I grew up in an Italian/French household and pasta and dessert were staples. I really love both but as we know they can pile on the pounds. When I can, I try to subsititute healthier ingredients. Spaghetti Squash is really easy to use in just about any dish in place of pasta. A word of advice the trick is to make sure you cook spaghetti squash ompletely before breaking into strands.
The addition of the bok choy and zucchini not only makes this dish healthier but also satisfying.
I prefer it hot but is also great cold.
I love Chinese cuisine and have been experimenting with using tofu instead of animal products in some traditional dishes. This recipe was inspired by the lettuce wraps from PF Changs but I added my own touch and ingredients that vary from the original. Plus, this dish serves as a main entree rather than an appetizer.
The taste is tangy, a little bit sweet with undertones of spicy goodness.
I love broccoli and this crispy variety is so satisfying! It is great paired with the sauce and Israeli Couscous and is also perfect as an entire meal when you add simple sliced tomatoes or a side salad.
Because of the frying, this dish is more satisfying. A note, make sure your oil is hot before adding the broccoli so it doesn’t absorb too much grease and also completely dry so the grease does not splash.