy dinner on the table is. An overwhelming majority of people said they just didn’t have the time and energy to cook. The next most popular answer was that they didn’t want to wash a ton […]

Miso Salmon with Green Tea Broth #RecipeRedux

Miso Glazed Salmon with Green Tea-Ginger Broth // @HealthyDelish

I posted a coffee recipe yesterday, but today is all about tea! For this month’s Recipe Redux, we were challenged to make a healthy recipe inspired by tea. I had a few ideas for this, including a cardamom-tea ice cream that I definitely want to try soon, but I kept coming back to the idea […]

Spicy Broccoli Sauté

Spicy Broccoli Saute is suach an easy side dish – on the table in under 20 minutes! // @HealthyDelish

Tender-crisp broccoli cooked in spicy chili sauce and tossed with crunchy almonds, rice noodles, and sesame sticks can be on the table in under 20 minutes! This easy side dish goes with pretty much anything, from grilled flank steak or baked chicken thighs. As I mentioned the other day when I shared my recipe for […]

Gingery Tofu Summer Rolls

tofu summer rolls-2

I’ve seen a new trend popping up over the last summer or two: summer roll parties! I have to admit, I kind of love it. Summer rolls are pretty much the perfect food when it’s insufferably hot out – they’re cool, crisp, and filled with watery vegetables and fresh herbs. Since they’re eaten at room temperature the fillings can all be made ahead, which mean you can actually spend time with your guests instead of in the kitchen.

Spicy Korean Tacos with Kimchi

spicy korean tacos

spicy korean tacos

Albany is so far behind the times when it comes to food trends. I think the FroYo trend finally hit its peak here this summer – what, five years late? Food trucks are just starting to gain popularity, but there are still no Korean tacos in sight. At the going rate, I figure we still have two years or so before they start making an appearance. (Korean in general is tricky to find, although there is a decent place to get bi bim bap.)

Luckily I’m pretty good at reverse engineering the flavors that I’ve had when I’ve visited other, more on-the-ball places. Sometimes I even get paid to do it. (Yup, this is another one of the recipes I put together for Old El Paso.)

Chicken Bacon Scallion Potstickers

chicken bacon scallion potstickers

chicken bacon scallion potstickers with dipping sauce