Once in a while the Food Matters Project really opens my eyes to a new method of cooking or a new (to me) method to prepare food. This dish is one of them and I can see myself making these often when we cook Asian inspired dishes (which is all the time).
They come together easily and you could get creative with the drizzle. I added a bit of cilantro to the edamame batter for a fresh herb flavor and a couple small drops of chili oil to the drizzle to to spice it up.
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I love Asian influenced dishes.
I love fresh ingredients and healthier options.
I love dipping sauces.
This dish is obviously perfect to me! I was going to make these Sunday, but we were insanely hungover after my amazing bff’s (you might know her) engagement day/evening/all night party at the W in Ft. Lauderdale. Instead we were craving heartier things like these eggrolls that I am super jealous Sarah made.
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Yesterday we kicked off the 4th of July week with the most American event possible, a baseball game at the new Marlin’s Stadium. It was our first time at the stadium (terrible…we are only 2 miles from it) and we partied at the Clevelander with some good family friends. Such an awesome day!
These adorable tea sandwiches were the perfect snack after the game, so simple but packed with flavor.
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You know you have become more domestic than usual when late Sunday rolls around, you need to cook for this weeks Food Matters Project hosted by Nicole at The Giving Table, and you just happen to have everything needed for the recipe at home already. Love it!
This Savory Tomato Crisp is a really simple recipe that would be a perfect (and impressive!) side dish to bring to any of your summer BBQ’s or parties.
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