This cool cucumber salad is the perfect appetizer. It was a very simple dish, merely cucumbers tossed with a marinade of garlic, vinegar, soy sauce, and salt. What surprised me was how addictive such a simple dish could be.
Ready in 5 minutes or less. I know some Oi Muchims cucumber salad are pretty loaded with seasonings of garlic and green onions which is also good but this recipe has none of that but just some purple onions. You may remember my previous Korean Cucumber Salad recipe which uses soy sauce for a deeper flavor and just some green onions.
How does every season just fly by so fast every single time? I think that is my most favorite part of Fall. The crisp, cold, and clean air.
Try this recipe for an Asian-inspired marinated chicken! We loved it! I didn't have sesame oil so I just used a bit of olive oil and some sesame seeds. First impression, sweet; second, salty; third, spicy; fourth on, salty.
This refreshing Easy Asian Cucumber Salad recipe is perfect for summer! Crisp coins of cucumber with thin slices of pungent red onions and fresh herbs tossed in a silky, tangy umami packed sauce. This post was originally published in March
This Asian cucumber salad recipe is a perfect way to add a light, healthy dish to your spring and summer meals. The marinated cucumbers with just a little heat add interest without extra work. Today I spent more money at the grocery store than I have ever spent in my life.
This easy Asian Cucumber Salad is made with crunchy cucumber, onion, rice wine vinegar, and a few secret ingredients! An easy Cucumber Salad that takes only 10 minutes to make and is guaranteed to be a hit. Something I realized about myself while we were on vacation is I love hearing peoples stories.
This recipe for Asian cucumber salad is sliced cucumbers and colorful veggies tossed in a zesty sesame dressing. The perfect quick and easy side dish! Marinated cucumber salad is a cool and refreshing complement to almost any meal. This Asian style cucumber salad utilizes soy sauce and sesame oil to bring lots of flavor without a lot of work.
In China, cucumbers are considered the ideal foil for hot weather and hot food. Versions of this salad, pai huang gua, are served all over the country, sometimes spiked with dried chiles and Sichuan peppercorns for more dimensions of flavor. In Beijing, people buy whole chilled cucumbers from street vendors and munch them on the go, much as Americans become attached to their cups of iced coffee in summer.