In North Africa, cooks have long relied on this garlicky chile paste to lend depth to cooked meats and vegetables. It's incredibly dependable in its ability to liven up foods—we use it in all sorts of ways, from serving alongside crudités to rubbing grilled meats to topping falafel. This recipe is based on one in A Mediterranean Feast by Clifford Wright (William Morrow, 1999).
Mama Kim’s Gochujang Sauce Ingredients Gochujang – 3 TBSP Doenjang – 1 TBSP Rice Vinegar – 1 tsp Sesame Oil – ½ tsp Sugar – 3 TBSP Sesame Seeds – 1 tsp Scallions – 1 TBSP Instructions Mix all ingredients in a bowl with a whisk. If sauce is too thick, add more rice vinegar or splash of water. Keep sauce refrigerated after use.
Tender turkey meatballs take on Thai flavors! These Thai yellow curry turkey meatballs are broiled until golden and smothered in curry sauce and vegetables. Serve over cauliflower rice for a tasty Paleo or Whole30 meal!
Potato Salad Nicoise - This tasty and relaxed version of salad nicoise mixes green beans, potatoes, olives, and tomatoes with a lemony, anchovy spiked dressing. Add all the ingredients to the salad bowl, toss with the dressing, and dinner is served! | justalittlebitofbacon.com