This is great as a main dish, or as an appetizer to share. Your guests will think you spent hours in the kitchen with all the complex flavors. And there are veggies added in, which make this a superstar dish in our minds. If serving as a main dish, this pairs great over zoodles, quinoa, cauli rice or brown rice. Adapted from www.ifodreal.com
We firmly believe that healthy and filling food, should not be lacking in the flavor department. It is amazing what some fresh herbs and spices can do to your cooking, without adding all the unwanted preservatives that most packaged foods use to bring the flavor. In this dish we are taking some Thai inspiration to create this delicious, nutritious and simple to prepare meal. While this may not be one you think of making out of the blue, trust us. Keeping it fresh in the kitchen is the best way to avoid food ruts and to keep it fun in the kitchen.