Closeup of Sweet & Spicy Butternut Squash Noodles topped with sesame seeds and green onions in a black bowl on a black slate table

Sweet & Spicy Butternut Squash Noodles

Super simple and ready in a snap, these Sweet & Spicy Butternut Squash Noodles are an excellent dish to whip up for lunch or a weeknight dinner. These noodles are so full of flavor and are a lower carb version of traditional noodles. I used packaged butternut squash noodles, but you can also

Sesame Kale Spring Rolls in a white and beige bowl with sauce on the side and wooden chopsticks

Sesame Kale Spring Rolls

These Sesame Kale Spring Rolls are a healthy plant-based meal made with gluten-free rice paper wrappers, japchae noodles, sesame kale, and a cabbage-carrot coleslaw. Serve these for lunch or dinner with homemade sweet and sour sauce or soy sauce.

Honey Sesame Chicken and Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts

Gluten-Free Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts & No-Fry Honey-Sesame Chicken

One is spicy and savory, the other sweet and savory, both are delicious! These Gluten-Free Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts & No-Fry Honey-Sesame Chicken recipes pair perfectly together for a complete meal along with some white rice or make them on

Pork Chop Tonkatsu

Gluten-Free Baked Tonkatsu

Tonkatsu is a Japanese panko-breaded and fried pork chop that is served with a sauce by the same name. This Gluten-Free Baked Tonkatsu is my own version of this classic dish, but with a twist. It’s baked, not deep fried, and the sauce is

Miso Salmon and Cauliflower Rice

Miso Ginger Glazed Salmon & Sesame Ginger Cauliflower Fried Rice

The fragrance and spice of ginger, the salty sweetness of sweet soy sauce, and the ever-so-flavorful hint of sesame oil combine in these two dishes to create a delicious meal. First up is Miso Ginger Glazed Salmon, a ridiculously simple main dish that bathes in marinade and broils to perfection in

Gluten Free Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Bowls & Crispy Sesame Chicken Tenders

Gluten-Free Grilled Chicken Teriyaki Bowls & Crispy Sesame Chicken Tenders

Today I’m bringing you chicken two ways! They have nothing in common in terms of texture – one is crispy, the other is tender; or in terms of presentation – one is in the form of tenders and the other in a bowl with veggies and rice; or in terms of