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Singapore Rice Noodles with Shrimp (Singapore Mai Fun)

Singapore Rice Noodles with Shrimp (Singapore Mai Fun) // wishfulchef.com
There are days when I really have no clue what to cook for dinner and I end up ordering takeout. Hey…I live in NYC! Singapore Rice Noodles with Shrimp (Singapore Mai Fun) // wishfulchef.com One of my favorite Chinese takeout dishes is Singapore Rice Noodles, a dish seasoned with curry, soy sauce and veggies. I love the aromatic flavors and the hint of spice. So if you’re having a lazy day like me, try this recipe out. There’s a bit of prep work involved, but once everything is prepared, the stir-frying should go smoothly.
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Almond Crusted Salmon Sticks – A Healthy Snack in 20 Minutes

Almond Crusted Salmon Sticks   A Healthy Snack in 20 Minutes // wishfulchef.comWe all know how healthy salmon is. Loaded with omega 3 fatty acids, salmon is a staple for many health conscious eaters. I always love to find ways to incorporate super foods like salmon into my diet (think leafy greens in green smoothies). You’ll absolutely love this latest creation: baked salmon sticks covered in a delicious ground almond crust.
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Easy Coconut Soup with Shrimp

Easy Coconut Soup with Shrimp // wishfulchef.comIf you’re feeling a bit under the weather like so many people this time of year, a comforting hot soup always helps. I usually make a simple chicken noodle soup, but wanted to try something new. I ended up with a creamy coconut soup, similar to the Thai classic Tom Ka Gai. So if you’ve always wanted to taste this iconic Thai dish, try out this quick alternative!
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Sardine Gratin with Collard Greens

Sardine Gratin with Collard Greens // wishfulchef.comCanned sardines are always my go-to ingredient if I need to whip up something quick to eat. They’re packed with omega-3 fatty acids and can easily be made into a healthy weeknight dish. My usual recipe with canned sardines is a sardine and tomato pasta which I make almost every week. Another simple way to use canned sardines is baking them into a gratin. Vitamin-packed collard greens and crunchy breadcrumbs are added making this dish even more delicious and satisfying.
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Pad Thai Noodles – With Step-by-Step Pictures

Pad Thai Noodles   With Step by Step Pictures // wishfulchef.comPad Thai is certainly among the most popular Thai dishes and it’s always been a favorite of mine. However, making this dish is actually a lot harder than it seems. As part of our new business venture, my husband and I have been making different versions of Pad Thai for the last few weeks. After much testing, tweaking, and of course eating, I think we came up with a pretty good take on this classic Thai stir-fry (he’s been to Thailand several times and agrees).
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Spicy Drunken Shrimp

Spicy Drunken Shrimp // wishfulchef.comWith St. Patrick’s Day around the corner, I decided to make something beer-inspired (of course!). When I cook with beer, I usually add beef or chicken, but this time I wanted to mix it up and use shrimp. Beer brings wonderful depth to a meal so if you have never cooked with it before, try this easy drunken shrimp recipe.
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Warm Potato Salad with Smoked Trout and Crispy Capers

Warm Potato Salad with Smoked Trout and Crispy Capers // wishfulchef.comThe other day I bought a pack of smoked trout, not really sure what I was going to make with it. I’ve never cooked with smoked trout before, only salmon. So I searched online for a basic recipe using what I had in my kitchen. What I found was a delicious warm potato salad I saw on myrecipes.com.
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