I’m going to try and start blogging about the yummy dishes we make at home. Yesterday I made an asian noodle salad (inspired by a Guy Fieri recipe) and baked salmon.
The salad consisted of soba noodles (made of buckwheat), napa cabbage, red bell peppers, carrots, celery, cilantro, soy sauce, olive oil, hoisin, sriracha, sesame oil, lemon juice, slivered almonds, sesame seeds, and rice wine vinegar. Really good. I thought salmon would go well with this kind of dish, as it usually fits well with asian inspired meals. All I did was put a little salt, pepper, and olive oil on the salmon and bake it in the oven at 375 for about 25 minutes. The entire dish came together really well…AND we have noodle salad left over to eat with our hot dogs (organic turkey) tonight.
I won’t blog about tonight’s dinner because honestly how much can you say about hot dogs? They’ll be on whole wheat buns and be topped with veggie chili and slaw I picked up from Cincy’s today.